Friday, June 16, 2006

Music Me

Haven't updated because I've been waiting for something I deemed blog-worthy.

This from the Brand New website:
" june 10, 2006
Our main focus for these past 10 months was to make the best record we
possibly could…for us and you. With this in mind there was always a
part we felt we could play better, or a part we felt could be
improved. This tedious process explains why it has taken so long. We
have all lost our minds on numerous occasions, and to be honest…still
haven't found them.

We will finally be entering the mixing process on Monday June 12.
Rich Costey has signed on to man the faders and we all couldn't be happier!
The record should be out…you know…sometime this year…..
There will be 13, 14, 15, or 16 songs being mixed
And 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16 of those songs will make it on the record.

We are blown away by the response the tour has received and hopefully
will be testing out a few new songs on the road.

We, again, are sorry we have not kept you guys in the loop. We
feel now that we are truly happy with our record, and we will notify
you of any SIGNIFICANT news in the future.

We can't say it enough:
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

.brian / brand new"

This Providence, another band that I am a huge fan of has their sophmore album slated for a mid-September release. They also have a new song called "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" up on the Fueled By Ramen's SUMMER AUDIO SAMPLER PureVolume site. This song is available for download on the same site.

Speaking of bands from the Seattle area, Gatsby's American Dream (who are now touring with This Providence) have released a new song on their MySpace site in anticipation of their self-title album to be released on August 8th. The new song, called "Station 5: The Pearl" is in reference to ABC's television drama, Lost. You can find more info on Station 5: The Pearl here. The song may be downloaded here.

That's it for this update. Leave me some love and check back in a day or so for another update.


At 1:54 PM, Blogger Jesse said...

jeff... hey.


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