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The Surfside IV: Flier of the Week (Again)

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Yes, The Surfside IV has already been named Flier of the Week twice before. In a way, I feel bad about that. But, to be honest, they've definitely had the best flier in this town at least three times. Actually, if other bands don't step it up we might just ditch this weekly feature and add a "Surfside IV Flier" category. The fact that a lot of their posters are for shows they're not even headlining underscores the point: This time they're opening for an Alabama band at The Ruby Room.

It's a shame so many bands in town are lazy about their artwork but so anxious about e-mailing us to write about their shows. Step it up, guys, and you've got a good shot of getting at least a blurb this big on PHXmusic.com.

Check out Daikaiju, the headliner, in the MP3 below.

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