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Saturna Shout Outs January 5, 2008

Posted by Ryan in Mentions, Radio, Saturna.

There have been quite a few Saturna mentions and shout outs lately in the blog world.  Thanks to Bag of Songs for the shout out in their review of Panda Riot.  They said that if you dig Saturna you’ll like Panda Riot and we agree. 

Music of the Moment included Saturna song Much More in their list of current favorite songs along with songs from Blonde Redhead, Band of Horses, Secret Machines, The Charlatans and tons more.

Blogorock from France says Saturna’s takeoff is imminent and lauds Pop Rocks.

And lastly Rachelandthecity from Scenestars and The Bloggeratti show on Breakthru Radio ended her show with Saturna song Periwinkle, in a set that also included an interesting interview with Whitney Mathison of USA Today’s Pop Candy blog.  

Bag of Songs – http://bagofsongs.blogspot.com/search?q=saturna

Music of the Moment – http://res1999.blogspot.com/2007/01/hot-tracks.html

Blogorock – http://gurus-blogorock.blogspot.com/2007/07/decollage-imminent.html

Scenestars – http://scenestars.net/?s=saturna


Busy World of Saturna July 11, 2007

Posted by Ryan in Mentions, Radio, Saturna, Some Delicious Enemy.
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Tons of things are happening in the world of Saturna and there has been a lot of buzz in the blogosphere about it.  The Punk Guy in NYC has listed Saturna  on their New Music Links and posted Pop Rocks along with songs from The Moths, La Cacahouette, Theo & The Skyscrapers and other great bands.


The Neo-Surrealist Movement has listed Some Delicious Enemy as one of their Notable Releases of 2007 along with albums from Echodrone, Joy Wants Eternity, Thrushes and many more amazing bands.


What To Wear During An Orange Alert calls Saturna an “ambitious group” and links to Pop Rocks on their Music Minute along with music from CSSPage France, Ben Neil and more.


Knez of Egoslavia has listed Saturna on BLCKDGRD along with Stars, New Pornographers, Apples In Stereo and more.


Thanks to Mediaburn Radio for syndication the amazing Tripwire review of Some Delicious Enemy on their site and linking to Pop Rocks and Roll Down.