I’m getting ready to go to Singapore for a couple of weeks, but a lot is happening in the meantime. Saxon Shore has finished mixing their forthcoming ep Luck Will Not Save Us From a Jackpot of Nothing and it will be mastered on 10 January. The plan is to include some bonus video footage and make it a multimedia release. They’re gearing up for some live dates:
28 Jan : Lititz, PA. The Mill with Reels of White Softly Flow
11 Feb : NYC. Bar 169 with Kite Operations.
12 Feb : Binghamton, NY. American Legion Post 80.
13 Feb : Philadelphia. The Fire.
2 Mar : Burlington, VT. Club Metronome.
3 Mar : Fredonia, NY. SUNY Fredonia.
4 Mar : Bronxville, NY. Sarah Lawrence College.
5 Mar : NYC. Pianos with Anathallo.
6 Mar : Fredonia, NY. BJ’s with Anathallo.
7 Mar : Akron, OH. The Lime Spider with Anathallo.
8 Mar : Grand Rapids, MI. Calvin College with Anathallo.
10 Mar : Upland, UN. Taylor University with Anathallo.
11 Mar : St. Louis, MO. Creepy Crawl with Anathallo.
12 Mar : Hernando, MS. Higher Grounds with Anathallo.
13 Mar : Springfield, MO. Randy Bacon Gallery.
1/2 Apr : Harrisonburg, VA. MACRoCk.
Bosque Brown Sings Mara Miller will be back from the cd factory very soon. I’m starting to get nervous and anxious. You’ll be in love with her songs soon.
I have the mastered version of Starflyer 59’s Talking Voice Vs. Singing Voice and it will be sent off for lacquer mastering for the LP release.
Mt. Eerie Live in Copenhagen hits stores on 18 January through Secretly Canadian Distribution.
Thanks to everyone who came out to see Reels of White last week. The proceeds from Saturday’s show with Reels and Denison Witmer were donated to the Mennonite Central Committee‘s Tsunami support fund, . If you haven’t contributed to the Tsunami relief effort and are interested, I’d recommend this organization who strive to provide relief and promote justice and peacemaking initiatives worldwide.