Chicago Tribune breaks down Astro Coast in a pie chart

Surfer Blood play Schubas tonite. Read the whole article in the Chicago Tribune here

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Dinowalrus release debut album %

The Dinowalrus is not a gatefold jacket – picture is just showing front and back. All vinyl includes mp3 download code. Coming January 19 to iTunes & eMusic, etc. - Poptartssucktoasted “It’s the way I like my noise rock; fast paced, percussive, and maintaining just enough structure to pass for actual songs.” - NY Press “Dinowalrus definitely psychs you out, and occasionally bursts into face-peeling shred, but what it really comes off as is a pre-Perestroika Krautrock broadcast picking up pirate AOR-and-disco playlists from some buried offshore wire, and then rocking that shit backwards in really tight pants. It’s pretty […]

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Pitchfork posts Surfer Blood "Rising" feature + Live CMJ video

Read Pitchfork’s Interview here  

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Holy Hail release debut album "Independent Pleasure Club"

- Time Out NY “Holy Hail is a party-starting coed dance-pop quartet…this band has a fun live show and a bunch of smart, thumping tunes to its credit.” - Trash Club UK “…gospel-hop-electro-country… punctuated with the odd piercing scream….” - BigStereo.net “Make room for these guys between Love Is All and Long Blondes” PitchforkFork Media “Holy Hail has that disco played with guitars sound that is so ripe – like dirty south of The Gossip mixed with some B-52′s madness…”

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Jean on Jean releases self-titled album

- eMusic “We really, really love this record….’Tonight,’ the first song, is the real hit, a soundtrack kind of song, grandiose, emotive and evocative. So good.” - Other Music “This is sweet melancholy folk-pop, focused around Schnick’s haunting and beautiful multi-tracked vocals and introspective poetry.”

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Chairlift's "Bruises" soundtracks the new iPod Nano commercial

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Pitchfork reviews Triple Your Work Force 7.7

"This Long Island quartet began life under the moniker/cease-and-desist magnet Bunsen Honeydew. After two 7" singles, the loss of their original drummer, and a call from the lawyers, they reconvened under the less-imaginative-- albeit less litigious-- Four Volts. As befits a band who found inspiration in a Muppet, Four Volts sound extremely spirited, sometimes goofy, and occasionally hilarious." Read the full review at Pitchfork

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