Tomorrow is election day in the US and bloggers are urging people to find their local voting locations in order to cast their ballots.
Here are some posts from around the music blogosphere:
Vague Space’s 50 Songs for 50 States
Leading with five election-related tunes from the likes of Sufjan, Radiohead and Death Cab, Vague Space did their homework coming up with a song for each of the 50 states.
Jordan Shaw Endorses The Cobrasnake
He may be Canadian, but we’re living in a world where American politics affect every country (especially our friendly neighbors to the north). That’s why JSHAW is openly endorsing The Cobrasnake.
Donewaiting.com Has a First Hand Account of an Obama Rally in Ohio
With Barack Obama drawing huge crowds across the midwest, it’s interesting to get a first hand account from a participant. But, only as a music blogger can do, Wes Flexner reports on the selected music in his excellent recap.
Invisible Oranges Shares The Results of The Economist‘s World Vote Experiment
Two questions raised here: What if the world could vote? and, given those results, Why is this even close? Even if you don’t stay tuned for the grindcore tracks, the commentary and link to The Economist are worth checking out.