Dead Confederate at Crowbar tonight and other news.

The breaking news: Orlando's The Future On Films In Space are now officially on board as direct support. That being said, The Beauvilles will be playing in the 2nd slot & Palantine will be opening this bad-boy up. And if that weren't enough... DJs Archaea & 2Critical (that's me) aka [the] Soft Rock Renegades will be playing Rock & Roll throughout the evening, out back, in the Crowbar courtyard.


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Dead Confederate - Goner


Dead Confederate - Heavy Petting


Also - I just found this... a live session on haveyouheard.net, including a cover of Sonic Youth's "Theresa's Sound World". Wow! This just makes me like these dudes even more, as this is a really great cover, but probably more importantly... a great cover choice!!! (Nothing bums me out more than bands choosing tired-ass / cliched-as-the-day-is-long shit to cover... yknow?)


Anyway, if you like Rock music... you don't wanna miss this show!!!


BONUS!!! Not sure if you already know, but Palantine rules. Check 'em out...


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Palantine - Dead Wreck


Palantine - Evil Genius


Seriously y'all, this is the weekend's essential show. Please come out & support!


Take a second to RSVP / invite your friends on Facebook if you want.

One of my favorite Rock bands of the last coupla years, these Georgia sons are playing a coupla one-off headlining gigs after a run of dates opening for the almighty Dinosaur Jr. (and a co-headlining European tour w/ A Place To Bury Strangers directly before that)... and we were lucky enough to land one!

I didn't get to see their set in support of Manchester Orchestra in late '08 @ Orpheum... but I do know they absolutely laid waste to a New World Brewery crowd, a day after their Langerado set earlier last year.

Their sound: an intoxicating blend of Alt-Country, Grunge, Psych, Etc; think My Morning Jacket meets Nirvana meets Pink Floyd. Sure, you'll dig their authentically southern (ie: slide geetars, trucker hats, unpretentious stage presence, etc.) vibe... but that's probably not what you'll focus on. Instead, you'll just get lost in the Rock.

Please keep reading - as there's breaking news, Smilemaker's poster (V.3!!!), mp3s & more after the jump...

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