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WARM EMBRACE AT SOCCER CLUB CLUB

posted November 15th, 2012

The Soccer Club Club and Land and Sea Dept. are pleased to announce Warm Embrace, a solo exhibition with Chicago artist Stephen Eichhorn, with opening reception Friday, November 16th, from 8-11PM. This is the second installment of a two-part series of Eichhorn's work throughout the month of November, which began at EBERSMOORE in Chicago, earlier this month. The opening reception for Warm Embrace will be celebrated with a special performance by Al Cisneros and Robert AA Lowe of motherfucking OM, along... (read more)

Artists in this story: OM, Drag City

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DEATH TO HOLLAND, BELGIUM

posted November 14th, 2012

Finally! Death is sweeping nations beyond the US of A. Now it's time for our lucky Dutch and Belgian brothers and sisters to catch Death, live and on screen! No, it ain't The Plague: this is Death, the realest of real original Detroit punks, whose albums ...For The Whole World To See and Spritual, Mental, Physical, were unearthed, well, for the whole world to spirtually, mentally and physically see and more importantly, HEAR in 2009 and 2011, respectively, to unanimous praise. The... (read more)

Artists in this story: Death

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CHRISTMAS EVE CAN KILL YOU - JUST WATCH!

posted November 13th, 2012

In anticipation of their forthcoming holiday single, "Christmas Eve Can Kill You," old friends and collaborators Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy wrap it up and present you with the tune as a viewable gift! From the Seeger Sisters to Mariah Carey, Elvis to Sinatra, from Johnny Cash to Merle Haggard; there is a remarkably strong tradition of fa-la-la-ing in popular music--to say nothing of the rich tradition of the holiday music video. Yet, there's no snow, no presents, no sacrificial goose or... (read more)

Artists in this story: Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Faun Fables, Dawn McCarthy & Bonny Billy

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THE YEAR OF AZITA

posted November 8th, 2012

It hasn't felt like a Year since AZITA released Disturbing The Air, but shit - it's been, like, longer than that and the record's still on our turntable. Just in time for our needle change, AZITA's returned from where she goes when we can't see her, bearing drifts of music that shock us out of our reverie and into hers! Yes, Year is undoubtedly the most varied collection AZITA's yet carved her name into, sweetly played with flexion and understatement through and... (read more)

Artists in this story: AZITA

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A VOTE FROM THE "STATE OF NON-RETURN"

posted November 6th, 2012

Feel that rumble? It quakes beneath the discourse of election day, waiting for its time to roll - a time of the dominion of no man. Feel it deep within? Yes: the vibrations of OM, poised to uncoil their spirit-roll on a long-awaited North American tour. It begins November 17th in Chicago, and the band are primed; calmly, and with great predetermination, they've delivered a massive, black and white video for "State Of Non-Return," offering a fly-on-the-wall glimpse of OM deep in... (read more)

Artists in this story: OM

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LATE NIGHT TY-LEVISION TAKE OVER!

posted November 5th, 2012

Thought you'd seen it all? Put your eyes back in your head and thank god you did, sinner! Ty Segall's back on the small screen, shredding it live on massive-matrix network television, ascending "The Hill" to stand on the late night summit with Sir David Letterman, tonight on The Late Show! With Twins popping up everywhere, most notably in your local brick and mortar corner bodega bin, headshop and/or undergarment section of the department store, and what with it wearing out the... (read more)

Artists in this story: Ty Segall

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IT'S TIME TO VOTE...FOR ALASDAIR ROBERTS AS SCOTSMAN OF THE YEAR

posted November 2nd, 2012

Aye, we cast our ballot this way every year, you know. It's not partisanship either, but a genuine hunch on our part. But this year, you and everyone else can punch Alasdair Roberts for Scots Singer of the year in the 2012 MG Alba Scottish Traditional Music Awards. Fuck a president - whether tradding the boards as a solo singer or and collabing with the likes of Jackie Oates, Karine Polwart and Mairi Morrison, or preseneting brand-spanking new materials like the stuff-of-epochs found... (read more)

Artists in this story: Alasdair Roberts, Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts

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HURRICANE SADIER'S SILENCIO TOUR STORMS ACROSS EUROPE; WATCH "LIGHTNING THUNDERBOLT"

posted October 31st, 2012

She's already asked us, "Find Me The Pulse Of The Universe," and provided us with "The Rule Of The Game." Now yet another entree to the Silencio speakeasy affirms itself on the horizon, just as apocalyptic weather changes lives across the globe. And like the weather, the video for "Lightning Thunderbolt" strikes once before your eyes and twice behind your mind. The final angle of a video triangle supporting Laetitia Sadier's "spry, melodic, and totally charming" (Uncut) new... (read more)

Artists in this story: Laetitia Sadier

DRAG CITY WEARS ON YOU

posted October 29th, 2012

As the holidays approach, look sharp! You've got dinners to go to! Gift-getting ceremonies! Arraignments...no matter where you are, a t-shirt always says "I woke up just for this occasion." And we've got a sweet-smelling shit-ton of them here to clothe your exhausted (upper) ass! No matter how many classics we got in stock, we can always count on the Bonnie 'Prince' of Billy to supply us with fresh designs for his fiends and mignons alike. The latest is a pink reason for living -... (read more)

WHAT IF?!?

posted October 26th, 2012

It's useless to fight it! The history of rock and roll is laced with a myriad of inevitabilities, from the senseless death of The Big Bopper so that Waylon Jennings might live on through to the (years-late) demise of Oasis. Each it's own tragedy, each with it's own moral. But were we able to take a hand, how would the pasts play out, and indeed would we have altered the future in which we so smugly sit today?

Back in 1988, the rock and roll... (read more)