Sea Field Of Elephants @ Ruta Maya

Up and coming Austin band Sea Field of Elephants are showcasing their talents on Saturday evening (8/9) at Ruta Maya in Austin Texas. The show cover is only $5 and includes a free copy of the band’s new EP. Things get kick started at 6pm and go until 9pm with several other bands playing with the Elephants. Read more about Sea Fields of Elephants and hear more tunes on their myspace page. A preview of the song is below with a song called “See Field of Elephants”.

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Download: Sea Field of Elephant – See Fields of Elephants [MP3]

I’m From Barcelona

I’m From Barcelona, creators of our favorite video of the last few years “We’re From Barcelona” off one of the best albums of 2006 Let Me Introduce My Friends. have some new music for you pop geeks out there.  First song “Paper Planes” has a video you can watch on youtube and can also be streamed on the band’s myspace page.  Another song, “Music Killed Me” can be had with a real (or fake) email address on the I’m From Barcelona wesbite.  “Paper Planes” sounds like it could belong on the band’s 2006 release but “Music Killed Me” sees a totally new direction for the Swedes.  Both songs appear on the band’s newest Who Killed Harry Houdini? out Sep. 24th in the UK and Oct. 14th stateside.

New Music From The Bellfuries

Austin’s own The Bellfuries recently put out an album earlier this summer entitled Palmyra. We didn’t know much about this band at the time but have started to put the new album on heavy rotation in the ATH offices.  Below is a track off that album called “Give It, Get It” that’s one of our favorites of the year.  You can hear some other songs off Palmyra over on the band’s myspace page.

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Download: The Bellfuries – Give It Get It [MP3]

New Music From Man/Miracle

A new song by Oakland boys Man/Miracle has been flooding the internet/blog world today. The new song “Pushing and Shoving” is so catchy, I couldn’t resist posting it to our site. “Pushing and Shoving” appears on a new 7″ vinyl Pushing and Shoving/You’ve Got a Hold on Me that you can pre-order from the Big Cartel website.

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Download: Man/Miracle – Pushing and Shoving [MP3]

Titus Andronicus @ Mohawk (8/8)

Recently pitchfork hyped band Titus Andronicus will be playing Mohawk tomorrow evening with local Austin act The Midgetmen. The show is set to start at 8pm with tickets costing you only $6. Head over to the Transmission Entertainment website to buy yourself some tickets for the show. You can also preview the tracks “My Time Outside the Womb” from Titus Andronicus & “Trickle Down” From The Midgetmen below.

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Download: Titus Andronicus – My Time Outside the Womb [MP3]

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Download: Midgetmen – Trickle Down [MP3]

Free EP From Richard Swift

Singer-songwriter Richard Swift has a free EP you can download from Emusic called Ground Trouble Jaw. If you’re one of thoe impatient types, we have the song “Would You?” from the EP below for you to stream and or download.  You can read more about Richard and his innovative music on his website.

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Download: Richard Swift – Would You [MP3]

More New Kings Of Leon

Kings of Leon have another new song called “Sex on fire” you can check out on the band’s myspace page.  The song will appear on the King’s new album Only by the Night set for release later in September.  The band also has some new tour dates they just posted to their website with a stop at Austin’s own Music Hall on the list. Tickets will go on sale August 15th for the event.  We’ll post ya a reminder again closer to the sale date.

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