Gimme News Weekly Wrap-Up: Nov. 2-6
From the City Pages:
-- Har Mar Superstar on rock-stardom, HBO show, and Drew Barrymore
"Sean Tillman never stops living the American Dream."
-- Sharp Teeth bite off Lines and Stars
"It's the grunge-pop trio's second album."
-- The Songs We Can't Escape feat. Shakira, Battlehooch, Alison Iraheta, Social Studies & Warpaint.
Monday, November 2:
-- Motion City Soundtrack pack the Triple Rock
-- Tweecap: The Uptown Bar's final show
-- The Uptown Bar's final show: "We're all homeless now"
-- Estate song to appear on "Gossip Girl" tonight
Tuesday, November 3:
-- Toki Wright video featured on MTVu's "The Freshmen"
-- The Mood Swings offering free mp3 from new album
-- Triple Double Tuesday lineup for November
-- Slug, Murs, and Aesop Rock announce Felt in-store appearance
-- The Current's Bill DeVille to host Americana show
Thursday, November 5:
-- RT Rybak declares Saturday "Suicide Commandos Day"
-- Har Mar Superstar: The extended interview
-- Mute Era's November Minneseries lineup announced
-- Rapper M.anifest leaks new track 'Get Away' from upcoming album (MP3)
-- Pitchfork calls Owl City's music "hack electronica"
-- Fuck Knights battle zombies, drink cheap beer
-- William Elliott Whitmore shows 7th St Entry skinny white boys can sing
-- M.anifest on Snoop, mainstream rap, upcoming free album (VIDEO)
Friday, November 6:
-- Kool Keith and Har Mar dazzle and bore the Triple Rock
-- Prince was supposed to be on Michael Jackson's "Bad"?
-- Weekly Charts: Top songs spun on Radio K and the Current
-- Low-Bee on Hollertronix, parties and future of DJing (interview)
-- Local musicians unite for "The Minnesota Beatle Project"
-- Lady Of Rage surprises everyone at Snoop show (interview)
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