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sxsw06mar1

SXSW 2006 Rundown

Show Date: March 15, 2006

South by Southwest, where have you been all my life? If I believed in an afterlife, this is what my idea of heaven would be: endless days and nights with no greater concerns than caffeine, alcohol, and indie rock. Except there would be fewer lines, and more cabs. I can't believe a world where so […]

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twogallants06mar

What The Toll Tells

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For Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel of San Francisco's Two Gallants, touring is life. At least lately. This twosome seems forever on the road, sharing their distinctive music with rapidly growing audiences throughout the country. Their sophomore release What The Toll Tells is the stunning product of this relentless tour schedule. Crafted and honed on […]

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saddlecreekKatrina06jan

Lagniappe: A Saddle Creek Benefit for Hurricane Katrina

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Lagniappe was born from the Omaha-based Saddle Creek label of artists witnessing the absolute horror resulting from the decimation of New Orleans last autumn, and how the terror affected people all over the Greater Gulf. Every penny paid for this thirteen song united effort goes to Red Cross relief funds. Charity is a beautiful thing, […]

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stellastarrHS05sept

The Imaginary Live Show Rundown

Show Date: September 22, 2005

Featuring stellastarr*, Two Gallants, NW Film Forum Anniversary, Sameer Shukla, The Pharmacy and more. {as of September 22, 2005} Last Saturday's {September 17, 2005} stellastarr* show was a packed one at the ole Chop Suey. This is a good sign for our band from NYC, especially considering it was the same night as the KEXP […]

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twogs05Feb

Imaginary Interview: Two Gallants

Serendipity — "The faculty of making happy and unexpected discoveries by accident as well as the fact or an instance of such a discovery." When I think of the Two Gallants, a vastly talented twosome from San Francisco, serendipity promptly surges to mind. My first encounter with the Gallants was in itself quite serendipitous. I […]

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