by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com
I just spent the past day or so writing about 5,000 words of Music Year in Review and 2016 music predictions (as well as a year-end wrap-up column). I’m burned out, people. Burned. Anyway, it’ll all be online in early January and in print in the January issue of The Reader (If I don’t publish it in Lazy-i first…).
Other than that, all’s quiet on the western front. Except for this bit of news sent to me by Clayton Petersen of Well Aimed Arrows:
Hey Tim! We have a new single, “Love in the Time of Attention Deficit Disorder,” that is now available via iTunes, CD Baby and Spotify. This single is off our upcoming album, Head Arrangements, that we hope to release early next year. The album was recorded by Mathew Carroll of See Through Dresses, mixed by JJ Idt, and mastered by Doug Van Sloun at Focus Mastering.
Well Aimed Arrows, if you remember, is a band whose history spans across decades, back to a band called The Protoculture. If you liked them, you’ll like this. Here are the links.
Now when are these guys going to get back on stage? It’s been since June 2013 since I’ve caught their set.
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The rock continues tonight at fabulous O’Leaver’s with The Subtropics, Eric in Outerspace and Vegetable Deluxe. Talk about a loaded line-up. $5, 9 p.m.
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