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The Routes Of Indie Rock

We hope you've had an opportunity to peruse Adam Leith Gollner's Guide to Guidebooks, a breakdown of five notable travel books from Lonely Planet...

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We hope you've had an opportunity to peruse Adam Leith Gollner's Guide to Guidebooks, a breakdown of five notable travel books from Lonely Planet to City Secrets. That piece in mind, we just got wind of a new and exciting book from those German audiophiles over at Rockbuch. The forthcoming Indie Rock Travel Guide will be comprised of a number of bands' takes on their hometowns (or their favorite tour stops). What better way to see New York is there than through the eyes of The Rapture? How better to hop through Hoboken than at the feet of Sonic Youth? And who better to build your itinerary in Melbourne than Architecture in Helsinki.

Check out a longer list of bands/destinations at Pitchfork.
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