Thanks to Short and Sweet NYC and The Musebox, you can finally experience the type of Austrian culture you've always wanted: Great food and great music!
Win two tickets to see renowned Austrian multi-instrumentalist and experimental jazz composer Christian Muthspiel perform at the New York Austrian Cultural Forum on March 1st. Along with the tickets, youâ€™ll also receive a $50 gift certificate from Kinski where you can enjoy some of the finest authentic Austrian cuisine in the Lower East Side.
To enter go here.
Red Pens are set to play at Pianos tomorrow night (Friday Feb 26th) with Radical Sons, Right On Dynamite and Voytek and the most excellent folks at Greenshoelace are giving away two tickets and their latest CD!
If you don't know how good Red Pens are: Step one is to read this article from For The Beat which should convince you, and Step two is to go to the show and see for yourself! So enter away here!
AOL Music, has launched 'Listening Parties' for the new albums from The Brian Jonestown Massacre (Who Killed Sgt. Pepper?) and Sambassadeur (European).
These two great albums are available tomorrow the 23rd February and have been getting rave reviews.
â€œStunning! Under the influence of Eastern, Eastern European and electronic music the band wield their neo-psychedelic skills like rock â€™nâ€™ roll samurai.â€ – MONTREAL MIRROR (its their â€˜Disc of the Weekâ€™)
â€œTwo years in the making, the blurb boasts that this is the album which will expose Sambassadeur's true talent to the world. And that's not all hype, either. European is a beautifully put-together album that's consistently melodic and charming from start to finish.â€ â€“ Unreality Shout
Fans can click on the following links to stream the albums in their entirety!
Who Killed Sgt. Pepper?
Let's be honest – school isn't for everyone. Dinosaur Bones, for example, chose music over post-secondary nightmares, and Spinner wholeheartedly gives them props. Read the full interview here, just don't blame us if you get the sudden urge to drop those textbooks.
Kae Sun has decided to help out the millions of people affected by the earthquake in Haiti by performing at a benefit concert next Saturday, February 27th in Montreal. Proceeds will be going towards helping those who truly need it, so swing by and dig deep. Check the flyer below for more details.