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Ticket Giveaway: White Rabbits at Radio Radio – Indianapolis

Tonight, Fountain Square’s Radio Radio will play host to White Rabbits. The four-piece Brooklyn dance-rock outfit is fresh off the release of its third LP Milk Famous. The release arrives on the back of the band’s buzz-worthy 2009 release It’s Frightening. Watch a live video of White Rabbits playing the album’s lead single “Heavy Metal” at Santa Monica’s KCRW below. Bloomington, IN up-and-comers The Broderick will lend their support. I recently caught these guys for the first time at The Melody Inn and was really impressed. Listen to “On the Canvas” below.


We are giving away two pairs of tickets to tonight’s show. Simply head over to Thought on Tracks’ Facebook or Twitter pages and share or retweet our status about the giveaway. Winners will be contacted at 2 PM, so act fast! This is sure to be a show that you will not want to miss.

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Thought on Tracks: Mix Tape 9


Dick Clark Tribute

Levon Helm “Atlantic City” (Bruce Springsteen cover)

Townes Van Zandt – “Waiting Around to Die”

Houndmouth – “Houston Train”


Waters – “Abridge My Love”

Wild Flag – “Future Crimes”

Ty Segall & White Fences – “I Am Not a Game”

Be Your Own Pet – “Becky”


Blondfire – “Where the Kids Are”

Pop Etc. – “Halfway to Heaven”

Of Monsters and Men – “From Finner”

Here We Go Magic – “Make Up Your Mind”


Fresh Track + Video: Annie Williams “Nevermind” feat. Gabriel Kelley & Robert Hardy

Come on Back to Me is the love child of a trio of Nashville, TN musicians. The five-track effort was released, for free, yesterday. Annie Williams, Gabriel Kelley and Robert Hardy recorded the album in Kelley’s RV on a single microphone. Hardy had this to say in a letter about the project:

We recorded these songs with one microphone, all live, over the course of a month in that RV. We pushed for full takes, lots of mistakes, and honest, real songs made with more love and laughter than I have ever experienced in my life. I don’t regret anything in my life, but I wish I started doing this long ago. Our good friend, Wes Bob, also came over and drank red wine, and then played pedal steel.

“Nevermind” is the only track on the release that features Williams on lead vocals. You may remember her voice from the Live & Reel video that we featured a while back. Check out the trailer for the album and stream “Nevermind” below. Download a free copy of Come on Back to Me via Bandcamp.

Written by Rob Peoni