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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours (or more) on Line Out: Win the New PUSA Album

posted by on March 11 at 12:37 PM

Go to Line Out RIGHT NOW and enter to win an autographed copy of the new Presidents of the United States of America record These Are the Good Times People (in stores today).

Here’s what else is happening in The Stranger’s world of nightlife and music:

In From Austin: Sam Machkovech’s last minute SXSW recommendations involve a bubble machine.

Speaking of SXSW: Eric Grandy prepares to take his virgin voyage to the Austin festival.

Rhythmic Language: Christopher Delaurenti on Artforum’s current article about avant garde avatar Karl Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Alopecia: Eric Grandy gives the new Why? record (also in stores today) four stars.

Today’s Music News: In the world of the over-hyped, under-hyped, and totally brutal.

“Usually, I fuck.”: Trent Moorman captures a moment in pre-show rituals.

Tonight in Music: Leslie & the Ly’s bring their gold to Seattle, Round 34—a clash of music, words, and art—goes down in Fremont.

The Thermals Need a New Drummer: Which sparks a debate of whether or not they’re a good band (I say they are).

3 pm MP3: Yesterday’s was by Alyse Black. Check back at 3 pm to see what today’s is.

New Minus the Bear Video: See it here.

Speaking of Bands that May or May Not Be Good: Jeff Kirby (and about 30 commenters) on Vampire Weekend (I say they’re not good).

Rockstar Curling: I went curling this weekend. It was awesome. I also discovered that Springsteen and Bon Jovi are closet rock pushers, and there’s a reality show in the works all about it.

Hos and Area Codes: A map of where Ludacris claims to keep his ladies.

This will make sense (sorta) if you go to Line Out. There’s a lot of taco talk over there.

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You just exhorted us to go RIGHT NOW to win an autographed copy of a recording by a band who had, at best, about 2 minutes - leaving aside the fact that those 2 minutes also occurred about a zillion years ago now.

Are you feeling well?

Posted by Did I hear you right? | March 11, 2008 12:44 PM

I demand autographed FLAC files!

Posted by Eric Grandy | March 11, 2008 1:09 PM

Curling is da bomb.

Posted by Will in Seattle | March 11, 2008 1:49 PM

@1: Screw you, Presidents rule. I remember when they were on Almost Live, with Gary Locke, doing "Volcano." Damn that was funny.

Posted by Greg | March 11, 2008 2:18 PM

@4 - Well then I hope you got over there RIGHT AWAY to try to get your signed copy.

You stupid fucking lump.

Posted by Oh the humanity | March 11, 2008 4:39 PM

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