I note previously the pictures from the Attrition show. We got to play with them when they came through here, and, again, there were like a dozen people there. Why is it that one of the more influential (at least long lived and prolific) acts in that style of music doesn't seem to attract more people?
I wish we had gotten HBS as well. She gave me one of her demo disks and I would have liked to have seen that.
If you're under 30 you probably have no idea who Attrition is
If you're over 30 you probably saw them at least a couple times during their "tour every town in the US" phase
At least those were the explanations I heard from the people I unsuccessfully tried to get to the show — it was either "who?" or "seen 'em". Really a shame — I had seem them a few times before but this show was better than the rest of them combined.
OOOOoOoO Slipmats! Pretty. now if only I had a turntable... or two.
Did JJ work out?
Yes, thanks for the pointer!
Excellent! I always like to pimp the people that did good stuff for me.. but always worry that something will go wrong, etc. Seller's anxiety, I guess.
Anyway, good deal!
This photo greatly amuses me for some reason.
Probably because my mind inserts the exclamation "Rarr!" as its audio accompanyment.
RE: Tokyo Dark Castle: I'll take $500 for "slow motion car crash," Bob.
> slipmats are distributed
Just ordered a couple of pair -- I hear they're more magical than a generous helping of Spanish Fly.
Kickass, man. I hope you sell enough to make it worthwhile.
LOVE the photo section! ;-)