Sorry if things have been a little slow around here this afternoon--just preparing this week's no doubt delightful dead tree edition of DC9 at Night is all. Don't fret: Things should pick up plenty tomorrow with a couple of mp3s, giveaways and kickass videos to share with the faithful.
In the meantime, a reminder: With it being the first Monday of the month and all, that means I'll be donning my Playlister P cap and heading off to The Libertine tonight to spin the best in local music as part of my monthly there called The Local Hang. Things kick off at right around 10 p.m. and go until close.
On tonight's playlist (along with much, much more) are new tracks from Damaged Good$, Sleep Whale, Abacus, The Lash Outs, The Crash That Took Me, Seryn and others--plus plenty of other favorites, both relatively new and blatantly, um, not. Should make for a good time--at least as good as last month's debut attempt, which, really, was quite a blast. Well, for me at least.
And, and not that I'm not already swimming in albums already, but if you've got something you know you want heard, feel free to pass it along my way and I'll see what I can do about making sure it gets played (maybe)--if not at tonight's event then perhaps at one down the line.
See you there, yeah?
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