Suffer – Acoustic Cover

This is a song by some friends of mine who live here in Madison called Not Dead Yet.  Doctor Noise originally recorded the cover as a full band big song for a CD released here called Local Love Fest where bands from Madison cover bands they like from Madison.  Anyways, I decided to re-imagine the song.  Dumped the drums, dumped the guitars, kept the bass, recorded acoustic guitars, and played a tambourine.  All the vocals are also the original recording.  Anyways, hope you enjoy!  I’ll post it in the music section as well if you’d like to download a copy for yourself.  Or… or you could just download it by CLICKING HERE!  Magical!

Crazy Town LIVE @ a rad Surprise B-Day Party

Last weekend, our drummer Jon’s brothers girlfriend had a birthday.  So Matt (Jon’s brother) asked us to play some tunes at her surprise birthday party.  And then we did!  It was a lot of fun.  I meant to have one of the newer songs recorded but forgot to record anything at all until the show was about over.  Oh, well.  Crazy Town it is!

Upcoming Video for Arthuriana (Acoustic)

A video for Arthuriana is coming up and instead of being the album version it will be an acoustic version we recorded over this past week.  It turned out very nice and I’m looking forward to cutting the video for it together.  If you happened across this update pre-video and you’d like to hear the song early you can!  Just click below on the media player doohickey.  And, if you’d like a copy, it’s free!  Head on over to the Free Music! link up above. :)

Monday (Kickin’ Flamingos)

So the Kickin’ Flamingos is a new project that I (Bill) will be taking part in with my old friend and former bandmate, Danny Kane.  Plans are moving slow on this front simply due to other projects.  Specifically for having to record a full length CD, prep merchandise, and play a CD release show.  Now that things have settled there’s time!  Hopefully we’ll be seeing more Flamingo action in the near future!

We Are Young (Featuring Katherine Green)

Now this was a project.  Trying to do a bunch of things I’ve never really tried before.  By the end of the whole project I had learned a lot about editing a bunch of stuff with green screens.  Found out on Day 1 that…hey… if you plan to shoot with a green screen…camera stays on Tripod. lol.  Anyways this project was super fun and I’m really happy with how it turned out.  Thanks mucho to Katherine for being apart of it and of course all of my friends and bandmates all over Madison.  Such a cool project.  Can’t wait to do the next one which will, hopefully, be taking place on a cartoon train. :)