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Parts & Labor to release new album on Jagjaguar in 2011

Jagjaguwar announced yesterday the forthcoming release of Constant Future, the fifth full-length album by Brooklyn's Parts & Labor, available in the U.S. on March 8 and in the U.K. on March 7. The band, featured on the cover of the 11th NYC issue of The Deli back in 2007 (side picture) can be called a sui generis totem of modern art-punk. Their last release, 2008’s Receivers, saw Parts & Labor blasting off in all directions and creating collage art from hundreds of fan-curated samples.The new album, co-produced by Dave Friedman of Flaming Lips' fame in his Tarbox Road Studios in Casadega, NY, promises to be one of the sonic events of 2011. 
Parts & Labor also took part in a recent fundraiser for The Voice Project organization which raises money to support the peace movement in Uganda. As part of the fundraiser Parts & Labor performed a cover of No Age's "Life Prowler" from their new album Everything in Between.

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From Our Open Blog: The Window Theatre and Carbon Tigers Video Trailer

The Window Theatre and Carbon Tigers teamed up with Katz Company and Late In The Playoffs to shoot a movie-trailer style video-flier for their upcoming double EP release party at Subterranean on December 11th. The trailer features members of each band as its characters. Show is at 10PM. Cover is $10. Show is 17+. Special thanks to Nino Cutraro and Nicole Mayhew for their roles in filming/editing the trailer. Those who buy presale tickets will be entered into a raffle for a free iPod containing music from The Window Theatre, Carbon Tigers, and Katz Company.

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From Our Open Blog: Color Card

Color Card, a local act of Chicago, is releasing their first official work entitled Zegary. Recorded entirely by the band in their own space, it creates a dreamy atmosphere directed by deliberate percussive elements. The physical release date for the EP is Jan 11th, 2011 which features art by Shawn Ballarin. They intend to perform this new material at upcoming shows. This five-song EP can be heard, downloaded, and purchased from their bandcamp page. but you can also keep up to date with what they are doing by checking out their myspace or follow them on twitter.

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Houses vs. CWL

Houses have been remixed by one of the best in the business, Cassettes Won't Listen. CWL went to work on the track "Soak It Up" which appears their debut album All Night, October 19 via Lefse.

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The War on Drugs Belated EP Release Party at KFN Dec. 9

Psychedelic folk rockers The War on Drugs will be celebrating a belated EP release party tonight at Kung Fu Necktie. Their latest EP Future Weather follows in the experimental vein of their past efforts with waves of reverb on, well, everything. The songs do not drone as much as groove into an almost hypnotic state that various guitar and harmonica tracks cut through sounding like spacey whale calls. Frontman Adam Granduciel recently returned from tour as a member of Kurt Vile’s Violators, and wrote on their website about spending some time in the studio with The War on Drugs bassist Dave Hartley where they worked on their seemingly unfinishable album. Fortunately, this new EP should tide fans over while they crawl toward the completion of their second LP. Granduciel has a passion for pushing the boundaries of sound and plunging head first into sonic journeys making the Americana overtones only the first step in the creation of The War on Drugs tracks. Come check them out at this intimate performance before they head off to Europe and inevitably hole up to complete their upcoming album. The War on Drugs will be joined by Michael Johnson’s Ape School to open up the festivities. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $8, 21+ - Adam G. (not Granduciel)

Comin' Through by The War on Drugs 

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