The Roadside Graves Featured On Pitchfork!

HA! Looks like someone at Pitchfork has been reading Pop Headwound. Well, maybe, maybe not, but either way - Congrats to The Roadside Graves! There song “Radio” was featured earlier today with a very favorable review in the Forkcast section, with a link to their myspace where the song is streaming. I’ve been a fan of the band since I first heard their actual debut - If Shacking Up Is All You Want To Do - last year. I don’t know if that album is still in print or not, but if you go to see the band this Saturday night in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Earth at The Trash Bar maybe you can get a copy. And while you’re doing that get a copy of No One Will Know Where You’ve Been (HERE), the recently released (“debut”) record via Kill Buffalo Records that I reviewed earlier this week (just scroll down a little or click HERE to read it) that features “Radio”, as well as “West Coast” and “Women In Black” (mp3s are with the review!)

Here’s the song that started it all for the Graves:

MP3 :: Song For A Dry State
(from If Shacking Up Is All You Want To Do)

Check out their website and myspace to hear more streaming music


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