David Matysiak of Coyote Bones sent me an e-mail with a head’s up that he just mastered their new record, Niobrara, on April 2. “Just finishing the artwork and then going to print vinyl LPs,” Matysiak said. “No CDs this time!”
Matysiak said CB is now a trio, featuring himself, Jordan Noel of Athens band Iron Hero, and Heather Kemp, a singer from Macon, GA. Coyote Bones just opened for Cursive May 1 in Atlanta. Look for their new album in late August on Matysiak’s label, CoCo Art. “PS:,” he wrote, “New Telephono Vol. 2 info coming up!” Nice.
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Keynote event for my weekend is, of course, Dundee’s Spring Fling event, but specifically Dario Days — the music/beer-drinking event held in the parking area right next to Blue Line Coffee in Dundee. The music starts at 6:30 with Ragged Company, followed by Moses Prey, Rock Paper Dynamite and Satchel Grande at 10 p.m. Taking place just a few yards away will be the Dundee Spring Fling stage located right outside of the KFAB building. The music starts at 11:45 a.m., but the biggest draw will likely be for U2 tribute band Me2 at 5:30.
Also Saturday night, Bazooka Shootout plays at O’Leaver’s with Actors and Actresses. $5, 9:30 p.m.
And Sunday night, O’Leaver’s is hosting Fucken Snakes with Mosquito Bandito and Goddamn Gallows. $5, 9:30 p.m.
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