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Tuesday, June 9th

Baltimore - Ramshead

Tickets on sale tomorrow (Thursday, June 4) at 4pm EST**

Wednesday, June 10

Ashville - Orange Peel

Tickets on sale tomorrow (Thursday, June 4) at 4pm EST**

**2 ticket limit per person and all tickets will be picked up at will call the night of the show. No tickets will be distributed in advance. Government issued ID required to retrieve your tickets. You are required to enter immediately after receiving your tickets. Tickets are non-transferable.

I would be all over that Baltimore show but I am shooting Jane's Addiction and Nine Inch Nails that night. Oh well.


PS - This video is perfect.



Liechtenstein is the newest signing to Slumberland Records. They are from Sweden.
[mp3] Liechtenstein | Roses In The Park
They are at the Velvet Lounge on May 20th.

The Black Lips are releasing a new EP called The Drop I Hold EP.
[mp3] The Black Lips | The Drop I Hold feat. GZA
Her are their upcoming tour dates:

Loney Dear is back on tour. Skipping D.C. though.
[mp3] Loney Dear | Airport Surroundings

Akron/Family have a new album coming soon. Here's a preview:
[mp3] Akron Family | River
They'll be at the Rock n Roll Hotel on August 11th.

Peaches released a new album yesterday. Stream it here.
[mp3] Peaches | Talk To Me

Go here for a free Tori Amos song download. If you are into that sort of thing.

Man Of Aran, the new album by British Sea Power is due on May 18th. Here's a preview:
[mp3] British Sea Power | Come Wander With Me

Great Northern are at the Black Cat on Thursday.
[mp3] Great Nothern | Houses



Nissan Pavilion
Friday, August 21 - 7:30 pm
Tickets on sale Friday, May 8 at 10:00 am.

I am totally going to try and shoot this. We all need more Stapptasms in our life.

Tough Ticket



For DCist. Earlier in the week. I'm a bit behind over here. Too many overtimes.


Had this song in my head for days. Raphael Saadiq, take a bow.



Sorry for disappearing the last few days. Been busy at work and at home. All my spare time has been taken up by all the overtime in the Celtics / Bulls series. Seriously.

I spent the weekend shooting Kings of Leon and Fall Out Boy / 50 Cent for

Also, I got interviewed by the Washington Examiner. They are obviously out of interesting people to talk to.

Talk soon.

I have a million saved items in my Bloglines account. Here's my attempt to clear some of them out.

Reality check.

Yankees tickets: too expensive.

Who Shot Rock: Photographers of Rock and Roll - coming to Brooklyn later this year.

Elaborate pls.

11 greatest Sesame Street guest performances. Did I already link to this?

Wired: Tweetie is a beautiful, slick and intuitive app that meets and exceeds the high standards set by its mobile predecessor. We love it, and we'll go as far as to say that Tweetie will create a significant impact on Twitter as a whole.

Get Right To the Download With SkipScreen Add-on for Firefox.

Fluxblog mixtape essentials: Archers of Loaf, Blur, Phoenix, Wu Tang and Stereolab. I was also going to link to his recently posted PJ Harvey one, but it appears he took it down. More here.

If you don't have the Radiohead at Outside Lands bootleg, see if this link still works.

New Jens Lekman!

More Papercuts.

Dan The Automator produced the new Kasabian album? Really? Interesting.

WFMU Launches the Free Music Archive.

Listening to Swoon, the new album by Silversun Pickups. Sounds amazing on headphones, but this thing is way overproduced, so much so that the songs and melodies get buried under everything they are throwing at you.

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Honestly I was too busy running around taking photos to write up yesterday's free concert on the mall. So instead I will point you to Josh's Washington Post review, Dave's Flaming Lips review from Post Rock and Amanda's excellent (and spot on) recap on DCist.

As for the Lips, they were a tad underwhelming. After opening with "Race For The Prize" they played slowed down versions of their next three or four songs and lost any momentum they had. Long pauses in between songs, etc. It wasn't until the last bit of the set that the audience got the sturm and drang they had been waiting all day for. But when the Lips decided to turn it up a notch, they were spectacular.


Also, I got to chat a bit with Wayne backstage. Nicest guy ever. Answered every question asked of him and was just generating good vibes everywhere he went. Respect.

DJ Spooky-1583

DJ Spooky's set got cut short, which was a shame, because he was killing it mixing Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix and MLK Jr. into one big mash-up. Sadly, moe got a full set. It was 35 minutes but seemed three times longer. Ugh.

I was on assignment for Washingtonian, so head over there to see my photos from yesterday.



Via Matablog, here is the first mp3 to be released from the band's upcoming album, The Eternal, which is due out June 8 in Europe and June 9 North America.

[mp3] Sonic Youth | Sacred Trickster

Matador is doing another "Buy Early, Get Now" deal with the album, so head over to Matablog to get the details.

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