Sunday, June 20th, 2004

We Have The Facts And Are Voting Yes

Death Cab For Cutie have a website! Lots of good stuff there – journal, news, mp3s and videos and a breakdown of all their gear for the guitar geek-inclined. From Tomorrow Is Already Here.

Glorious Noise interviews The Chicago Tribune’s Greg Kot, author of the Wilco book Learning How To Die. And Jeff Tweedy will be appearing as a guest voice on the Canadian animated series Odd Job Jack, starring Don McKellar. The episode will air July 17 at 8:30pm on the Comedy Network in Canada.

A note related to the current mp3 of the week – the Daniel Johnston tribute album The Late, Great Daniel Johnson: Discovered Covered will be out on September 21. Check out the all-star lineup and tracklisting at Filter.

Clinic and their surgical masks will be at Lee’s on November 5.

Note to Liz Phair on the occasion of her Stuff Magazine photospread – no one cares anymore. Sorry.

Cheers to Largehearted Boy for including Lake Holiday in his list of daily downloads. Must’ve been a really slow day, eh? But to make it worthwhile, we’ve added an mp3 of a new song recorded this past Thursday at Sneaky Dee’s. Check it out in the ‘Music’ section of the website.

I may hate Clear Channel with every fibre of my being, but I am pleased they’re bringing the Blue Man Group to Toronto. That was the one show I had really wanted to see in Las Vegas but didn’t feel like trying to explain exactly what it was to my parents. Now I’ll be able to just go down the street to see it! Nice.

As I mentioned yesterday, I did my democratic duty a week early and voted in the Federal election at an advance poll. So much more convenient than rushing out on Monday night after work. So while I’m still anxious about how things are going to turn out, my part in all this business is done.

np – Calexico / Hot Rail

By : Frank Yang at 10:23 am
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  1. elva says:

    hey, thanks for linking my blog! its cool to know that people actually read the darn thing, and actually i do feel quite honoured getting props from such an esteemed blogger as yourself. okay that’s enough gushing. looking forward to ted leo tomorrow!

  2. david says:

    I’ve enjoyed the online postings of Lake Holiday for a while, and just finally got around to posting them.

    Thanks for reminding me about the Rachel Goswell record, though I doubt my local shop will carry it. What I’ve heard has been special.