Wednesday, March 07, 2007
Yeah... Vonnegut rules! Vonnegut pwns you!
Anyway, that latest show was pretty good, but next week is going to be really big.
First of all, I'll have a ticket giveaway for the Of Montreal show at the Beachland on the 19th.
Then, I might be having a band come up to play. They're a very important new local band called the Afternoon Naps. They don't have an album out, but they do have a Myspace. They'll be promoting the fact that they're opening for Dean and Britta (ex-Luna) at the Beachland on the 14th and (more importantly) will be playing some songs for you.
You know that every time I find a local band that I like, they're really awesome, so you know you're going to have to pay special attention to this next show. Because I'm recognized throughout the Cleveland music scene as a hip, influential tastemaker.
But you know I should be recognized as one, so this is going to be really good. If the 'Naps show up. And one of the members of the band swears that she is going to show up whether she has to do it alone or not.
We'll see. Exciting stuff!
But for now, let us reflect upon the small slice of awesomeness that was this week's show.
Except for the fact that I didn't know Maria Taylor (ex-Azure Ray) released a new album. Damn! I could have downloaded it and played it! Oh well...
Okay, here are the MP3s:
Part 1 (of 2)
Part 2 (of 2)
"We are currently upgrading our service to make uploads smoother.
Please get back in a hour!
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause."
Anyway, the links appear to be working as I type this, but I may just give up and go with paying for webspace again.
What's up with the WCSB Forum? I can't share my aesthetic thoughts with the rest of the 'WCSB Family of Programmers.'
Thanks again for taking the lead in MP3 postings of your show. I hope the rest of the 'cool' shows move in this direction if the worst case scenario of the loss of the live audiostream occurs. In fact, given how much work must must be necessary to put together a show, I am a little surprised that more programmers do not want to save and post them for posterity.