Watch This: The Hussy Covers “Studs In Love”

The Hussy

Noisey just premiered The Hussy‘s rad new Shane Shane-directed video for their cover of Digital Leather‘s “Studs In Love,” from the bands’ recently-released split 12″.

Check it out below, and be sure to grab your tickets to see the local punk heroes open up the September 18 Black Lips show at the High Noon Saloon with King Khan & BBQ Show!

Throwback Thursday: The Black Lips

Black Lips

The walls of the High Noon Saloon will soon shake with the fury of everyone’s favorite “bad kids,” The Black Lips, but if you’re having as hard of a time waiting for their September 18 show to roll around as we are, we invite you to take a trip back in time and re-live some of the explosive, incredible moments from the last time they tore it up here in town back in 2010.

 

Free Mp3 Downloads From This Weekend’s Artists: Har Mar Superstar, Solid Gold, The Black Lips, and Camera Obscura

Har Mar Superstar

Happy Friday, Madison!  To get your weekend started a little early, we’re offering a few songs for download from some of the artists performing in town over the next couple days.  If you like what you hear, follow the links below to grab tickets to these killer shows.

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HAR MAR SUPERSTAR

Free mp3 download: “Don’t Look Back Into The Sun” – Har Mar Superstar

Friday, April 2 @ The Annex

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Just Announced Madison Shows: Black Lips, Trampled By Turtles, Leslie & The LYs, Kaki King, That 1 Guy, Quasi

Leslie and the LYs

Ahhh!  This spring’s concert lineup is getting better and better!  We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve just added Black Lips, Trampled By Turtles, Leslie & The LYs, Kaki King, That 1 Guy, and Quasi to our Music Calendar.  Read on to get the details…

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Pitchfork: Reflections From Hipster Mecca

Flaming Lips

“How about a cheer for all those bad girls/And all the boys that play that rock and roll/They love it like you love Jesus/It does the same thing to their souls” — Tom Petty

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Music festivals can be compared to something of a religious exchange.  Really.  Just think about it.  How much of yourself are you willing to sacrifice to your music gods in return for a blissful, out-of-this-world live spectacle?  Would you fry yourself under the unforgiving midsummer sun for hours on end?  Would you brave the untold terrors of the port-a-pottys (yikes), or the critical gazes of ever-so-ironic hipster brigade?

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