Jan. 8, 2009: Aby Wolf, Best New Bands & Background Noise Crew
Twin Cities News:
-- MSP Magazine profiles Aby Wolf.
-- TC Daily Planet previews First Avenue's Best New Bands show.
-- In addition to a spot on Brooklyn Vegan, One For The Team's "A Better Job" was featured on The Real World: Brooklyn yesterday.
-- Eclectone Records lists the remainder of its artists' shows in January.
-- Culture Bully profiles a new track from the Background Noise Crew.
-- The most recent How Was The Show episode of Minneapoliscast has been released.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- The Fray & Vedera @ First Avenue
The Fray: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Vedera: (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
-- Black Audience @ Red Stag Supper Club
-- Lusurfer, Hot Rod Hearse & Laundromat Vacation @ Lee's Liquor Lounge
Hot Rod Hearse: (MySpace)
Laundromat Vacation: (MySpace)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- Diego Bernal "Bring It On Home" (mp3)
-- Diego Bernal "Bring It On Home (Mexicans With Guns Remix)" (mp3)
-- Crystal Castles vs Health "Crimewave (Keith Remix)" (mp3)
-- Curumin "Caixa Preta" (mp3)
-- The D'Urbervilles "Hot Tips" (mp3)
-- Fiasco "I Figure It's Better We Do Something Ridiculous Than Nothing At All" (mp3)
-- Hooray For Earth "Take Care" (mp3)
-- Hooray For Earth "How Are You" (mp3)
-- The Longest Night "Keys n' Krates (All Night Long Live Remix)" (mp3)
-- Outrageous Cherry "I Wouldn't Treat My Enemies The Way You Treat Yourself" (mp3)
-- Elini Mandell "Artificial Fire" (mp3)
(Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
-- Andrew Morris "Lover" (mp3)
-- Ruby Isle "White Winter Hymnal (Fleet Foxes cover)" (mp3)
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