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TODAY IS THE DOPE SATURDAY YOU ALWAYS WANT TOMORROW TO BE

posted May 7th, 2013

Dope Body come on like the animal that knows one thing and one thing only: how to get it up any night of the week like it's the last Saturday night on planet earth. Point come to shove, they're sweetly in tune with every day of the week and all their chemical properties - so much so that any evening under the stars can turn from droll to delectably cosmic and sweat-filled, hot and sticky like an awakenings-bright beam of light, leaping through the cosmos... (read more)

Artists in this story: Dope Body

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NEW YEAR, NEW DATES WITH AZITA

posted May 2nd, 2013

Year was the sleeper record of 2012, and it is from that slumber we rise into 2013! With the fresh sun of a new year shining down, AZITA's out the door and and into the good ol' darkness of clubs scene with some absolutely crucial Eastern and Midwestern tour dates! Because indeed, when AZITA plays live, you're getting more than the experience of hearing tracks from records (and she's got a few, including maybe even the one you haven't hear yet) - you're getting... (read more)

Artists in this story: AZITA

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AS SUMMER APPROACHES, PREPARE FOR BITCHIN BAJAS

posted May 1st, 2013

Bitchin Bajas are back, baby! Their new album Bitchitronics, out July 16, 2013, is ready with the quickness we expect from the Chicago-based band - which is funny, since their area of mastery is that of synthetic ephemeral sonic languidity known more instinctively, inclusively (and let's face it, irresponsibly) as drone music. Basically, they make slow music at a fast pace. Bitchitronics is their first record as a trio, blending new instruments into the mix of electric keys and posthuman tones and loops of... (read more)

Artists in this story: Bitchin Bajas

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SIX ORGANS OVER ITALY

posted April 29th, 2013

Lately, the Drag City underground HMFQ has received strange sonics from the outer regions of the solar system. Since our satellite (overground antenna) is live, 24/7, ready for direct interface with intelligent, (ie, non-earthly) life at any moment, it's not really freaking us out too much. We get audio disruptions from asteroid showers, magnetic fields, space junk, and exploding planets on a regular basis, which keeps us on each other's toes and acutely dialed in; thus, it's with the greatest of ease that we recognize... (read more)

Artists in this story: Six Organs of Admittance

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IT'S A-HAPPENING! THE SOURCE FAMILY PREMIERES WITH SPECIAL EVENTS NATIONWIDE!

posted April 26th, 2013

Spring has sprung, and The Source Family naturally grows wild in the country! The Father Yod doc, about a peaceful hippie cult of spritual rock n' communal mayhem, healthy living, meditation and otherworldly practices all originating in a star-packed health-food restaurant in 1970s Hollywood, premieres at IFC Theater in New York beginning May 1st (get your tix here)! Leading up to it we've prepared nothing but Source Family mania for the coming weekend and for weeks into the future at premieres nationwide! Things get real... (read more)

Artists in this story: Father Yod

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SCOUTING THE LANDSCAPES: NIBLETT TOURS EUROPE

posted April 25th, 2013

Hott Drang - 2013 just might be alright after all. There is a new Scout Niblett record, and while we like the title, It's Up To Emma, we want to gently remind that it's also up to YOU, oh nameless, faceless (but never soulless) live music-loving fans of Scout Niblett! And that means of course, ALL y'all Scout fans (and what the heck, modern music fans in general), amiright? What ever do we mean? First and foremost know that it means that we... (read more)

Artists in this story: Scout Niblett

THE DRAG CITY NEWSLETTER APRIL 2013!!!!!

posted April 22nd, 2013

OPENING DAZE

Here comes the sun, anyone? Yes. The ice caps is melting once again - but this time, it means one simple, unsinister thing, and that is Spring. This time, we are not dying, but living anew! Spring, and pitchers and catchers alike are swinging. Spring: the promise of music is on the air, of music in the air - sounds blaring forth from windows and macs and cars and melting into the heat, and the congregation of the many (though, let's face it,... (read more)

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HISSING TOWARDS EUROPE!!!

posted April 22nd, 2013

Whoa, nature! Nothing like inertia to help things grow; ever since the release of Water On Mars, the intensely fuzz-soaked banger of a full length album out just a month ago, Purling Hiss have annihlistically replicated the album at crushing volumes across the USA for jovial young rockers and old heads in each town they've visited, moving bodies with their waves of affirming sound, then chilling out afterwards and signing body parts they didn't previously know existed (yet obliging like the glad partiers they... (read more)

Artists in this story: Purling Hiss

BUY YOUR WAY INTO THE SOURCE FAMILY TODAY!

posted April 18th, 2013

YaHoWha! People can't stop talking about The Source Family documentary! This most loving yet kinda insane cult too of the 1970s hippie cult scene, centered on Father Yod's electrifying teachings and larger than life persona, maintained a brief yet remarkable utopia in the early 70s on the back of their hip n' successful health food restaurant called, The Source. Things got a lot trippier than the vegan chow they served up to stars and castaways on a daily basis at the restaurant, as Father... (read more)

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SOPHIA MAKING WAVES AGAIN

posted April 18th, 2013

It's been just over a year since we first jumped Into The Waves, with a life boat full of songs from Sophia Knapp. Adrift the chops, we've seen a slew of video singles from the album and a smidgeon of live shows for lucky-few audiences across the US. The next week brings another one of those hyper-lucked out times, as Sophia plays two shows in the New York area around the release of a new 7" single, book-ending Record Store Day. Seriously, who... (read more)

Artists in this story: Sophia Knapp