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Saturna In NYC: Large Hearted City June 18, 2007

Posted by Ryan in Saturna, Some Delicious Enemy.

Wow, what a crazy weekend.  Saturna had a blast in New York city this past weekend, playing shows and DJing.  We couldn’t have done it with all the help from all our wonderful friends who let us crash their lofts, drove us around in their vans and helped us load gear.  Big thanks to Grace, Peter, Rachel, Jeanette, Lisa & Joe for all the hard work and to all of you who came out and supported us.  You guys rock!  We also wanted to thank all the promotors and clubs.  We DJ’d at The Lotus on Friday night and they treated us like kings.  They sat us in the VIP section, gave us free bottle service and more drink tickets than we could possibly drink.  The sound guy at Fat Baby also went way out of his way to make sure we had everything we needed.  We felt the love, that’s for sure!

We’ve also been feeling the love from the blog world and internet radio in the last few days.  Large Hearted Boy posted about Some Delicious Enemy, put up MP3s of Pop Rocks, Roll Down, and Just For Thrills, as well as from a bunch of other cool bands like Helvetia, American Catastrophy, and Mike Johnson.  Check out his post here: http://www.largeheartedboy.com/blog/archive/2007/06/daily_downloads_1224.html

Indiependent Music blog also confirms our suspicions, reporting that we charted on the CMJ Top 200 and saying that this is pretty amazing for a self-released album, but that it must have had something to do with all the love from the blog-o-sphere.




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