if you missed it, nesey is currently raising some funds for their studio:
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if you missed it, nesey is currently raising some funds for their studio:
first song on the LVL UP record is definitely NMHish but i feel like they're still doing their own thing. i like it a lot.
i think where people run into trouble is when they try to sing like...
aww, thanks! haven't really put out any music in like 4 years, so kind words are much appreciated!
hi, it's been a while. here's my new thing:
awesome! i think it turned out well. i've loved it for lots of years now, and the additional stuff we added is very good. the books are enroute to nesey now! hope you enjoy it.
plug: be sure to check out his writing. i've reissued two of his books in the past year; 'wooden whispers' just this past week. you can get the books on his bandcamp.
so the gashcat guy got signed to sub pop
yes, yes. eskimeaux is #1.
hi friends, after a few months of emails about paragraph breaks and the nhl, nesey and i have worked together to bring you a reissue of "somewhere we both walk".
hey that sounds real nice
nice. i listened to the last album a number of times when it came out(/you posted it here?).
i love golden ghost. especially this song/video. i saw her at a house show many years ago. it doesn't seem like she's been active in a while, but man, the unimaginative body is an incredible record....
you can buy the shirts cheaper from cloud or orange twin.
present is streaming for free until halloween
they have green, red, and blue ones on orange twin's site.
mt. home arts
not to my knowledge. that record is really good though. great songs from theo (and the others) on both sides.
"the icehouse" makes up one side of this record:
whoa, where's that baseball picture from? i want that.
yeah, they did the same thing when i saw them. it wasn't until a day or two later that i was thinking about the show that i even...
yeah, little birds with some backing instrumentation was a highlight for me.
do they ever do the "swimming in your speakers" part of rubby bulbs like in the old bootlegs? i don't remember them...
definitely gonna do this!
definitely watch the commentary. it's pretty funny and weird, but nesey also talks about his inspiration/daniel's backstory and explains certain things, like the house show performance.
yeah, i could do without tracks 6 and 7, i pretty much always skip those. other than those, there are a lot of strong songs on that album.
i like their first album, but i think "if you're feeling sinister" is their best. you should give that a try.
stuart is a religious person, but i wouldn't ever consider them a religious band. i...
oooh, that's tough. if i had to pick a top 5, i'd maybe go with
dylan in the movies
dirty dream number 2
she's losing it
me and the major
the state that i am in
is the townhall tribute to the velvet underground still floating around somewhere?
happy hockey day.
it was real fun playing with you, nesey. hopefully we have the chance to do it again sometime.
i watched present this week and really enjoyed it. the commentary was really funny too. i was...
yes! i am too. i can finally get excited for it, after spending the last little while stressing out about getting it booked. it's gonna be a good time.
good job everyone. that dressy bessy cover is soooo good.
haha, yeah, that was really funny to me.
playing a new song live
the ending is a bit indulgent when listening as a recording, but everyone at the show was going wild so we just...
how do you feel about the seguin trade, nesey?
the offseason is off to a crazy start. daniel alfredsson is a red wing now, that will be so strange to see.
i'm just going to go ahead and pretend the whole nhl season was locked out and there was never a 2013 stanley cup champion.
on a different note. i have a bit of an abstract question. are there...
i have very much enjoyed the first two games of the boston/pittsburgh series.
also, i received an email from mr. joe chang earlier, perhaps we will be playing a show together in the coming months.
did you get mine? just wondering, because the site says the file hasn't been downloaded yet.
crazy game for sure. i thought detroit got extremely lucky on that call. i really couldn't believe that, i'm not sure if i've ever seen anything like that before. that's a tough call to make at that...
well, i'm on the bruins bandwagon now!
oof, i agree. really felt detroit would wrap it up tonight, now i have to wait for a game 7 that will have my nerves in bunches.
and yeah, it'd be awesome if you did something around detroit. i...
that sounds cool. we should set something up in the detroit area around then, since kalamazoo is on the other side of the state.
also, i'm looking forward to seeing boston put a whipping on the...
what's the festival in michigan? (if you're allowed to say)
i was pulling for the bruins, but i also feel bad for leafs fans. that was an unbelievable comeback by boston.
chicago will be extremely tough to beat, but i'm just glad to have a final series...
nesey, both of our teams won their game 7s. though boston's win was a bit more dramatic than detroit's.
i posted 5 days ago. i come on here every day though.
ah, i am only the copy and paster!
some more dates were posted on the site.
