MY SECRET PLAYLIST by David Brylawski of Polvo

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By Zolton in New Music on Saturday 25 May 2013

Polvo are a critically acclaimed and widely influential rock band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, that were active during the 1990 before reforming recently for a benefit for WKNC at the Pour Haus. The band was fronted by vocalists-guitarists Ash Bowie and Dave Brylawski. We asked David Brylawski to give us a rundown, in his […]

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Polvo live in Brooklyn

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By Alison Zavos in New Events on Friday 16 July 2010

I grew up listening to Polvo, and I fondly recall driving around after high school punching the ceiling of my Jeep along to the sounds of their 1992′s Cor-Crane Secret album.

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Polvo playing free New York show this Friday

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By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 30 July 2009

Seminal Chapel Hill indie rock act Polvo are ramping up to the release of their album In Prism in early September with a free show at Manhattan’s Seaport Music Festival this Friday night. For a taste of their forthcoming album, check out this track, Beggar’s Bowl, below. Polvo also wrote a Secret Playlist for us.

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Free download of Polvo’s new single

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By Zolton in New Music on Tuesday 23 June 2009

Seminal indie rock band Polvo — who compiled a Secret Playlist for us a few months ago — have reformed, signed to Merge Records, and will release a new album titled In Prism on September 8. We have their new single Beggars Bowl available for free download in our Music Download section (psst, it’s in […]

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Polvo’s Secret Playlist

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Tuesday 10 March 2009

We checked in with David Brylawski from seminal North Carolina group, Polvo, and asked him what songs were currently spinning on his stereo and he started with the Om track, At Giza: ‘I finally got to see them a couple of times this past summer, and I think they are my favorite band at the […]

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