Jan. 20, 2009: Big Quarters, The Music Tapes, Fall Out Boy & Dessa
Twin Cities News:
-- Above the Fold has posted some video footage from Lookbook's recent Turf Club show.
-- Mpls St. Paul Mag profiles Dessa. (via)
-- The Wailers turn up the heat at First Avenue.
-- Big Quarters have released a video sample of their track "Free Shipping," one of many recently released through their Big Quarters Direct subscription offer.
-- Both Asobi Seksu and The Music Tapes have announced upcoming shows at The Entry.
Asobi Seksu "Thursday" (mp3)
-- Culture Bully reviews The Strange Lights' Evius EP.
-- Fall Out Boy will be playing the Roy Wilkins in May.
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: Q&A: Vampire Hands' Colin Johnson and Q&A: Annuals' bassist Mike Robinson.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- Annuals, What Laura Says & Jessica Lea Mayfield @ Varsity Theater
Annuals: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
What Laura Says: (Official) (MySpace)
Jessica Lea Mayfield: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
-- Adele & James Morrison @ Fitzgerald Theater
Adele: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
James Morrison: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- Animal Collective "My Girls (Mexicans With Guns Remix)" (mp3)
-- Broadcast Live "Broken Vision" (mp3)
-- Vic Chesnutt, Elf Power, and The Amorphous Strums "And How" (mp3)
-- Vic Chesnutt, Elf Power, and The Amorphous Strums "Teddy Bear" (mp3)
-- Julie Doiron "Consolation Prize" (mp3)
-- Lithops "Handed" (mp3)
-- Marykate O'Neil "One Thousand Times a Day" (mp3)
-- Sarah Rabdau "Jackie" (mp3)
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