In Case You Missed It: Week In Review

Did you enjoy your short week? We sure did! The heat stayed around but our whining ceased (well, mostly). You may have missed Knox Road this week due to, oh I dunno, taking too many xanax to deal with Bron Bron’s DECISION. Or you were arguing about how Friday Night Lights didn’t get enough Emmy nominations and So You Think You Can Dance was totally snubbed — but it’s okay because Mad Men is everywhere. OR you’ve been working on a true life “get out of jail” card for Lindsay Lohan. Too much pop culture in one paragraph? NEVER.

Tuesday:
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Wednesday:
[MP3] Kevin Devine: “She Stayed as Steam”
Of Montreal announce tour dates with Janelle Monáe
Panda Riot

Thursday:
New Radical Face EP: Touch the Sky
Stream an hour long Mumford & Sons concert
[MP3] Panda Riot: “Northern Automatic Music”
[MP3] Beat Radio covers Best Coast’s “When I’m With You”
[Review] She & Him @ 9:30 Club

Friday:
[MP3] Arran Arctic: “The Door”
Glass Animals
[Abby’s Road] A sonic childhood revisited

Saturday:
Phenomenal Video Saturday: DeVotchKa

*Pick of the Week*
Muruch: “A Decade of Muruch!” The music blog Muruch turned 10 years old, a remarkable accomplishment in this era of constant reinvention, fleeting interest and fear of commitment. So check out the celebratory post with some of Muruch’s all-time favorite artists and leave Vic a virtual hug in the comments.

*MP3 of the Week*
The Clientele – “Jerry” New track from one of our favorite bands ’round these parts. “Jerry” is from The Clientele‘s forthcoming mini-album, Minotaur, out August 31.

2 comments to In Case You Missed It: Week In Review

  • Aw, thanks for the love! :)

    Friday Night Lights always gets robbed. The second half of this season has been very disappointing, but still better than anything else on tv and every other season was shockingly brilliant.

    Lee Reply:

    No problem Vic! Your site sets an example for any aspiring music blogger.

    I love everything Friday Night Lights, so this whole season still did it for me. I’m glad “The Son” got an emmy nom for best writing, though. And agreed re: shockingly brilliant.