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Chilly con Carnivores in the U.K.


Carnivores' split 7-inch with Brooklyn's Dinosaur Feathers for U.K. indie Music Mule hardly seemed like a monumental release. But their "Dressed For the Rain" side scored an on-air shout-out from Pulp vocalist Jarvis Cocker on BBC 6. Even passing praise from the salty Brit-pop icon, who once bum-rushed a Michael Jackson show, raised Carnivores' profile. It has since landed them in talks with European distro Rough Trade. That's nothing to sneeze at.

— Chad Radford

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