There's always that one thing that makes the week great, even though it's barely begun. This week, it comes courtesy of Houston Music Examiner David Sadof's three-part playlist for Sarah Palin's resignation. The Texas Heat Music Festival's goose was cooked, says 29-95. Thought things were slow over on Weworemasks, then these remixes (Jay Z, Kid Cudi, E-40, etc.) came up. Post-holiday Mondays are always the worst. That probably explains the Black Heart Procession MP3 in Dryvetyme's Media Monday list. Need something to do this Thursday? Young Mammals kickoff a tour at Mango's. IndieHouston has the details. Hands Up Houston delivers two bits of good news: An early warning for Mathletes' album-release gig next month, and Golden Cities' first local show after the band's recent tour this Sunday. Alice In Chains is releasing a new album?! Houston Music Examiner says WTF too. Cocaine Blunts is keeping the excitement over Wale fresh in everyone's mind. In case you haven't heard it, Space City Rock has a local mixtape featuring the majority of H-town's most talented. Check it out.
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