In Case You Missed It: Week In Review

Guess what, rock-dwellers? The long-awaited iPad was released today, a device perfect for upping your social status and absolutely nothing else! I’m kidding, of course (kind of), but the new product has been kind of a big deal. Big enough to sell from 600,000 to 700,000 copies its first day, at least. So if you were one of the many, many people to spend all week salivating at the feet of Steve Jobs, here’s what you missed on Knox Road. [Image courtesy Cnet]

Knox Road Radio show and playlist for 3.28.10

No Second Troy preps release of new album Colors, offers two new MP3s

[MP3] Lucky Delucci: “December 1986”
Notable Album Release: Walking Sleep – Measures

Angus & Julia Stone capture hearts on Down the Way

Regarding modern art and MGMT’s “Flash Delirium” video
New mystery band: Canoodle
[MP3] 65daysofstatic – “Crash Tactics”

Dum Dum Girls come off bland on I Will Be

Twin Sister showcases talent, patience on Color Your Life EP

Broken Bells announce tour with Morning Benders
Olafur Arnalds to release new album this June

Jim Kroft prepares release of new album, offers “Let Go” as free MP3

Update: Akudama does not sign to Merge Records
Balmorhea announces new U.S. tour dates

Sea Wolf and The Album Leaf announce new tour dates

[Abby’s Road] People watching: Music tells the story
Letting Up Despite Great Faults release full video for “Our Younger Noise”

Phenomenal Video Saturday: eaststrikewest

Knox Road interviewed by “We All Make Music” from Zoom In Online!

*Pick of the Week*
Music for Kids Who Can’t Read Good: “The Tallest Man on Earth”
Fresh off a stint of being played earlier today on Knox Road Radio, Kristian Matsson, or The Tallest Man on Earth, was profiled over at Music for Kids Who Can’t Read Good. And yes, I know he was profiled there on March 31, and he was played on our radio show today, but…whatever, dude. What am I, a clock?

1 comment to In Case You Missed It: Week In Review

  • 3lended 7wice

    I think that the iPad is the biggest scam of the 21st century. Especially as far as music is concerned. (unless of course your only interested in reading about it and listening to web-buffers on headphones). It’s about as portable as a college textbook, so unless one carries a man-purse (as they say in europe) I simply don’t get the hype.
    But thats just my shabby opinion. So go get your own!