Things have been slightly hectic, but an official btv update will go out this week. I’ve been filling orders and getting things ready for our new distributor, Redeye, which will become the exclusive distributor for all btv cds in March. This will make our releases available to most independent record shops, large chains (Tower, Best Buy, etc), and internet superstores. I think this will be a very exciting opportunity for the label and will hopefully make it very easy for everyone to buy our releases.
Make sure to see The Trouble with Sweeney at the Grape Street Pub in Manyunk on Friday, all of you Philadelphians.
The interactive compilation project is still on-going. The first interactive media segments have been delivered from Matt Owens of Volume Oneand Lee Misenheimer of Destroy Rock City, as well as the songs from The Album Leaf, Prospekt, Ester Drang, and Reels of White Softly Flow. A total of 8 songs and interactive segments will be included with a super-deluxe booklet. Release date in the Fall? On sais jamais (one never knows)…
I saw Brotherhood of the Wolf last night. Perhaps one of the strangest movies in recent times, a French Revolutionary period horror martial arts film. It was entertaining, for sure, and definitely bizarre, but I’m not sure that it was a good movie.