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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Stream the new Golden Filter album

forgive me, but I may be a little busy today, so you may end up with some full text emails, means you might not see much snarky-ben today :(

As New York duo The Golden Filter prepares for the US release of their debut album, Voluspa, on June 15, the group has come up with a "stellar" way to give back to their fans...


The Golden Filter are giving away stars--yep, gaseous, fiery, faraway stars--with randomly selected copies of their CDs. When you pre-order a physical CD or Vinyl through the bands website, you get an instant download of the digital version, including two bonus tracks and two exclusive video's. Plus, a lucky twenty fans will get a celestial being in addition to the album -- one purchased and renamed star, to be specific, along with a one-of-a-kind Polaroid taken by the duo.

You can listen to the band's debut in full over at their website.

The Golden Filter will be performing a one-off show at the Mercury Lounge in New York City on Friday, May 14 with support from The Hundred In The Hands, before preparing for a national tour in June in support of Voluspa.

The band's latest single "Hide Me" is out this week. The single comes with a Peter Bjorn & John's Hortlax Cobra Remix (returning the favor for TGF's remix of "Lay It Down,") a Clock Opera Remix and the band's own "Nine Worlds" remix, all available over at iTunes.

more new release info
  • The second set of Fela reissues hits on May 11 (Knitting Factory); features 14 albums (?)
  • Jacky Terrasson's Push (Concord Jazz) hits on April 27
  • The Claudia Quintet feat. Gary Versace's Royal Toast (Cuneiform) on May 18
  • Pete Robbins' siLENT Z Live on May 25
  • The Ideal Bread's Transmit: Vol. 2 of the Music of Steve Lacy (Cuneiform) on June 8
  • David Weiss' Point of Departure Quintet - Snuck In (Sunnyside) on June 22
  • Barry Harris Quartet's Live in Rennes (Plus Loin Music) on July 13

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