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Ari Herstand, Kill To Kill, and Gospel Gossip in the News

Author: Skelly June 30th, 2009

Today is June 30, 2009, and I am loving me this weather.  I’ll have 65 degrees at the end of June along with my sugar and cream.

I don’t know Ari Herstand personally, but maybe someday I’ll make the acquaintance.  In the meantime I (as well as you) can get little snippets of his life via Ari TV.  For instance, in the following episode Ari visits Boston, wastes a bunch of time talking about Starbucks and McDonald’s, and then gets shat on by a bird.  All sorts of awesome.  And hey, at least if you feel like you’re squandering your precious life away while watching, he was honest and up front with you from the beginning!

Thanks Ari. icon wink Ari Herstand, Kill To Kill, and Gospel Gossip in the News

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Check this out:

VIBE Magazine Folds – Gawker
(I hear a certain Queen song playing in the background. *sigh*)

Kill To Kill Would Like You to Request Their Song “Radical Flyer” On Local Radio – Kill to Kill Myspace Blog
(Listen to this tune, it’s good!)
Gospel Gossip EP Release (Photos & Vids) – Cake In 15

Concert Photo Recap: Cocaine @ the 400 Bar – Mind Inversion

The Most Overlooked Albums of 2009 (so far) – eMusic

Best local albums of the year (so far)? – Star Tribune Pop Life

PiPress Newsroom Layoffs – MN Speak

John Mellencamp Documentary In The Works – Anti Music

posted June 30th, 2009 at 4:20 pm Music News , , , ,

Gospel Gossip at Radio K

Author: Skelly June 30th, 2009

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The cool factor here is so high I thought it worth an entire post-link.  Nice work GG and Radio K.  (Click the photo to go listen to the music.)

posted June 30th, 2009 at 12:55 pm MN Rock ,

Seein’ the Scene: A weekly look at the Twin Cities music scene and beyond! (6/16/09 – 6/29/09)

Author: Mike June 30th, 2009

(Seein’ the Scene is a weekly photographic presentation featuring images from some of the best local rock concerts Minnesota has to offer. These images are captured through the lens’ of local rock photographer Mike Minehart. We welcome comments. More images from these shows can often be viewed at www.mikeminehart.com.)

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The Wannabe Hasbeens - O'Gara's Garage in St. Paul - 6/18/09

Link – The Wannabe Hasbeens

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posted June 30th, 2009 at 11:08 am Seein' the Scene , , , , , , , , ,

“Sixteen” Video – The Heavy

Author: Skelly June 30th, 2009

The Heavy’s video for “Sixteen” was shot on Coney Island, before roller coasters and ferris wheels.  Gotta love the graffiti and phony palm tree.

The Heavy will play the Fine Line Music Cafe on July 6.  “Sixteen” is off The Heavy’s forthcoming sophomore album The House That Dirt Built, due out October 6.  See other concert dates HERE.

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The Heavy – Website / Myspace

posted June 30th, 2009 at 10:37 am Video

The Weakerthans, coming to the Triple Rock on Sept. 26

Author: Nika June 30th, 2009

 The Weakerthans, coming to the Triple Rock on Sept. 26 With all of the Canadian jokes floating around, it’s funny to think back to last year when many Americans were threatening to move up there, depending on the election out come.  Well we’re all still here, and we can get a feel for the goods Canada has to offer without leaving the country.  The Weakerthans have been praised by one critic as, “the best band from Canada” (Isolation).  They have a pop punk side that maintains high energy, but it’s the down tempo side that reveals their poetic song writing.  The songs are smart,  introspective, and assume the same of its listeners.  You can expect that range from front man John Sampson, former bassist of  Propagandi.  On Sept. 26th at the Triple Rock Social Club a piece of Canada comes to us.

Watch The Weakerthans , “Aside”

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posted June 30th, 2009 at 9:52 am Concert Announcements

Read What We Read – The Jayhawks, Hootenanny, and Paul McCartney

Author: Skelly June 29th, 2009

Today is (was) June 29, 2009, and pleasantly cool in the Twin Cities!

While surfing about I happened upon this video by Simian Mobile Disco that really got me hoppin’.  The tune is “Audacity of Huge” off their Temporary Pleasure album, and I thought you might enjoy it.  That is, if you’re really into rocking 80’s sounding New Orderish electronic, but enough with the adjectives.  Just press play.

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And today there was this:

Paul McCartney, Dylan Collaboration Unlikely – Angry Ape

Suspected swine flu at festival – BBC

Tony Nelson’s photo exhibit immortalizes local ‘Hootenanny’ musicians and fans – MinnPost
(It’s nice seeing this get the recent attention its been getting.)

Michael Jackson Radio Play Jumps 1735% – Billboard

France Has The Bomb Has A New Split 7″ Single Out – France Has The Bomb Myspace Bulletin

Get a FREE 7″ vinyl with purchase of “Music From The North Country: The Jayhawks Anthology” - The Jayhawks Myspace Blog

Licensing Issues Shut Down Pandora Outside US – Slash Dot

Wilco Kills in Berkeley, Tweedy Despises Hippies – Rolling Stone
(Why does everyone have to hate on the hippies?)

posted June 29th, 2009 at 10:48 pm Music News , , , , , ,