Things are getting sticky around here!
Weird the stuff that catches your eye sometimes, isn’t it? Thanks to Jeff for this one.
I knew that there would be some repercussions. When KB and I got together to work on concluding the tracking for “Get Up“, we did lots of shout-y background vocals, some other-worldly guitar noises, and liberal amounts of Kaossilator. We were left with just one thing to record: a stomp-clap[…]
Despite the fact that we released our fourth record “Get Up” on 6/9, we didn’t actually have CDs at the time. As mentioned previously here, even though it is considered by many to be an archaic medium, we still like to get a small batch of CDs manufactured for each[…]
As always, on this day, I raise a toast to my grandfather. He would have been 92 today. He was one tough guy (WWII bomber pilot, shot down and survived), but he had enough of a soft spot to help me get started with some of my first usable music[…]
Sent to us by our friend Natalie. It’s the “boneless” part that really makes it a winner.
We’re excited to debut our fourth album “Get Up” on our favorite day of the year. It’s available for download now, and we will have CDs available shortly. We’ve put together 10 new songs, including a kooky cover of the Tubes song “Gonna Get It Next Time”. We’re still adhering[…]
We’re happy to be supporting Weapons of Mass Creation: a premier music festival and design conference right here in the CLE. It represents all of the things we really enjoy: new music, cool design, supporting local artists of all types, and yes, there will probably be beer. We applaud the[…]
We’re about a month away from our self-imposed album release date, and the virtual pressure is on. Allegedly. Okay, it’s true – there is no real pressure. We’re just trying to stick to a schedule that insures that we don’t waste too much time fooling around. We’re actually doing okay[…]
On our last studio night, KB and I spent the evening (and I mean the entire evening) getting two good guitar tracks for an upcoming song (currently called “What’s Mine Is Mine”). We wanted to get a good dose of feedback, and a nice crunchy tube sound for the tracks.[…]