August 28, 2009: Dirty Projectors & Mill City Scene
Twin Cities News:
-- Mark Mallman has written a new graphic novel, set for release next year.
-- Dirty Projectors will play the Cedar in November.
-- Local hip hop print/site Mill City Scene seems to be in a state of trouble, "MillCityScene.com is in a state of uncertainty. In the mean time, please enjoy our archives."
-- Rain Machine (featuring Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio will be playing the Entry this October.
-- Both the forthcoming Marilyn Manson and Snow Patrol dates originally set for the Myth have been moved to the State Theatre. [I think I smell trouble at the Myth.]
-- Culture Bully has a review and videos of Throw Me The Statue at the Entry and the first in a series highlighting new songs from No Bird Sing's forthcoming debut.
-- The TC AV Club interviews Alpha Consumer.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- Motörhead, Reverend Horton Hear & Throwrag @ First Avenue
Motörhead: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Reverend Horton Heat: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Throwrag: (Official) (MySpace)
-- Dearling Physique @ 501 Club
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- David Bazan "Bless This Mess" (mp3)
-- Hopewell "Stranger" (mp3)
-- Panther "Love is Solid" (mp3)
-- The Perfects "End of Us" (mp3)
-- Shelley Short "A Cave" (mp3)
-- Sunbears! "I'm Alive" (mp3)
-- Tim Williams "Bruises (acoustic)" (mp3)
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