Monday, September 13, 2010


Darlings "Big Girl" Download: Click here.

Grandchildren "Saturn Returns" Download: Click here

Grandchildren Live:
09/14 – The Grind at Clark University – Worcester, MA (w/ Dum Dum Girls)
09/20 – First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, PA (w/ No Age)
10/08 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA (w/ Special Guests)
10/18 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO (w/ Seabear)
10/19 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT (w/ Seabear)
10/20 – Neurolux – Boise, ID – (w/ Seabear)
10/23 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR (w/ Seabear)
10/25 – Independent – San Franciso, CA (w/ Seabear)
10/26 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, CA (w/ Seabear)
10/27 – Casbah – San Diego, CA (w/ Seabear)

Twin Shadow "Slow" Download: Click here

Darlings Bio:
Darlings are a band started by four friends in the front room of a fifth-floor walkup on Bleecker Street in New York City. It was 2007, and the group was about to be spit out from college into the real world without jobs or goals. So they picked up guitars. Spearheaded by singer/guitarist Peter Rynsky, they spent their few waning hours without responsibility banging out beer-soaked anthems of reckless abandon until the neighbors living below drummer Matt Solomon and bassist Joe Tirabassi’s apartment would call to complain. Along with guitarist/singer Maura Lynch, the group built their reputation from the ground up, steadily making a name for themselves at house parties and barely legal venues. The band released their debut album Yeah I Know on Famous Class Records in 2009. The New York Times called it "a splash of lo-fi elegance." KEXP called it "insanely catchy." Most people just think it's fun. This is a band that can define an adolescence and make a quarter-life crisis completely enjoyable. Perhaps Dusted Magazine described their music best: "Whether you grew up on the Stones, the Replacements, Pavement or the Thermals, its sloppy exuberance will resonate like an old photo of a putatively simpler time."Big Girl" is from Darlings' upcoming EP Warma, out this Fall from Famous Class Records.

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