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Topic: Roadside Graves

Khalamoo, y’all!

A festival and a CD release for your weekend enjoyment

Summer is here, so that means festivals, parties and staying out late. Here’s two more things to do if nothing in this week’s Gazette piqued your fancy. (What’s wrong with you?)

Oklahoma City clothing company Of New Astronomy is holding a festival Saturday and Sunday at Norman’s Hidden Castle, 1309 SW 24th. The Khalamoo Festival (scramble it up) will feature 20+ local and touring punk, rock and hardcore bands. Die to Yourself and Beyond Our Skies headline Saturday, while Teeth Like Lions, A Past Unknown and Outline in Color head up Sunday’s offerings. Get the full schedule here.

OKC rapper Warrbuckss drops “#fuckurmixtape” 10 p.m. tonight at The Dugout, 10909 N. May. The man himself will perform, as well as Nada Problem, L Smooth, Rob Vader, Jook Mode and more. The first 100 through the door paying cover get a copy of the CD for free! You can preview the tunes here.

While you’re here, grab these MP3s:

“Summer Home” — Typhoon. Acoustic guitars, horns, strings, a choir? Portland sends its love.
“Love Me More” — Roadside Graves. Down-home gospel warmth meets indie-pop reserve.
“Blacklight Horses” — Matt Bauer. Sometimes even a whisper can grab you by the throat.
“Trials” — Southerly. Sonorous piano leads this flowing instrumental.
by Stephen Carradini 06.10.2011 3 years ago
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