Posts Tagged ‘EP’

LPs, etc.

Friday, November 7th, 2008

EPs are great, huh?  But sometimes they don’t fill you up, which in many cases, is perfect.  Like a salad.  A musical salad.  With beans (they’re good for your heart).  The album that is presently consuming all or nearly all of our energy (seriously, we come to work in shorts these days and all sport nasty, nasty beards), was going to be an EP.  But then it started getting (way) behind schedule.  We wanted to finish it before Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanza/Festival of Lights/Hail-Earthworms Day, but, as the very existence of this posts indicates, that dream is shot.  SHOT.  Blam.

Anyway, the New Album (Untitled), is going to be a bona fide feature-length album (or as some would say, alblum).  Crazy.  Also, as part of this new thing, we’re going to be trying to get back in the public arena – holding fund-raising carwashes and bake sales and trying to make live music.  This means several things, but I’ll let you figure them out on your own.

Stale chocolate covered raisins are almost as good as fresh ones.  But if you eat too many, you’ll want to vomit.  Also, you may be attacked by giant ants, as is happening in the picture below.


Happy Hunting,


Did your mom hang up?

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

Our first batch of The Advantage of Getting There First EPs is beginning to dwindle, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out.  If you know someone who is a mother this Mother’s Day, the gorgeous cover art alone makes this a perfect centerpiece for a mantle or coffee table.  And if that sounds a little old-fashioned, there’s pretty music inside too.

If you know someone who isn’t a mother, you are still encouraged to pick up a CD.

The next show I’m going to.