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Tonight in Rock: Tulsa, Dateh, Vosotros

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Photo of Meiko, who plays at the Knitting Factory tonight, by Koga/LAist for 'Meiko & Priscilla Ahn @ Hotel Cafe, 1/23 & 1/24/08'

What Made Milwaukee Famous finish up their Los Angeles tour playing along with Tulsa and the British Sea Power/Colourmusic bill moves over to Spaceland. On the Westside, there's only one choice to make and that is hip-hop violinist Paul Dateh at the Temple Bar (check out our interview with him including video). Over in Little Tokyo, Vosotros is having a record release party at LAND for their new album featuring 12 bands. You can get the music free on iTunes via their podcast (search "vosotros the lazy susan" and click on the image)

British Sea Power, Colourmusic, White Denim @ Spaceland
Mezzanine Owls 7" single release, The Mae Shi, Eagle and Talon, Frankel @ The Echo
(Mezzanine Owls Vid below)
Paul Dateh @ Temple Bar
Janet Jackson @ Virgin Megastore (Hollywood)
This Will Destroy You, What Made Milwaukee Famous, Tulsa @ Silverlake Lounge
Meiko, Lowstars, AM, Kelly Dalton, Simon Lange, NK Band @ Knitting Factory
Vosotros Album Release @ LAND

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