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Monday, February 15, 2010

Neon Indian gives Fallon something to remember

you know that scene in Basketball Diaries where Jim Carroll is being deprived of the drugs by his friend Reggie (Ernie Hudson)? That's how I've felt sitting at my desk waiting for new music info. Makes me wonder how many of our music promoters/labels are taking the day off.

Since this post is directly on the heals of last week's note about Neon Indian making an appearance on Jimmy Fallon (and more tour dates), I really don't have much new to offer. However...

Neon Indian did make their March 5 date at Webster Hall a big one. It's now their beggest headlining show to date and they were added to the Bonnaroo lineup.

Plus, here's the video proof from the Fallon episode. The actual email directed me to Stereogum's page, but that's a clip of the entire show, and much like when I was younger and actually stayed up for the late night shows, I only care about the musicians at the end... so here's the clip from AudioPerv - embedding wasn't working, so you'll have to visit the site.

Note the tweeted response from Questlove at the end of the Stereogum piece. I love it.

now for the stuff that just eats up space in your inbox -
  • Alice In Chains open up a "Your Decision" Comic Contest
  • KRS says they will be releasing a new album from Grass Widow this summer (August 24 to be exact). Currently recording in Portland with Alex Yusimov.
  • Bikini Kill has a new blog to collect stories about the band from the fans, friends, etc.
  • El Perro Del Mar started their tour yesterday, the rest of the dates and video for "Change of Heart"
  • Wildbirds & Peacedrums E-Card w/ audio & video
This day in Twitter -
  • I'm sure by now you've heard about The Knack's Doug Fieger, if not, here's Paste's take
  • Daniel Wesley live at Live City Yaletown last night
  • Justin Townes Earle on KEXP about 25 minutes ago - might be able to find a clip later
  • Dosh in San Fran last week, live

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