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I’ve posted updated dates for Yndi Halda in Asia as well as some additional Unwed Sailor July dates. There are extensive touring plans for Unwed Sailor underway throughout 2007, so more details as soon as everything is finalized. There should be another European tour this fall.
Thanks to everyone who came out to see Unwed Sailor in Chicago this Saturday. It’s always great to be able to see them play.
Starflyer 59 7″ cover printing is almost done for the first 2 7″. Hopefully I can get some photos online soon, so I can make believers out of all of the doubters.
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I’ve made a few updates to the Unwed Sailor tour in June and to the Yndi Halda dates in Asia for late July/early August.
I was at the sold out Unwed Sailor/Murder by Death show at Schuba’s last night. It’s always great to be able to see Unwed Sailor play and the set was really tight. I think the dates in June should be pretty impressive. The band is making plans for more touring throughout the rest of the summer and the fall, as well as plans to finish recording Little Wars. I’m excited to see them again in Philadelphia on 9 June with Rosetta and Soporus.
Starflyer 59 Ghosts of the Future 7″ test pressings are en route to subscribers. The Commissioner has done his good work, as always.
Byul is working to finish up the recording to their upcoming release and will be starting to design the packaging soon.
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Yndi Halda have a couple of videos up now. There’s one from their European tour here and an edit of the first half of “Dash and Blast” here.
I got to see a few friends play shows here in Chicago, the Wiitala Brothers and my friend Sarah visiting from Copenhagen on Saturday and the Hortons and the Coff on Sunday. I’ll be at Unwed Sailor at Schuba’s on Wednesday when they play with Murder By Death. I’ll also be eating more than my share of sausages at Hot Doug’s.
If all goes well, test pressings for the first four Starflyer 59 7″ should be arriving today and then going out to all of the test pressing set subscribers. The Commissioner is taking over the role of mail order hero in my absence.
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