Tuesday, August 15, 2006

24 Days or 3 1/2 weeks untill
the Dally in the alley

Today post of new outside in the 313

in Major singing News Capitol Records have sing a andor indie act pitchfork Media reported that they sing the NYC Band Interpol so there next record will be on the lable after there First two alblum was on Matador Records but there contact was up after there released Antics which made the best album list of 2004.(and remember most major lable deal with new bands are mostly two album).

This is Capitol Records latest add after singing UK grim rapper Lily Allen just a few weeks ago, here New album will be out in early 2007.

And speaking about Lily Allen she have book here first (and Only) US gig it will be October 14th at the one and only Troubadord in LA

well the tracklisting is out for Beck New Album The Information, which is due October 3 on Interscope, as reported on the music Blogs that the disc will be packaged with a DVD featuring videos for each song, and was produced by Nigel Godrich.

01 Elevator Music
02 Think I'm in Love
03 Cell Phone's Dead
04 Nausea
05 Soldier Jane
06 Strange Apparition
07 Dark Star
08 Movie Theme
09 We Dance Alone
10 No Complaints
11 1000 BPM
12 Motorcade
13 The Information
14 New Round
15 Horrible Fanfare/Landslide/Exoskeleton

no US tour yet the only US date is Download Festival at Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA on September 30th.

Starz Movie Channel will air rock n roll docs (which are my fave) begin on Aug. 28 and will air on the Last Monday in the Month and it will begiin with Drive Well, Sleep Carefully: On the Road with Death Cab for Cutie, Then on Sept. 25 documentary on Low, On Oct. 30 ,They Might Be Giants' film, Gigantic, and it a good spoof of thouse ken burn docs, Nov. 27 they will show Finisterre that explores London's music scene and is scored by Saint Etienne, and on X-mas day Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek (Part 1)other films to be shown on 2007 Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek (Part 2), Guided by Voices: The Electrifying Conclusion, and Ted Leo: Dirty Old Town.


Mainly sunny - High 82*F

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