This week, we have two submitted artists, you can help decide if Jordan Eastman or Colours For The Blind should be played again next week.
The first is Colours For The Blind, a garage band out of London who has been busy playing gigs
The next is Jordan Eastman, a folk indie guy from Nashville. He just released his new album and this is a single off of it.
So who do you like?
In this week’s episode, Grant Harrison makes his debut with “A Little More Often”
Here is the video.
So you like movies huh?
This year RxSM has announced the Superior Cinephile Contest where 5 film addicts will be selected to view 100 films, in 84 hours, over 7 days
Only one will be crowned as the “Superior Cinephile”! Prizes include VIP passes to upcoming film festivals, cash money prize of $100, a sweet customized trophy, and an assortment of goodies provided by their sponsors.
If you are psycho about cinema, think you have what it takes and want to enter the contest please send an email about why you can win the contest (email@example.com) and the good folks at RXSM will select 5 film addicts to compete for the title.
RXSM is March 8th through March 14th from 4pm to 4am. Austin TX.
Making their debut on our podcast this week is New Mexican Disaster Squad with their song “Tighrope”.
Catch a live performance of this song here:
“Push The Sky Away”, the new Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds album, is released today.
Easily the first choice of records being released today, pick it up online or in your local record store.
Here is their newest video:
Making their debut on our podcast last monday is Bob Burns and The Breakups.
Check out their video for the song we played “I hate the city”
We had the pleasure of playing Surgeon Marta on our podcast monday.
This is the video for the song we played “Send more cops”
check this band out.
One film that we are really excited to see make it’s way into the VTXIFF is xxx All Ages xxx, this is a documentary film that explores the early Boston Hardcore music scene from the years 1981 thru 1984. Unlike earlier films that were centered on the members of the bands, this film delves into the social and communal aspects of that particular era. The community, culture, straight edge and DIY (Do it yourself) ethic of the time are all explored in the film. Never before seen archival footage, photographs, interviews and dramatizations make up the body of the film.
The origins of the “xxx All Ages xxx” film project go as far back as September 1981. At the time Duane Lucia (Executive Producer) was the owner and operator of the Gallery East performance / art space located in Boston. The Gallery East provided an early “All Ages” venue making it instrumental in giving birth to the upcoming local “Hardcore” scene. Katie “The Kleening Lady” Goldman (Producer) was a communication major and radio personality at Emerson College as well as a driving force in the burgeoning local hardcore scene. She was involved with the promotion of all ages hardcore shows at the gallery including The Mighty CO’s which was fronted by fellow Emerson student Drew Stone (Director). In 2009 the three formed an alliance with the intention of making a documentary film focusing on the early Boston Hardcore scene. It was agreed upon that under the Gallery East name Duane Lucia would finance the project and assume the role of Executive Producer, Katie Goldman would be the film’s Producer and Drew Stone the Director / Editor along with Alan Dubin.
Even cooler? Legendary band DYS is coming to the film festival to play the afterparty with a few other bands on the bill. This will be your chance to watch a great documentary on bands that helped define their genre of music, and watch on of the bands that did it live and in person.