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Saturna, SXSW & Scallywags March 26, 2007

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Saturna has a lot going on right now with the preparation for the release of Some Delicious Enemy, their debut full length CD, and upcoming summer tour.  A lot of other things have been happening as well. 

Saturna is pleased to announce that The Wichita City Paper is playing Just For Thrills on Scallywag Radio, their online radio station. 

Choose Interactive, the company that produced The Weathered Underground, had some kind words to say about our performances at SXSW.   Dany from Exitfare also mentioned he checked us out at SXSW.

And last but not least Bibe and Eurdi included Pop Rocks in their 10 mp3s post with other songs from Devendra Banhart, Lily Allen and The Rolling Stones.

 More exciting news coming soon . . .


Saturna SXSW Recap March 22, 2007

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Wow, SXSW is insane! You might be wondering why we didn’t write anything about it over the last few days and honestly, its because SXSW kicked our ass.  It was our first time playing SXSW and we didn’t really know what to expect, but now we’re hooked.  We met so many amazing people, saw tons of great bands and had the time of our lives.  We also got to hang out with a bunch of our friends that we didn’t know would be there.  We played both Friday and Saturday nights and shared the stage with The Lashes, Schoolyard Heroes, The Blakes, Rocket, Sirens Sister, and Aaron Mannino.  Both nights we played a showcase for the movie The Weathered Underground, which placed Saturna songs in both the film and on the soundtrack.  They also filmed our live show and will put some videos up for us on their site in the next couple of weeks, so you can check out the show too.  We got to see a few other bands like The Black Angels, Kings of Leon and more.

So, I could go on an on about SXSW and I actually did, so check out our myspace blog if you want to read the blow by blow account of our adventures.

Here’s a picture that kind of tells it all.  Thanks Dead Girl!

Saturna bring back Dead Girl to life

Saturna Rolling Along March 22, 2007

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Big thanks to The Steamroller, an indie music blog written by Worn Records in Vancouver, BC, for writing up Saturna on their blog.    They describe Pop Rocks saying, “This song first makes me think of The Kills, but way better. It starts with a great beat, followed by a wicked bass line that people could dance to, or just bop their heads.”   They also love Blanket of Stars and asked when Saturna was coming north.  Believe me, we love Vancouver and will try to make it as soon as possible.

 Check out the whole review here: http://www.wornrecords.ca/steamroller/2007/03/saturna-review.php

Radio Free Saturna March 20, 2007

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Not only has Saturna been getting recent airplay from KEXP, but both Pop Rocks and Blanket Of Stars have been added to rotation on Radio Free David, along with tracks from The Sky Project and In Theory.   In a blog post written last week, David wrote that he loved the variety and diversity he found on the EP “…All Night”.

Check out the whole review here: http://www.radiofreedavid.com/rfdblog/2007/the-sky-project-in-theory-saturna/

Saturna on KEXP March 19, 2007

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Saturna is excited to announce that Just For Thrills was played on the KEXP show Audio Oasis, last Saturday night.  Big thanks to Lisa Wood for making Saturna part of her show.

Saturna SXSW Party Details March 12, 2007

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Saturna are excited to be playing in Austin, TX this weekend.  Friday we go on at 7:25pm and Saturday we play at 8:15pm.   Check us out a special screening of Weathered Underground and some amazing bands including The Lashes, The Blakes, Sirens Sister, Schoolyard Heroes, Rocket, Aaron Mannino & more.  

We also got some special St. Patricks Day Saturna shirts made.  See you there.


Saturna Rock Dante’s March 7, 2007

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Saturna are excited to be playing Thursday night at Dante’s in Portland with up-and-coming band Low vs. Diamond.  The bill also includes local Portland bands Blackheart Whitenoise and The Immortals. 

Low vs. Diamond have recently been signed to The Killers original label and management company and are set to blow up.  The are currently finishing a US tour and are heading to the UK after that. 

The show is being put on by Thrasher Presents and is a Low Dough show, so you’ll only need $5.  See you there. 

Low vs. Diamondhttp://www.myspace.com/lowvsdiamond 

Blackheart Whitenoise: http://www.myspace.com/blackheartwhitenoise

The Young Immortals: http://www.myspace.com/theyoungimmortals