March 5, 2009: Grizzly Bear & the Submarines
Twin Cities News:
-- About gives a quick refresher on local bands heading down to SXSW.
-- The Current has updated the site with studio performances from the Submarines and All the Saints.
-- Grizzly Bear will play the Cedar Cultural Center in May.
-- Culture Bully profiles Chastity Brown.
-- Brad Senne has released a music video for "Sing & Dance."
-- P.O.S. explains the creation of "Optimist."
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: mp3 of the Week, Aby Wolf.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- Swingin' Utters, Shot Baker, Pretty Boy Thorson & the F'n A's & the Framed @ Triple Rock
Swingin' Utters: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Swingin' Utters "Pills & Smoke" (mp3)
Swingin' Utters "Five Lessons Learned" (mp3)
Swingin' Utters "Stupid Lullabies" (mp3)
Pretty Boy Thorson: (MySpace)
The Framed: (MySpace)
-- AA Bondy, Dent May & His Magnificent Ukelele & Joe January @ 400 Bar
AA Bondy: (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
A.A. Bondy "There's a Reason" (mp3)
A.A. Bondy "Vice Rag" (mp3)
Dent May: (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Joe January: (MySpace)
-- Anni Rossi, I Colossus, Best Friends Forever @ the Cedar Cultural Center
Anni Rossi: (Official) (MySpace)
Anni Rossi "Ecology" (mp3)
I, Colossus: (MySpace)
Best Friends Forever: (MySpace)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- Dan Black "Alone (Lovelock remix)" (mp3)
-- Chin Chin "GG and the Boys" (mp3)
-- Chin Chin "Some Like It Hot" (mp3)
-- Pomegranates "Corriander" (mp3)
-- Hermas Zopoula "Courons, Courez" (mp3)
-- Hermas Zopoula "Alpha et Omega (live)" (mp3)
-- Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band "Cheer For Fate" (mp3)
-- Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band "Anchors Dropped" (mp3)
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