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Tumblr of the Week: Andrew Jackson Jihad

Wacky local duo Andrew Jackson Jihad has a whole lot of awesomeness to offer on their Tumblr. AJJ is currently on tour with Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and Into It. Over It.

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The band has just released their new album, Knife Man, about three weeks ago. It's full of enthusiastically performed songs like "The Michael Jordan of Drunk Driving," "American Tune," and "Zombie by the Cranberries." If those song-tiles don't intrigue you, you're probably pretty tough to intrigue. Give it a listen, and while you're at it, check out AJJ's Tumblr.

Andrew Jackson Jihad will be performing tonight at the Rhythm Room.

More on what's awesome about this week's Tumblr of the Week after the jump...

Andrew Jackson Jihad's Tumblr is packed with reviews of Knife Man, pictures of the band on the road, the band as cartoon characters in a comic, and more. Check it out:


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