April 14, 2009: Bruce Springsteen & Lily Allen
Twin Cities News:
-- The Crystal Method will be playing First Avenue in
-- TC Decider and Above The Fold review Black Kids and Mates of State at the Varsity Theater.
-- Video footage of the H.I.R.E. Minnesota Awareness Concert with Brother Ali, Maria Isa, & I Self Devine.
-- A small batch of $20 tickets have just been made available for Bruce Springsteen's May show at the Xcel Energy Center.
-- Mind Inversion reviews Dredg at the Varsity Theater.
-- The Washington City Paper has photos of Cloud Cult's show at the Black Cat.
-- The Big Get-Even profiles Chooglin'.
-- Culture Bully has reviews and photos of Dr. Dog and the Cave Singers at the 400 Bar & Natalie Portman's Shaved Head and Lily Allen at First Avenue. More Cowbell also reviews Lily Allen's show.
-- Pitchfork gives the new Prince CDs an average score of 4.6.
-- The Current hosted an in-studio performance by the English Beat.
have announced a series of June tour dates.
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise:Lily Allen steals hearts at First Ave
,Andrew Bird gets intimate at the Current studios
,MPR's The Local Show changes hands
&Bonar and Bird stun the State Theatre
Local Concert Highlights:
-- Kris Kristofferson @ Pantages Theatre
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-- Starfucker, Guidance Counselor & the Guystorm @ 7th St. Entry
Guidance Counselor: (MySpace)
The Guystorm: (MySpace)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- The Coast "Tightrope" (mp3)
-- Eagle and Talon "Bird That Breaks" (mp3)
-- Eagle and Talon "Dropped Dead" (mp3)
-- Foma "Seraphim Succubi" (mp3)
-- Greycoats "Goodbye Sweet Youth, Goodbye" (mp3)
-- Milke "Love Get Out of My Way" (mp3)
-- SOLDOUT "The Last Ride" (mp3)
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