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Updated 18 Dec 2004


* The Cyanide Valentine joins PVR:  For those of you who remember Quick Fix, get ready for a shock.  While fronted by the same talented and charismatic Jake Zavracky, The Cyanide Valentine is an inventive new two-person tour-de-force.  Combining pop, hard rock, and electro-beat, The Cyanide Valentine's new CD, Let It Rot will be out on PVR this winter. managed crypto trading


* The Information is shockingThe months of waiting are almost over -- The Information's Mistakes We Knew We Were Making will be landing on an unsuspecting world this February.  Combining a visceral and futuristic musical style with a sleek, smart stage persona, The Information embody an up-all-night-every-night mania that defines both their songwriting and their personality.  With a 2/8 retail release date and a 2/9 CD release party at Boston's Paradise nightclub, Mistakes promises to blow this town away.  [note to fans: due to the now-infamous Blizzard of 2005, Boston-based PVR-HQ was forced to delay the street date for this record until 2/8.  We apologize profusely to those who were all psyched up to buy the CD on 2/1.  Don't worry, it's worth the wait.]


* PVR Gets "Made" on MTV:  All of you who have been paying close attention to MTV's teen makeover show Made might have noticed:  this season's rife with PVR tracks on the cue-sheet.  Among the recently confirmed...


* THE TINTSit and Wait

* BABY STRANGE Everybody Wants You

* THE CHARMS Like, virtually every song on So Pretty EP.


* Max-imum Heinegg:  Remember the High Ceilings -- weren't they awesome?  Well, their spacious songwriting, poetic lyrics, and massive vocals are back: frontman Max Heinegg's debut solo CD By June is coming out on PVR this December.  Don't miss it! cryptocurrency broker

Says Boston's THE NOISE:  The tunes themselves are a refreshing break from the element of fashion and tartness found in indie rock these days, emotional but certainly not emo. They are also sincere and powerful.


* PVR Showcase at CMJ:  Thanks to all who came out to PVR's showcase at the CMJ New Music Marathon on October 14 at NYC's Knitting Factory.  Yes, that was Little Steven Van Zandt in the audience -- not a look-alike.


* The Tint are back in the USA:  After a quick jaunt over to England to play in Liverpool's International Pop Overthrow, Tim and Evan from The Tint are back in the good 'ole USA.


* Improper Voltages:  Check out this month's Improper Bostonian for a sweet new feature on the Information, and the last known photo of PVR founder Evan Koch before he went into hiding from the Uraguayan secret police.


* The Charms on MTV:  For those of you who like to watch the television, have I got a treat for you! PVR's own The Charms have been featured on the MTV documentary "Underground a Go-Go" about the Little Steven's Underground Garage SIRIUS satellite radio station / festival / phenomenon [dig the features in Mojo Magazine, Spin Magazine, and Uncut Magazine].  No news on whether MTV will be re-airing the feature, but in the meantime, check the video for "The Wish Song" at Your Music Network [click to watch online]. blockchain company hong kong


* PUT OUT out now:  Mixing Stones-style British arena rock with classic Motown soul grooves, Baby Strange's new CD -- Put Out -- redefines cool.  They've just added a date at Boston's prestigius (and ENORMOUS) Hatch Shell.  Here's the lowdown...


* JULY 8: Feature in Boston Globe

* JULY 14: Feature in Weekly Dig

* JULY 15: Feature in Boston Phoenix

* JULY 29: Feature in Worcester Telegram & Gaz.

* AUGUST 12: Live at Boston's Hatch Shell!

* UPCOMING: Review in CMJ New Music Report





The Information

Mistakes We Knew We Were Making LP

Out Feb. 8 2005


The Cyanide Valentine

Let It Rot LP

Out Soon



Max Heinegg

By June LP

Out Dec. 2004


Baby Strange

Put Out

Out now


The Good North

Life Outside Our Walls

Out Now

Mass. Hysteria

Mistress and Men

Out Now

The Tint

The 11th Hour EP

Out now


The Charms

So Pretty EP

Out now




Order now and get any of these limited-time specials.  All offers include shipping & handling.

* USA Customers: Get any five PVR CD's for $29.99.

* Canada Customers: Get any five PVR CD's for C$44.99.

* UK Customers: Get any five PVR CD's for 19.99

* Euro-zone Customers: Get any five PVR CD's for  29.99.

* Rest-of-world Customers: Get any five PVR CD's for $35.99.






































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