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Unwed Sailor are currently on tour and have dates over the next two weeks throughout the midwest. Go see them play. I’ve also posted some more confirmed dates for another Unwed Sailor tour in late November through mid-December.
Saxon Shore are playing three shows, tonight in Brooklyn, tomorrow in the Philadelphia area, Saturday in Fredonia.
Yndi Halda are playing with Audrey in London on Sunday for everyone in the UK.
Lots of Starflyer 59 test pressings have arrived. All remaining 7″ were sent out yesterday to test pressing series subscribers and they should be arriving tomorrow or Saturday. In the biggest news yet for the series, we have finally decided on where the boxes are going to be manufactured. We’re finalizing the details for the design and hope to have them ready for the third shipment in the series (late November/early December).
The label and cover designs have been sent out for Emperor X The Blythe Archives Volume One one-sided LP. I’ll be posting this for pre-order very soon.
I’m going to be in Chicago this weekend and then Austin for the next two weeks so mail order will be a little slower until I return, but the backlog of orders should be cleared for the most part.

Some details from Saxon Shore:
“Anyone watching the MLB all star game last night you might’ve heard our songs “Side by Side in this Gentle Descent”, “The Last Days of a Tragic Allegory” and “Marked With the Knowledge” during an interview with Willie Mays in the pregame show.
Click on “VIDEO: Interviewing a legend”
“The Revolution Will Be Streaming” was used in a similar context (not a Willie Mays interview) before the Kentucky Derby on NBC last month.
Also, some new tracks posted here on our myspace including Tyondai Braxtons (BATTLES) remix of “Shaping…” previously only available on Spark Musiq’s Japanese issue of The Exquisite Death.
New music soon… really…”

Did you hear Saxon Shore’s “Marked with the Knowledge” from The Exquisite Death of Saxon Shore during the All-Star Game pre-game? I’m rooting for Russell Martin, Brad Penny, and the rest of the National League.
Indiana was a nice visit. It’s always nice to get some Pizza King pizza, Ivanhoe’s ice cream, and some breaded tenderloin sandwiches. We went to Nick’s in Huntington, supposedly the birthplace of the breaded tenderloin, and it was really amazing.