10-11 Baltimore, MD - 2640 Space at St. John's Church *
10-12 Richmond, MA - The National *
10-14 Covington, KY - Madison Theater *
10-15 Urbana, IL -...
gashcat sounds like what the band in a movie about neutral milk hotel that couldn't actually get the rights to neutral milk hotel's music would sound like
full band tour or album is what i immediately thought of, but a live album of the last tour is a good guess, and seems more likely.
step through the portal (elf power)
i was supposed to do that one for a different fanfare, but didn't end up getting it in. i'll get it this time!
january of 2011. they had the other design at the time too.
i have this design
"will we" is "everything you ever hoped or worked for".
before he played it in detroit he said something like, "i wrote this song the same day i wrote oh comely, but we never put it out — well, i guess it was in the boxset".
5432fun (radio show out of santa barbara, california), recently updated their bootleg collection. they posted a recent recording of nana grizol playing. it is a different line up than the one we're...
exact same set last night in detroit. he even played naomi by request. it was nice to hear oh sister, because i hadn't seen him play that one live before.
the whole place talked loudly through...
i wasn't sure if that was pete in the video of them performing, because the description says "Olivia Tremor Control (Bill Doss, Will Hart, Brian Sweeney, Tom Crea)"
this footage i've never seen of the olivias was put on youtube last week. the video and the audio are pretty off, but the footage and the audio aren't...
i haven't listened to the whole thing yet, but i've really enjoyed what i've heard so far.
great recording. hopefully we get to hear the full album soon.
guess i shouldn't have posted that clip. yeesh.
looking forward to all of the new material.
i love "somewhere we both walk", is the novel you speak of similar in style?
they didn't end up playing on the last holiday surprise tour because theo had to drop out last minute due to personal issues.
there was this though:...
thank you both. if anyone wants a physical copy (just handmade cd-rs + some other little things), just message me your address. we're starting to send some out either this week or next week....
hi. i'm usually shy about sharing things like this, but this is my favorite musical thing i've ever been a part of making. i hope anyone that listens will enjoy it.
the first from the new album!
i get it from ron paul. he has made his understanding of church and state very clear. he believes the idea of it has no basis in the constitution. he wrote a piece called "the war on religion", which...
i don't understand the hype behind ron paul. he has a few ideas that are good, but he has a lot that are very awful and ignorant. just a few of his, in my opinion, terrible view points are:
this is really great! you can download the audio too.
now that the tour is over, i'm looking forward to hearing/seeing any recordings!
thanks for sharing! julian is the most interesting interviewee.
excited to hear it! thank you. shame they aren't coming to my area this year, last year was so fun.
if you want to keep it a secret, i understand, but: any new songs?
downloading now. thank you!
if you're going to ask permission, i think you'd be better off contacting robbee. he is probably on the internet a lot more than julian.
i really hope the music tapes are one of the supporting acts on this tour!
i got through in time. two tickets for the show on february 7th!
how'd you get chicago tickets? no link is coming up for me
why are the chicago tickets not up yet?!
send your invites!
it's that vocal loop in william's revolver that gets me every time.
i wish they would have played this on the olivia tremor control tour.
yes, - the raisins.
i was there. the show was so great. i was really excited to hear nyc-25.
also, about how long was the show?
new guy playing with the music tapes is thomas. he's in the spinto band: http://www.shark-dance.blogspot.com/
not sure if it has been posted, but the blog is back up (with the old recordings)
i didn't know pete was in chocolate usa too.
i'd love to have this on dvd. looks great.
it's part of "monthly tape club tracks" from smoke machine. starts around 4:05.