Archive for the ‘News’ Category

Submarines Video

Sunday, September 10th, 2006

There is a charming new video happening on The Submarines’ My Space page for their song “Peace and Hate” from Declare a New State. Apparently you can still vote for it on Fuse TV, so hop on over there now! The Subs (Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti) are currently on their first tour of the US.

Snowleopards Spot on With Song

Friday, September 1st, 2006

The Snowleopards’ (featuring Heidi Saperstein) song “Stuck in the Middle” has been nominated in the Local Song of the Year category for a Boston Music Award as part of the
NEMO Music Festival
, held September 28-30. This follows up their being chosen for the finals of the NEMO/Starbucks Music Maker’s Competition, happening September 13th at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston.

Tiger Saw Diaries With Boston Phoenix

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

Boston Phoenix
has invited Tiger Saw to submit diary entries while on the latest of their many cross-country tours. Here is their intro to the invitation:

Here at the Phoenix we’ve been big Tiger Saw fans for a couple years, marveling at the ease with which Newburyport native Dylan Metrano expands, contracts, and mutates his ensemble. We’ve also been lurking on Dylan’s blogs for a while — it was, in fact, through one of his posts that we came across a then-unknown singer-pianist named Casey Dienel, who has been an occasional Tiger Saw member when she’s not out bowling over mini-Pitchforks with Pavement covers. Today Tiger Saw kicks off a cross-country barnstorm through cafes, bars, and bed-and-breakfasts, during which the group will swell from three members to perhaps a dozen; then again, maybe not. You never know. We asked him to document the whole thing and post some mp3s and stuff, and he was gracious enough not to say no. Stay tuned . . .

Meanwhile, the band has a new song titled “To Drown Tonight” up online that they played live for the 8/07/2006 installment of the No Love For Ned show.

And their cover of Kimya Dawson’s ‘It’s Been Raining” is available on the new Kelp 2- CD set, which is part of a monthly series of hand-packaged CDs produced by Karl Blau and sent out out to subscribers.

Geoff Farina-Related Disc and…Nuptials!

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

A year-and-a-half ago
Geoff Farina
made a recording with Nathan McBride (bassist w/Ken Vandermark, Pandelis Karayorgis) and Luther Gray (drummer w/Joe Morris Trio), and now it has seen the light of day. Entitled Almanac, it is Volume 4 of Atavistic’s Out Trios project, a series of trio recordings by the likes of Steve Shelley, Nels Cline, Jeff Parker, Lee Renaldo, and Tom Rainey.

And on a more personal note, Kimchee is pleased to congratulate Geoff on his rapidly approaching wedding day this September 2nd! Geoff marries his 6-years long sweetheart, whom he met in Padova in 1998 at Karate’s very first Italian show. They will exchange rings at the church in the center of Pordenone, the city where she was born and raised.

Paula Kelley Video Podcast

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

This comes straight from Paula Kelley’s other label (Stop, Pop & Roll) website:

Here’s something new… a
video podcast
! It’s a cool chronicle of Paula’s Northwest Tour and features some brand-new, previously unheard live recordings, along with a bunch of footage of the majestic
states of Oregon, Idaho, and Washington. Click above to access the RSS feed, or if you’d like to download an iPod-ready version, rick-click here.

And oh so exciting: Paula and the Orchestra spent some time in August in a studio at a secret North Hollywood location to begin work on the proper follow-up to her 2003 Kimchee release The Trouble With Success or How You Fit into the World.