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Monday, September 15, 2008

All Tomorrow's Parties live on WFMU

A couple of weeks ago we gave away 2 free tickets to All Tomorrow's Parties to a lucky reader. For those of you who can no longer physically withstand 3 consecutive days of music no matter how awesome it may be, have an aversion to standing on lines for hours at a time, have a hard time justifying $8 for watery domestic beer, or are just feeling bitter and angry because you didn't win the free tickets, we have a consolation prize for you...

WFMU will be broadcasting a very sizeable chunk of the goings-on over the airwaves and online, including Yo La Tengo, Polvo, Dinosaur Jr., Growing, Harmonia, Om, Mercury Rev, Lightning Bolt, Bob Mould, Low, Wooden Shjips, Silver Mt. Zion, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Spectrum, and more!

They haven't yet worked out an agreement with My Bloody Valentine, but you know how that goes.

UPDATED! Here's the broadcast schedule: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2008/09/atp-sets-broadc.html
Sweet.

2 comments:

ryan manning said...

the next night we ate whale

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