Monthly Archives: September 2011
Thanks to Drew and Liesl for the sweet surprise gift.
It brings me great pleasure to learn that the gospel of emergency hydration will be spread to the commuters of the greater Hartford area (and beyond) tomorrow morning. Our early-A.M. anthem “Glass of Water” plays on the Boris Show on … Continue reading
I knew they believed in me. Until I picked this record up at a stoop sale yesterday, however, I did not know that they also do not believe in me. Mark Hollis can be so moody.
I was sorry to read recently that Jason Molina, prolific songwriting leader of Magnolia Electric Co., one of my favorite head-nodding dual-guitar live bands, has been having a lot of health-related troubles over the past couple years. Apparently, and thankfully, … Continue reading
The Midnight Tempo III playlist, courtesy Motel de Moka. Granted, I’m an unrepentant sucker for Steve Miller and Boz Scaggs, but I’m feelin’ the vibe of this entire set for Friday night. There haven’t been any posts on Motel de … Continue reading
Jonas at the Swedish music blog Kentuckyseven (“Why Kentucky? We love the USA. Dearly.”) wrote up Line Line today. Thanks, Jonas. You’ll be our go-to man when the Scandinavian tour materializes.
First of all, Saturday is the backyard gig at Jake and Alicia’s. Second of all, Bob Porri has just confirmed that he’ll be able to sit in for some of the Egg set, which starts at 4:00. This party’s already … Continue reading
All right, it’s on. The new Thunderegg album, Line Line, dropped this morning. In fact, it is the only album in the whole world that came out today. You can listen to the entire thing above. If you like it, … Continue reading