Just placed online, an interview with Magnolia Electric Co.’s Jason Molina (read it here). It’s brief. The reason: The publicist sent me a link to Molina’s Pitchfork interview, which couldn’t have been more comprehensive. I read it and thought, ‘What more is there to ask?’ So my few questions, delivered via e-mail, focus on Molina’s Nebraska connections, Mike Mogis and Roy Orbison. Check it out, and check out the show this Sunday at The Waiting Room with No Blood Orphan.
Here’s an early head’s up about an impressive outdoor show this Saturday as part of Dundee Days. The gig, which will be performed in the parking lot next to Blue Line Coffee, has a line-up that includes:
Outlaw Con Bandana
I’m told Dario’s is one of the event’s sponsors, so expect a beer garden with a good selection of Belgian brews. When does it begin and what’s it cost? I don’t know. The band lineup has been posted on the Foreign Elfest myspace page. In fact, that’s the only place online that I’ve seen this show mentioned. If it takes place at the same time as Dundee Days’ always-lame rock show, there could be some sound-quality issues, as Dundee Days’ stage is super-loud (and located right across from Trovato’s). I’ll post more when I find out more.
Speaking of shows, tonight at The Waiting Room the always-entertaining Filter Kings are taking the stage, along with glam punkers The Designer Drugs, The Deformities and The Goddamn Rights. $7, 9 p.m.
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