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The Local Show with No Bird Sing and Doomtree

The Local Show for November 10, 2013
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On this weekend's Local Show, David Campbell talks with Doomtree about their upcoming ninth Blowout at First Avenue. No Bird Sing will also perform in the studios in support of their new album Definition Sickness.

Andrea Swensson has updates on the recent GRRRL PRTY release show, as well as upcoming documentaries about Charlie Parr and Grant Hart airing at the Sound Unseen Festival.

We'll continue our new 7" and 7 segment featuring a 7" from The Chancellors and their take on "Little Latin Lupe Lu."



Trampled By Turtles

Night Watch


Walking Away

Information Society

Go! feat. Joell Ortiz, Slug and Maya Azucena


Jesus Told You

First Communion Afterparty



If I Could

Kara Laudon


Fathom Lane

The Grand Experiment


Whose Name


Dead Art Painting

MaLLy and Last Word

Opposites Attract




Little Latin Lupe Lu

The Chancellors

Highwayman feat. Dave Simonett and Erik Koskinen

The Pines

Letting Me Out

Grant Hart


Charlie Parr

Fashionable Cannibal (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

No Bird Sing

Apogee feat. Aby Wolf (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

No Bird Sing

Freedom Slave (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

No Bird Sing

Angel, Please

The Hang Ups

I Love You

Herman Jones

One Propeller

Very Small Animal

Lonely Street

Mason Jennings

No Bird Sing performs for The Local Show

It's been two years since No Bird Sing stopped by The Current studios, and a lot has changed in that time. The trio is releasing new record "Definition Sickness" on their new label home Strange Famous Records, Joe Horton started hip-hop collective FIX with Kill The Vultures and Kristoff Krane and drummer Graham O'Brien built Bellows studio in downtown St. Paul.

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