Tuesday, September 18

AUGIE MARCH

A few songs tonight from Aussie folk-rockers AUGIE MARCH. The slow-builder "One Crowded Hour" led off my Best of August mix, while "Just Passing Through" looks promising for Best of September. "Song in the Key of Chance," meanwhile, found a place on my mix CD "Indie-licious" on October 3, 2004. That must mean that I liked it (on October 3, 2004, at the very least).

AUGIE MARCH on MySPACE.

AUGIE MARCH in North America >>>

20th Sept 07 Great Scott/Boston, MA

21st Sept 07 Rock N Roll Hotel/Washington, DC
22nd Sept 07 Lee's Place/Toronto, ONT
24th Sept 07 Magic Stick/Detroit, MI
25th Sept 07 Schuba's Tavern/Chicago, IL
26th Sept 07 Varsity Theater/Minneapolis, MN
28th Sept 07 Larimer Lounge/Denver, CO
1st Oct 07 Richards on Richards/Vancouver, BC
2nd Oct 07 Crocodile Cafe/Seattle, WA
3rd Oct 07 Fir Lounge/Portland, OR
5th Oct 07 Slim's/San Francisco, CA
6th Oct 07 DETOUR FESTIVAL - CITY HALL/LOS ANGELES, CA

From the LP MOO, YOU BLOODY CHOIR, 2006 >>>
[
MP3] "One Crowded Hour"
[
MP3] "Just Passing Through"

From the LP STRANGE BIRD, 2004 >>>
[
MP3] "Song in the Key of Chance"

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you dig augie, u might dig eskimo joe. they're australian too.

www.myspace.com/eskimojoemusic

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No you wont!!!!! Eskimo Joe are terrible, pop, scenesters. They are so many leagues below Augie March on all levels. I feel violated that someone would even suggest these two bands in the same sentence!

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you did augie you will probably NOT like Eskimo Joe. I agree with last commentator that it is a strange analogy

7:22 AM  
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