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April 23, 2009: Robyn Hitchcock & Mason Jennings

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Twin Cities News:

-- Motion City Soundtrack are heading back into the studio to record the follow-up to 2007's Even If It Kills Me. Blink 182's Mark Hoppus will be producing the album.

-- Prince has released a new video for "Crimson and Clover."

-- The Northern Light reviews Mason Jennings' University of Alaska show.

-- MN Daily interviews Mayda.

-- Bomb Chicago has a few photos of Dessa's performance at Reggie's in Chicago.

-- The UK's Glasswerk reviews P.O.S.'s Never Better.

-- How Was The Show has a review of Robyn Hitchcock's Varsity Theater show.

-- The Current is featuring a studio performance by Chairlift.

-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: Andrew Broder releases Spiraling for download & Mischke Mix - Wednesday, April 22.

Local Concert Highlights:

-- Backyard Tire Fire & Apparently Nothing @ 7th St. Entry

Backyard Tire Fire: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)

Apparently Nothing: (Official) (MySpace)

-- Seymore Saves The World & the David Harris Show @ Bryant Lake Bowl

Seymore Saves The World: (Official) (MySpace)

The David Harris Show: (Official)

Daily Audio Downloads:

-- Bowerbirds "In Our Talons" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Cotton Jones "Gotta Cheer Up" (mp3)

-- Cotton Jones "Blood Red Sentimental Blues" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Deaf Judges "Deaf Sentence" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- The Dears "Halfmast" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- DJ Doc Rok "Party Anthem" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Little Brazil "Nicholas" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Paper Brain "OMT" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Still Flyin' "The Hott Chord is Struck" (mp3)

(MySpace)

-- Vegabond Opera "Kabarista's Opera" (mp3)

(MySpace)