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Monday, April 26, 2010

New York musicians take center stage in WNYC's Greene Space today. Brooklyn-based rock band The National gives our audience a sneak preview of the upcoming album High Violet. Plus: Jackson Heights-born DJ Rob Swift puts his turntable wizardry on display. We watch his foray into hip hop and classical music during a live performance.


The National and Rob Swift

Rob Swift

The latest album from DJ Rob Swift, The Architect, sounds like a symphony orchestra conducted by Grandmaster Flash.

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The National

The National earned Best of the Year raves and new fans with Boxer, a 2007 album fueled by dizzying sonic arrangements and singer Matt Berninger's moody baritone.

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In the National’s League

Where do you place The National in the indie rock world? Tell Soundcheck.


Gig Alerts: Figeater

This wild, experimental, genre-hopping group will be playing tonight at Zebulon. Download their maniacal track "Crazy Lady."


Gig Alerts: Los Campesinos!

The U.K. indie rock collective play the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza tonight. Download their dense, emotional track "The Sea Is a Good Place to Think of the Future."


Gig Alerts: Amanda Blank

This party rapper will be appearing at the Keep A Breast Foundation benefit concert tonight at the Bell House. Download her upbeat track "Make It Take It."


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