A few things of note on a quiet Thursday:
— Looks like Thunder Power has the auspicious honor of being the first Nebraska band accepted at South by Southwest 2010, according to this list on the SXSW site. Congrats. I intend to attend SXSW again this year, if I can find a decent hotel (and it looks like all the ones downtown are already sold out).
— More Cursive/Kasher interviews keep going online, including this one at offbeat.com and this one at Gainesville.com. As FYI, tickets are still available for the Dec. 13 Cursive show in conjunction with the Lash Larue Toy Drive. Get them while you can.
— While I’m thinking of it, Brimstone Howl has a live in-store performance scheduled for tomorrow (Friday) at 6 p.m. at Drastic Plastic, 1209 Howard. You should go. It’s free.
— Pretty dead tonight show-wise. O’Leaver’s is hosting The Answer Team with Rock Paper Dynamite and The Half Hearts. $5, 9:30 p.m.
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