We’ve got something new and different for those of you who feel like branching out a bit.
It’s “Music for Bus Stations” by Todd Steed and John Baker. One would think that pairing these two indie-rock stalwarts together would produce some type of pop/rock opus.
Instead, it’s a 45-minute experimental CD – an ambient, dreamlike – at times, humorous – soundscape in which to get thoroughly lost. Look for a sample MP3 on the “official” product page by the weekend.
On a side note, Todd Steed and the Suns of Phere will be playing New Year’s Eve at Barley’s with Dixie Dirt (their last show) and Senryu. Should be damn good time so put it on your list of places to do NYE.
It’s time for the semi-regular news update here at Disgraceland.
Angel and the Love Mongers hit the road this week with a show in Nashville Thursday night (Nov. 10) at Mercy Lounge. Also on the bill are Jeremy Lister and Autovaughn.
The following night, the same three bands play in Knoxville at the Preservation Pub as part of 90.3 The Rock’s Locals Only night.
Speaking of Angel, if you haven’t visited Angel’s new website, you should check that out as well.
In other news, Todd Steed and John Baker have just completed a new project titled “Music For Bus Stops”. We hope to have it for sale here in a week or so.
Don’t forget to check out new products from Senryu, > Daniel Miller, Todd Steed and The French Broads.