EL-P to Play Free In-Store Concert at Urban Outfitters

June 27, 2007 at 2:45 pm | Posted in Hip Hop News/Press Releases | Leave a comment

Fresh off a nationwide tour, El-P has added a free performance to his schedule at a New York Urban Outfitters. El’s joined with Free Yr. Radio, an independent music campaign developed by Toyota Motor Sales and Urban Outfitters for a free in-store concert on July 14th at Avenue of the Amercias’ Urban Outfitters in Manhattan.

El-P joins an impressive roster of performers included in the Free Yr. Radio series, which takes place nationwide through July and features performances by The Rapture, Dinosaur Jr., Tapes N’ Tapes, and The Klaxons among others. The July 14th date is the 12th stop on the Free Yr. Radio tour. WNHU 88.7 FM will be co-presenting the free concert and will also give away a new Toyota Yaris to one lucky radio listener.

Visit www.freeyrradio.com now to print off an official invite to El-P’s free performance.

El-P released his new single “The Overly Dramatic Truth” from his latest album, I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, for purchase on iTunes this week. See below for a direct link to the single.  

Purchase “The Overly Dramatic Truth” on iTunes:


Listen to Smithereens from “I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead” (MP3)


Purchase “I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead” (with a bonus track) on iTunes


Watch El-P’s “Smithereens” from I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead


El-P Live in London c/o Dazed Digital:


El-P Live in Boston c/o Boston.TV:


El-P iMeem and exclusive photos:


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