December 8, 2000:
Entertainment Weekly advises fans of the new PJ Harvey album to pick up "New York City fave Elk City's recent debut 'status'."

December 1-7 2000:
Elk City travels to France to meet the people at Talitres records who will release 'status' there in March 2001. Their trip is kindly funded by a photography and film festival in Cherbourg where they play a rousing three-hour set.

November 25, 2000:
UK label, Earworm Records releases Elk City's "Freeze Two Over Eight" as a 7" single. The B-side features a non-album exclusive track, "Judori".

October 25, 2000:
Elk City plays the CMJ festival in New York and, in a piece of good timing, receives glowing reviews for "status" in Magnet and Puncture magazines.

July-October, 2000:
Elk City plays shows in support of "status," turning up often in New York and traveling to Chicago and Boston.

June 15, 2000:
'status' reaches #74 on the CMJ college music charts.

June 6, 2000:
Parasol/Hidden Agenda records releases Elk City's debut LP, "status".

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