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Beat Radio 10/4/08

Hey Everyone,
Hope all is well.  I wanted to let you know we have a new 3 song EP called Sunday Matinee and we’ve made it available as a free download at beatradio.org:
Hope you like it.  We’ll be celebrating Saturday night with a rad show at the Delancey in NYC, which is part of a great series of shows called Love is Noise Pop 2008.  Here is the Info:
Saturday, October 4 @ The Delancey
w/ Beat Radio, Herman the Great, Audn, The Soundscapes, and Quiet Loudly
The Delancey is located at 168 Delancey Street, New York, NY.
the show starts at 8, Beat Radio is on at 10:30 pm.
Here are some reviews of the new EP!
“I made you a mixtape/ Okay, it’s not a tape at all/ But it’s full of sad songs/ that make summer feel like fall”.  Thus begins “Teenage Anthems For The Drunken Boat”, the first song from Beat Radio‘s Sunday Matinee EP, a three-song vignette of lo-fi indie pop, sparse electronics, a thriving backbeat and the lyrics and tonal embodiment of all these things in singer-songwriter Brian Sendrowitz.  The songs make us coo and take deep breaths, the kind of feeling we get when a masterpiece is witnessed.  Much like genre forefathers like Luna or Moonbabies, the joy is just from listening, even if there’s more sadness than joy within the songs themselves.  With the changing of seasons full upon us these days, we welcome Beat Radio into our arms, like a just-finished scarf or a steamy cup of hot chocolate.” The Culture of Me
Beat Radio is one of those undiscovered gems that’ll leave you scratching your head, wondering how they’ve hid under the radar for so long. Led by the very talented Brian Sendrowitz, the pseudo-folk/pop band squeezes nostalgia and regret into delightfully addictive music, the kind of tunes you can grow old to. The band just released Sunday Matinee, a free three song EP, which delivers in every way imaginable. Before listening, I suggest heading over to our first post about Beat Radio, and checking out their staple track, “Treetops.” Trust me here — this is a band to cherish. Mike Frankel, Limewire Music Blog
Hope to see you guys saturday!!
all the best,
brian

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