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Head for the Hills | Wow Hall | Eugene, OR | 11/4/2011

Head for the Hills headlined the Wow Hall in Eugene, Oregon on November 4th, 2011.  Two great bands, Fruition and Dead Winter Carpenters, opened the show.  Grateful Web is happy to announce we have the archives up for all

Dead Winter Carpenters | Wow Hall | Eugene, OR | 11/4/2011

Dead Winter Carpenters, with Fruition and Head for the Hills all played the Wow Hall in Eugene, Oregon earlier this month.  Grateful Web was fortuante enough to stream all 3 sets.   Here is DWC's set. Hope you enjoy.

Fruition | Wow Hall | Eugene, OR | 11/4/2011

Fruition opened the Wow Hall show, followed by Dead Winter Carpenters and headliners: Head for the Hills.  Hope you enjoy the webcast.  Look for more Grateful Webcasts soon...

Architecture in Helsinki Drop Surreal Video for “Contact High”

Architecture in Helsinki have released the surreal video for their new single “Contact High.” Since premiering the song a few weeks ago, “Contact High” has been praised throughout the blogosphere for being “absurdly catchy” – as Prefix Mag put it.

They Might Be Giants Video Feat. Street-Fighting Rip Torn, Released Today!

They Might Be Giants released the new video for album single “Can’t Keep Johnny Down” today! The video, which premiered with New York Magazine, is a cinematic behemoth featuring Rip Torn as a hot sauce chugging, bare-knuckled street fighter.

Ben Lear's Lillian

Ben Lear is the son of TV icon and activist Norman Lear (All in the Family, The Jeffersons) who recently released an album called Lillian.  It's both a love story, and a cautionary tale about plastic pollution in our oceans... set to epic, orchestral indie folk (think Sufjan Stevens).