The Sacramento News & Review was kind enough to interview us three. It was to be a Music Feature. Then it was to be an Arts Feature. Then it became a cover story. To which we all say: Oh! Hell Yes!
By the time the author interviewed Jefferson Pitcher the piece was nearly done and so he even ran Jeff’s interview separately in the paper.
Good times for all. We’re planning a single show for local (to Sacramento) folks on Sept. 13 at our regular stomping ground the Fox & Goose Pub. If you’re around (and are 21+, sorry) please come by. The label promises we’ll have copies to sell at the show by then. If I get my biz together I’ll have 3″ mini CDs of some of the demos as a bonus for those who buy it. I really wanted to be able to give everyone a copy of the Constitution but I just couldn’t work out the $. Damn you $$. Damn you to helll$$!!
Meanwhile, we did a rather lengthy series of interviews–both by e-mail and phone–with Matt Erler at NUVO and he did us up a really great essay/review/overview, which is quite good and worth the read. Check it!
AND Matt also kindly enough published the original complete interviews too so you can read those as well if you’ve got an inkling for the digital ink. We didn’t know Matt before this, but like Nick Miller (who wrote the SN&R piece above) he really took the time and effort to understand what it was we were trying to do. Thanks, gents.
Meanwhile, our friend Sandy did a post with some of the original fawm.org demos (with our permission, of course). Original demos of Washington, Coolidge, and Adams. Check those out on Sandy’s site here.