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Lou Barlow releasing all-ukulele EP “Apocalypse Fetish”

Dinosaur Jr. bassist and all-around alt rock icon Lou Barlow is set to release an all-ukulele EP, Apocalypse Fetish, on October 28 via Joyful Noise. The title track is a commentary on humanity’s disappointment with this mad, bad world and our desire to bring the whole mess crashing down. The other four tracks are apolitical but “similarly "fired up," says Barlow
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