Tuesday, January 23, 2007

If You Could Read Your Mind

Out today is the new album, "Visitations" by Uk's Clinic who'll be hitting the road for a string of North American dates through the first couple of weeks in March:

Fri 3/2 - Troubadour - Los Angeles, CA
Sat 3/3 - Noise Pop Festival / The Independent - San Francisco, CA
Mon 3/5 - Apple In-Store - Chicago, IL
Tue 3/6 - Black Cat - Washington, DC
Wed 3/7 - Johnny Brenda's - Philadelphia, PA
Fri 3/9 - The Gramercy Theatre - NYC, NY
Sat 3/10 - Middle East - Boston, MA
Sun 3/11 - La Sala Rossa - Montreal, QC
Mon 3/12 - Lee's Palace - Toronto, ON

Here's some multimedia to get you psyched:

YouTube: Clinic - "If You Could Read Your Mind"
MP3: Clinic - "Harvest(Within You)"
MP3: Clinic - "Jigsaw Man"

Dan Dickinson traces the evolution of Ted Leo's new song "Sons of Cain" from a rough-hewn live song from last year to it's studio version, which is included on the upcoming new Ted Leo/Pharmacists album "Living With The Living" which will be released March 20 through Touch and Go.

The motherf!*king Jesus and Mary Chain will be playing this year's Coachella at the end of April!

I've been reading and really enjoying Greg Kot's "Wilco: Learning How To Die" so news of a new Jay Farrar album is exciting especially since according to Aversion, taking a cue(possibly) from Jeff Tweedy's experimental pop side, the new Jay Farrar album will be less alt-country. Jay's new album "The Search" comes out March 6 through Transmit Sound/Legacy.

Dan Burke's all excited for his second instalment of The Class of 2007 - Indie Rock Honour Roll coming up this Friday January 26 at The Silver Dollar featuring THE PARKAS, JEWISH LEGEND, THE DISRAELIS, THE "I" SPIES and SWEET HOMEWRECKERS. Mr Burke also mentions that Japanese rock n' rollers Zoobombs will once again make the pilgrimage to Toronto during(or around Canadian Music Week) in March, details still to be confirmed. I highly recommend that you check Zoobombs out at least once in your life; you will be glad. [via Stille Post]

Further video evidence of The Arcade Fire 's show at a Montreal church over the weekend over at CleverLazy. Enjoy!

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