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Thursday May 21 | via Arkansas Times
NEW ATLANTA: Slang plays at Stickyz with The Dangerous Idiots, The Federalis and The Hacking 8 p.m. Thursday, $5. Whether you've noticed it or not, Butler Center Books, the publishing division of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, has for several years now been quietly releasing an impressively expansive series documenting from all angles the culture, habits and history of the Natural State, with serious volumes on Central High, the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, the Razorbacks, Delta folktales, Sonny Burgess, the Clintons, the Black River, Civil War diaries and much more . Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via Stereogum
It's kind of miraculous at this late date, but somehow Tanlines are finding ways to make album rollouts fun. First they turned their website into a funny Netflix parody , and this Wednesday they're streaming their new album Highlights via conference call. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via BroadwayWorld.com
Philadelphia's Hop Along release their highly anticipated sophomore full-length album Painted Shut on Saddle Creek today! With accolades from NPR, NY Magazine's Vulture, SPIN, Pitchfork, Village Voice and more, the record is available at the Saddle Creek Online Store, iTunes, Amazon and independent record stores everywhere. Captivating stories of desperation and weary awakening and fuzzed out grunge guitar riffs are playfully stitched together by charismatic frontwoman Frances Quinlan. Comment?
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