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Friday, February 22, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours on Line Out

posted by on February 22 at 16:02 PM

Throw Me the Statue: Perform on a Washington State ferry.

Speaker Speaker: Perform an Elevator to Hell song at Sonic Boom in Ballard.

Boris: Declared “the greatest living rock band on the planet” by Brian Cook.

Exodus, These Arms Are Snakes: Are playing in Seattle tonight.

Cross-Dressing, Beer, and Bowling: Appearing at Sunset Bowl this Sunday.

Menomena, Blitzen Trapper, BOAT and Monotonix: Are also playing tonight and I forgot to say so in my initial “Tonight in Music” post. Sorry.

Gwar and Belle & Sebastian: Finally together.

Jeffery Lewis: The anti-folk singer from Portland covers 12 Crass songs.

PWRFL Power: Appears in an esurance commercial, interviews himself, and is also one of this year’s Young Ones.

Mates of State: A little something to listen to on this sunny day.

Joy Division, Edie Brickell, Jim Reeves: Their words have been floating in Charles Mudede’s head recently.

Dave Grohl: Pissed that his music is being used to promote geek shit.

The Lashes: Post new songs for free.

Teen Cthulu: Balances out all that pop business I posted earlier.

The Black Crowes, Maxim, and Gawker: (Surprisingly) surviving together.

I’m still obsessed with those tiger pigs:


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I just saw the most gigantic pigs I have ever seen in my life lying in a yard on a backstreet outside of Acapulco. They were huge, three of them, asleep, and their little piglets sleeping teat-in-mouth all lined up along their bellies. It was like the scene with the lions in ŽI Am LegendŽ. I have always wanted to pick up a little piglet and hear it squeal, but I didnŽt - what I did was tiptoe the fuck out of there.

Posted by Grant Cogswell | February 22, 2008 8:49 PM

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