Free MP3 Downloads From Darker My Love: “Trail The Line” And “Little Hands”

Darker My Love

We can’t wait to see Darker My Love return to Madison after opening for the Dandy Warhols’ Barrymore performance last year.  This time they’re on tour with Delta Spirit, heading to the High Noon Saloon for their show on November 18 (tickets here).

If you’re a fan of bands like Spacemen 3, The Black Angels, The Warlocks, My Bloody Valentine, and Brian Jonestown Massacre, then you’ll definitely want to check out the swirling, psychedelic, shoegaze rock of Darker My Love…


Darker My Love – “Trail The Line”

Darker My Love – “Little Hands” (Skip Spence cover)


Free MP3 Download From The Weepies: “I Was Made For Sunny Days”

The Weepies

If you’re into artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Lisa Loeb, Simon & Garfunkel, Luna, Meiko, Rosie Thomas, or Joshua Radin, may we suggest that you treat your ears to the whimsical folk-inspired twee sounds of The Weepies this Thursday, October 28th at the High Noon Saloon?  You can pick up your tickets to the show right here.   In the meantime, take a listen to this free downloadable track from the band:

FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD: The Weepies – “I Was Made For Sunny Days”


Tonight’s Madison Concert: Yo La Tengo’s Set Times (1.23.10)

Yo La Tengo

We’re heading down to the Barrymore in a few hours and hopefully you will be too!  Here are the set times for tonight’s show:

Times New Viking plays at 8:00, followed by a 2 hour (whew!)  Yo La Tengo set, begining at 9:00.

Remember, those of you who want to get a second show under your belt tonight should save your Yo La Tengo ticket stub and head over to the High Noon Saloon after the Barrymore show.  Your ticket gets you 1/2 off the cover to see The Hood Internet!

Artist You Should Know: CunninLynguists

The CunninLynguists play the High Noon Saloon tomorrow night, December 4th, 2009!  The show starts at 10pm, don’t miss out! Tickets are still available at the High Noon Box Office (608-268-1122). Read on for more information and MP3 sample!

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