Feb. 5, 2009: Brother Ali & Dearling Physique
Twin Cities News:
-- Anya Marina performed a studio session for the Current. Culture Bully has photos from her 7th St. Entry show with the Virgins and Lissy Trullie.
-- Pitchfork reviews P.O.S., Dillinger Four & Gospel Gossip. MFR also reviews Never Better, while MN Daily and Seattle Weekly interview P.O.S. (Also, in case you haven't somehow gotten your P.O.S. fix this week, the instrumental version of Never Better is now on iTunes.)
-- Dearling Physique has released a new track from the upcoming Impressions of the Night EP titled "Beat is Gone."
-- Nah Right has promo videos for Brother Ali's upcoming track "Good Lord."
-- Rift reviews Meredith Fierke's The Procession.
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: Jimmy2Times interviews Mike the 2600 King, Baby Guts featured in UK's Guardian & MP3 of the Week: Nyteowl.
Local Concert Highlights:
-- North Mississippi Allstars & Hill Country Review @ the Cabooze
North Mississippi Allstars: (Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
Hill Country Review: (MySpace)
-- Joe January & Courtney Yasmineh @ 400 Bar
Joe January: (MySpace)
Courtney Yasmineh: (Official) (MySpace)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- The 1900s "The Age of Metals" (mp3)
-- Anamanaguchi "Blackout City" (mp3)
-- Butterflies "Mind Games" (mp3)
-- Laura Gibson "Spirited" (mp3)
-- Manchester Orchestra "I've Got Friends" (mp3)
(Official) (MySpace) (Wikipedia)
-- Midnight Masses "Heaven" (mp3)
-- North Elementary "Decade Stylin" (mp3)
-- North Elementary "Golden Tigers" (mp3)
-- Gretchen Phillips "Red State/Blue State" (mp3)
-- Ani Rossi "Ecology" (mp3)
-- Story of Sea "Own Devices" (mp3)