July 7, 2009: No Bird Sing & múm
Twin Cities News:
-- Whiskey For the Holy Ghost has videos from Private Dancer, Birthday Suits & the Blind Shake at the Turf Club.
-- Mind Inversion has photos of the Crinn, Zebulon Pike and Ambassador Gun at the Triple Rock.
-- The AP discusses the reunited Jayhawks lineup.
-- Iceland's múm will be performing at the Walker's McGuire Theater in October.
-- 88.9 Radio Milwaukee names Dessa and M.anifest as two of the station's top discoveries.
-- Culture Bully has photos from Sunn O))) at the Varsity Theater.
-- Billboard recaps Bob Dylan's performance at this year's Rothbury Festival.
-- The Strib recaps No Doubt at the Xcel and Rosanne Cash at the Dakota.
-- In addition to Elvis Costello's Taste of MN performance, the Pioneer Press also reviews No Doubt's show.
-- Midwest Broadcast has video of No Bird Sing performing at the Triple Rock.
-- Weekend slideshow wrap-up: No Doubt, Haley Bonar, Elvis Costello & more.
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: Daughters of the Sun tour diary & Haley Bonar moves to Portland, Oregon.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- Fountains of Wayne & Jon Auer (Posies) @ Cedar Cultural Center
Fountains of Wayne: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Jon Auer: (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
-- More Cowbell's Mixed Bag Series @ Acadia Cafe
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- Aim Low Kid "Turn To Zero" (mp3)
-- Broken Records "If The News Makes You Sad, Don't Watch It" (mp3)
-- Broken Records "If Eilert Loevborg Wrote A Song, It Would Sound Like This" (mp3)
-- Casper & the Cookies "Little King" (mp3)
-- Motel Motel "Cowboy" (mp3)
-- The New Up "Dear Life" (mp3)
-- Phoenix "1901 (Afghan Raiders remix)" (mp3)
-- Vegabond Opera "Kabarista Farewell" (mp3)
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