Some music news on a sleepy Wednesday after Obama…
Dutch Hall Records has released a split 7-inch by Yuppies and Noah’s Ark Was a Spaceship. Catalog No. 002 joins No. 001 — a single by Perry H. Matthews called “From the Brohouse.” Copies are available at The Antiquarium and, of course, at the respective bands’ shows. According to their Myspace page (where you can also order the singles), Dutch Hall also is affiliated with The Pistol Brothers, Civil Ground, My Dream Scientist, Ryan Prinz, Paul Hansen, Conchance and Noah Sterba. Seems like new labels just keep popping up around here.
Speaking of record labels, Slumber Party Records just posted the third of its weekly “New Thing” downloads at their website. The song by Stolen Kisses, “My Oh My Hanky Panky,” is Chris Kramer of Talking Mountain doing his best Tommy James and the Shondells tribute. Nice. The free download joins singles by My Pal Dragon (Matt from Thunder Power) and Honeybee. Get ’em; they’re freakin’ free.
While you’re on the SP site, check out a couple tracks from Darren Keen’s new LP, titled Slumberparty Records (here). Keen will be celebrating the CD’s release (on his own It Ar Good label) at TWR next Tuesday with Honeybee, Stolen Kisses, & DJ Kobrakyle.
And speaking of upcoming release shows, here are three more to add to your calendar:
— Hyannis’s CD release show for In a Car is Feb. 6 at Slowdown, with Brimstone Howl, Outlaw Con Bandana and The Night Gallery. $5 gets you in the door and a copy of the disc.
— Ladyfinger will be celebrating the release of their latest Saddle Creek full-length, Dusk, Feb. 21 at Slowdown. The disc actually hits the bins Feb. 3. I’ve heard it — it’s smokin’!
— Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies will celebrate the long-awaited release of their debut CD Feb. 28 at Slowdown.
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