In Case You Missed It: Week In Review

I am in LA, Jamie is in Chicago, and Jon is New York. No Austin for us. But that flyer looks lovely, doesn’t it? Check out what happened this week on Knox Road.

A bunch of little kids cover Phoenix’s “Lisztomania”
[MP3] Washed Out: “Untitled Track #7”

[Album Review] Liars cordially invite you on a wondrous journey to Sisterworld
[Album Review] jj’s nº 3 is so Swedish (read: lovely)
[Album Review] The Besnard Lakes’ Are the Roaring Night is heavy and dreamy and adequate all around
Color of Clouds to release debut album, Satellite of Love, on April 6

[Album Review] White Hinterland’s Kairos is soothing tranquility with soul power
[Album Review] Broken Bells’ debut album is good, but doesn’t live up to lofty expectations
[MP3] Pure Ecstasy: “Voices”
[MP3] Dr. Dog: “Stranger”
[MP3] Neon Indian: “Sleep Paralysist”
[Album Review] The Morning Benders are purveyors of indie-pop on Big Echo
[MP3] Harlem: “Gay Human Bones”

KR Presents: Two new mp3s from Color of Clouds!
[MP3] Family of the Year: “Chugjug”
[MP3] ARMS: “Heat & Hot Water”
Milly Beau to hold record release show March 16 at The Mercury Lounge
[MP3] Sarah Kirkland Snider: “This Is What You’re Like (ft. My Brightest Diamond)”

[KR Goes Global] Tokyo Jihen and their new album, Sports
[MP3] The Consulate General: “What Time Is It Now”

Phenomenal Video Saturday: Wakey!Wakey! does Yeasayer

*Pick of the Week*
Said the Gramophone: “Mushpot Tuesday” Yes, I like this song by Yawn, but the enrapturing fiction that Dan writes for the accompanying post is vintage StG, and I can’t get enough of it.

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