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Bill Callahan – Drover

Bill Callahan has been around for some time creating some of the most inventive DIY folk recordings. This is the initial song off of his new album entitled Apocalypse released off of Drag City Records. In Drover he sings about embracing the west, leading cattle, and manning up to this wild wild country. [audio:http://unnecessaryumlaut.com/mp3/friday_041511/Bill-Callahan_Drover.mp3]

The Mission Creek Music Festival is back! KRUI will be hosting two shows at Mission Creek this year. Come Celebrate KRUI’s Birthday at Gabes on Monday March 28th: Rubblebucket – From Brooklyn, NY with a new record coming out in the Spring, “Rubblebucket sounds like a kaleidoscope looks — a continually changing pattern of ebullient … Continued

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Drew Ingersoll the Music Director for KRUI interviewed Dan Deacon prior to our website launch party on February 12th, 2011. This took place in the back seat of a car heading from the airport in Moline, IL to Iowa City, IA.

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Rank Artist Recording Label User Supplied Version 1 IRON AND WINE Kiss Each Other Clean Warner Bros. 2 SMITH WESTERNS Dye It Blond Fat Possum 3 TENNIS Cape Dory Fat Possum 4 NO JOY Ghost Blonde Mexican Summer 5 DESTROYER Kaputt Merge 6 ELVIS COSTELLO National Ransom Hear 7 DEERHOOF Deerhoof Vs. Evil Polyvinyl 8 … Continued

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By Rob Rodriguez Kiss Each Other Clean, offers a different sound than fans may be used to but still has the Samuel Beam eminence to it. The first thing you will notice is the rarity of the acoustic guitar, and the amount of traffic within the album. Each song contains multiple tracks featuring a variety … Continued

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