Twelve Towns Bandcamp Download →
So, last year when I recorded my Nervous Energies session (which became the Chicago Cassette), I was also able to record myself playing 5 of the Twelve Towns songs live for the TT LP release. These tracks were only available with the vinyl digital download of TT, but now you can check them out (and purchase them) from the link above. Also, note the stuffy nose tour cold I have. Can you hear it?...
email me and we can talk about it! firstname.lastname@example.org xx evan kaleb-brinegar: I know you look through this tag and I want to ask a question that I would ask on the GK tour if I were able to go, but alas, I am not. I don’t even know the best way for you to answer this. But anyway, what is it like for people to use the music you make to define their own taste in music? I know a lot of...
CHICAGO. TONIGHT. →
I’m DJing a “Pop Punk” night with my friend Amanda at Innertown Pub in Chicago. 10 PM. Cheap Drinks. Free Pool. So many jams. I’ve made a pretty awesome playlist and I’m pumped to jam it on a giant PA system. Check out the Facebook event and get all the details.
Into It. Over It.: GK Tour Pre-Sale / Limited Tour... →
So the folks at GK asked all of the bands taking part in the GK tour this spring to record cover songs of other bands on the tour for a compilation LP that will be released when we hit the road. I decided, seeing as Dan from The Wonder Years somehow fit a story about us going to a house show and getting tacos together into one of their songs (Don’t Let Me Cave In) that that song would be an...
No Sleep Records: Welcome THE CASKET LOTTERY to No... →
my boys. nosleeprecords: We are BEYOND ecstatic to announce the signing of one of my personal favorite bands to No Sleep Records. Please welcome The Casket Lottery to the family. TCL to me is one of the greatest groups to come out of the Kansas City area, and i can not be more excited to welcome them to the family.
52 New Bands: Week 1 (1/1-1/7) Into It. Over It. →
Pretty close dude. This was written in NJ, where I grew up and lived until I was 24. 6 days to write a song. 3 hours to record it. All of them are about things that happened that week. Completely spur of the moment and autobiographical. IIOI started as this recording project, 52 Weeks. It was never intended to be released, distributed or even go any further than Week 52.. Was just a fun free...