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Smith Westerns Weekend

The Smith Westerns have released a video for their track "Weekend" which appears on their sophomore LP, Dye It Blonde, which will be released on Fat Possum on Jan. 18.

The band will be performing at Empty Bottle on Feb. 26th.

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Labor of Love; Beats and Blogs

We are less than a week away from the show to end all shows, the Beats and Blogs show at Subt on 12/18. The show features performances by Hollows, Rabble Rabble, Radar Eyes, and White Mystery. Doors open at 10pm and tickets are $10.

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In Tall Buildings' New Video

In Tall Buildings have released a video for their track "The Way To A Monster’s Lair". The video was shot as part of Kyle Orbit's Giant System series, but was released early to help further promote the band's self-titled debut album which was released in April on Whistler Records.

The band will be performing at Schubas' Tomorrow Never Knows on January 12th.

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Campfires' Chasing Planets

Campfires have released a new track called "Chasing Planets". This seems to be the perfect time of year for Campfires. The band plans to release a full-length album next year.

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Houses for the Hoilday

Not to double up on Houses, but this just came into the ol' inbox. Houses, Dexter Tortoriello and Megan Messina, have released a holiday song called "This Is War", and an accompanying video. This is what Dexter had to say about the song. "Holiday songs are often about snow, gifts or family - all of which are happy and nice - but when you stop and think about it, most holidays are based around very serious events. Christmas is, at its core, a recognition of the birth of one of the most famous and controversial figures in history. His birth and life are a truly incredible story in themselves, regardless of your personal beliefs. The song is about that very first Christmas day."

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