Monthly Archives: March 2007
Waxfruit takes the Open Book challenge and comes away in one piece. Considering the quantity of the songs on this release, the quality is fantastic, I was really impressed with how good the songs are…This is the kind of band … Continue reading
We had 411 friends the other day. Now we have 409. Maybe those two people got offended by what I said about snocap. Stupid snocap!!
Listening to Magic Car Wash by the Twin Atlas right now. It’s a collection of outtakes and it still rules. These guys are just superb. Bring Along the Weather is a modern masterpiece, and Sun Township is pretty great also. … Continue reading
It was terrible of me to say such mean things about you. Because the CDs aren’t exactly flying out the door, I will try to sell the This Week album through you. Also its special follow-up, Secret Songs. The question … Continue reading
From the “Featured Artist” section of the MySpace Music page: Modest Mouse took indie rock to a new level this time by recruiting a famous guitar player from one of the most famous bands in indie rock history. “We Were … Continue reading
Above the SNOCAP stores that you see on various myspace pages it says, “Buy Music Directly from This Artist.” This is not entirely accurate. If it were a direct purchase, there wouldn’t be a second entity skimming off 39 cents … Continue reading
For a little while here, we had some songs for sale through the ballyhooed MySpace/SNOCAP music store. But selling those tracks, even for 69 cents (SNOCAP takes 39 cents per cut), never quite sat right with us. So we’ve taken … Continue reading
Catch Thunderegg in an increasingly rare live appearance this Saturday, March 10, at Massimo’s, 15 N Liberty Street, Southington, CT. 8 p.m. or so. Thanks to Hit Room 9 for bringing us onboard.