Thursday, September 2, 2010

Advance Notice. Free Interpol show at Space 15 Twenty.

It's a pretty defining moment for the NYC band Interpol right now. Not only are they getting ready to release their fourth album, a self-titled one that's highly anticipated for having promised a return to the basics, but they're doing it after a major line-up change--bassist Carlos D left the band in May.

All this makes for a good case to go see Interpol live, immediately, and Space 15 Twenty is giving you that chance. The (new) band is performing next Tuesday for one hour only in the parking lot of the Hollywood spot, for FREE. All you have to do if preorder the album now, at any of the participating retailers (including Amoeba, Origami Vinyl and Fingerprints), to get a wristband into the show. You can also order the album online at Matador Records, but you have to remember to put "LA OUTSTORE" in the comments section.

What's the outlook for Interpol's future? Here's your chance to find out.

Interpol will be performing from 7-8pm next Tuesday at Space 15 Twenty, located at 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd. in Hollywood.

-- Chau Tu

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