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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours on Line Out

posted by on April 29 at 12:52 PM

Mastering Master: Jeff Kirby wants to know who the best audio master in Seattle is.

Chew Your Neck Like Wrigley’s: Charles Mudede remembers the blood-sucking toaster.

It’s Not Disco Without Mustaches and Nipples: TJ Gorton on Pat Les Stache.

Got Grunge?: A local record store’s sales chart is paging 1995.

The Bronx are Playing Black Flag? That’s insulting.: Watch the trailer for the new Germs biopic.

Love for the Death Set: Eric Grandy missed last week’s show, but at least he has their record.

Because He’ll Never Not Be a Trainwreck: Scott Weiland is going to jail.

It’s On!: Kiss-loving midgets vs. a Bee Gees cover band.

It’s Still Not as Ridiculous as Facebook: Myspace launches a karaoke feature.

Eurovision Semi-Final: The Bosnian Bjork, Armenian Qele and Dutch Hind.

Good Morning: Who doesn’t want to wake up to boys dancing around to Daft Punk in their underwear?

In Stores Today: Brian Cook reviews Boris and Langhorne Slim. Madonna, Jamie Lidell, and Portishead release new albums.

Tonight in Music: Tyler Ramsey, Peter Morén, Geologic and Kiwi.

Would You Watch It?: Alleged Jimi Hendrix sex tape coming to a porn shop near you.

Voodoo Donuts is Excuse Enough: But if you need another reason to go to Portland tomorrow, the new Arthur Russell documentary will be screening.

Today’s Music News: Who’s getting sued? Who’s breaking up? Whose handwritten lyrics are available on sale? And who’s performing on VH1 May 3? Find out here.


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That L&R Coachella show frickin' ruled.

Posted by Matthew | April 29, 2008 2:52 PM

Mustaches and nipples. Those were the days.

Posted by Vince | April 29, 2008 2:57 PM

Yay baconbits!

Posted by Fnarf | April 29, 2008 5:56 PM

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