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Monday, February 11, 2008

Today and This Weekend in Line Out

posted by on February 11 at 15:37 PM

With the Grammys happening last night, there’s a lot to talk about in the music world. We have all that and so much more over on Line Out. See?

Saturday’s Sound Off Competition: Meet the band’s who competed. Then click here to find out who won.

Saturday’s Flotation Device: Starring Josef Anton Riedl, Alwin Nikolais, Byron Au Yong, and others.

New Helvetia Song: Listen to “Old New Bicycle.

Liveblogging the Grammys: I did it. It’s over. You missed it. But you can read the whole transcript if you really want to see what I and dozens of those watching with me had to say about Alicia Keys’ awful dress.

And if You Want Just the Highlights: Click here for the list of winners and awards show wrap-up.

And if You Want to See Kanye’s Performance With Daft Punk: Click here (it’s awesome).

And if You Want to See the Look on Amy Winehouse’s Face When She Won: Click here (she totally wanted to cry).

And if You Want to See Vince Gill of All People Give Kanye Shit: Click here (it’s hilarious).

Now Back to Grammy-Free News: KEXP partners with New York, creates Radio Liberation.

Schoolyard Heroes on Tour: And drummer Brian Turner is keeping a blog of all the adventures.

Tonight in Music: Baby Dee, the Tallboys, and “the dreaded a-billy.”

Two Records in One Year: This is all Charles Mudede listened to in 2007.

Death Metal: 10 crushed, 6 injured at a rock concert in Indonesia.

Beans and Rice: And disco!

Wagging These Puppies: Dolly Parton has to postpone tour because of her breasts.

Another Two Bite the Dust (Sorta): Magazine Resonance and dance night Krakt both scale back.

Nina Simone: World’s greatest badass.

And About KEXP Going to NY: John Richards promises neither he, nor the station, will turn their back on Seattle music.


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What was with all the really BAD dresses at the Grammys this year?

Is it because the fashion industry won't hire non-white non-stick-figure models for their dresses any more?

Or is it just people are wigged out?

Posted by Will in Seattle | February 11, 2008 3:44 PM

thanks for my new desktop background :)

Posted by hilltop ben | February 12, 2008 12:32 AM

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