Check out these awesome "li’l promo videos ":http://www.mtvu.com/music/ahead_of_the_curve that CSS, Foals, and Fleet Foxes shot at the Treasure Island Festival for mtvU.
We’d hate to see you get lost trying to vote on this, the mostest important of election days. Fortunately for us, so would Google! Take a look at this fanciful tool they put together to help you find your polling place:
Just type your address into the form field on the left (that is, the address at which you’re registered to vote), click “search” and voila! You’ll be well on your way to becoming a high-information voter. Or at least a voter that knows where to find their polling place.
Oh, yeah. The election is on Tuesday. November 4th. That last part matters.
Portland, Oregon’s Blitzen Trapper are booked to play at St Louis’ Vintage Vinyl record store on Sunday November 2nd at 1pm. It’s free, it’s all ages, so bring your kids and your parents and support your local record store by picking up Blitzen Trapper’s cracking new record Furr.
We are thrilled to announce that Sub Pop is now the proud owner of Vetiver! In the parlance of our times, we simply issued some commercial paper to raise the requisite capital and now Vetiver is ours. Or, that’s how we “understand” these things to work anyway…
Anyway, because we assume you all to be discerning music fans (attractive ones at that!), we’re sure that you’re already familiar with Vetiver, the ever-evolving musical home-base of singer/songwriter Andy Cabic. We’ve been nurturing an increasingly devoted fondness for their work, both recorded and otherwise, since the release of their debut album in 2004. The new album, bearing the evocative and fairly badass title, Tight Knit is complete and will be released on February 3, 2009, giving it the distinctive honor of “first post-Bush release on Sub Pop!” I know. Weird, right? The album is easily their most varied yet and we can’t wait to let it off the leash to roam free.
We mentioned that we’re thrilled already, right? Well, we are.
New session of the Ruby Suns posted today on Daytrotter.com – check it out here
Also on Pitchfork today too!
A Drink For The Kids, the Vera Project’s annual benefit event for the 21-and-over crowd, is happening October 8th through 11th in bars across Seattle, including a grand finale show at Neumo’s on the Oct. 11th. All proceeds from the show and from any Red Hook and Dewar’s drinks purchased at the venues will help keep music and art accessible to people of all ages. So pick a spot in your neighborhood every night, and save Saturday October 11th for the show! By simply ordering a Redhook or Dewars and coming to a great show you can lend your support for the Vera Project, Seattle’s all-ages, volunteer-run music and arts space.
Check out the schedule below, and get tickets to the concert here!
Very special super secret surprise guest headliner!
The Ruby Suns
Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
Hosted by People’s Republic of Komedy’s Kevin Hyder
DJ Righteous Trash
8 p.m. doors
See you there!
A DRINK FOR THE KIDS TEAM