Line Out In the Last 24 Hours on Line Out
posted by February 8 at 16:30 PMon
If you haven’t been to Line Out in the last 24 hours (why do you hate music?), here’s a quick look at what you’ve missed:
Gotham Flasher: TJ Gorton shares one of his all-time favorite songs.
Let ‘Em Say I’m Crazy: I love Jefferson Starship and Mannequin.
Get a Haircut: New Lonely H video premiers on Spin.com.
HWM at SXSW: The band announces more shows that I’m also gonna miss.
No Comment: KEXP isn’t saying if Richards has plans to move to the East Coast.
Safe Sax: Portland’s Narwhal vs. Narwhal plays the Comet this Sunday.
New Terrordactyls Video: Featuring Kimya Dawson! (Jesus, that woman is everywhere.)
This Week’s Setlist: Free music, free concert listings, free bad jokes.
Line Out Exclusive: Khingz Makoma collaborates with the Luchnow Brides, the Luchnow Brides want to know if Trent Moorman is a hipster.
Tonight in Music: The Delusions, the Coup, Broken Disco, Seattle Improvised Music Festival, and 800 (give or take about 796) more suggestions.
Obama’s Soundtrack: Political campaign music should really be less obvious.
Drop a Barf: Jeff Kirby dumps the Dillinger Escape Plan.
The Physics Future Talk: Charles Mudede’s favorite local hiphop album of 2007 is now available on iTunes.
It Will Never Die: Dan Paulus unearths a rare gem of grunge history.
Normal or Not: English subtitles on an Australian hit?
$47,600,000: That’s the amount of money Genesis made on tour last year. Boysenberry syrup is some how involved.
If I were running for president, this is what I’d play at my rally: