Monday, June 16, 2008

It List: Monday

Sorry Im late, but luckily, there isn't anything going on tonight other than the usual... we'll have at least two features this week that will make you want to kiss us, so stay tuned for those. One might be up tonight. And in case you forgot: Cool Out, Jazz at Amsterdam and Paul Slavens @ Dan's are all happening tonight.

10 Comments:

Anonymous cliff notes said...

you've probably doomed any chance of it coming out tonight.. by saying it's coming out tonight.. however i might just doom it more..

p.s. bong rips later?

5:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cute, real cute

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

autotramps are go!

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Martin Iles said...

Last weekend I went to Good Records with the intent of slowly going through all the vinyl they offer. Based on the look of a group of records in a section titled "Mississippi Records", I bought all five. It was a blind purchase, I didn't know anything about the label, and there is very little information on most of the records themselves. Lucked out, I bought some really good shit that I think a few of you on this bored would be interested in.

Mississippi Records is a little record store on Mississippi Avenue in Portland. They release limited edition (I believe as little as a thousand pressings) vinyl of audio that the owners like. They have no web presence, and they freely offer that people copy and spread their records around as there are so few made. I believe the owners of the store/label also have connections with that acetate recording of the Velvet Underground that was found at the Chelsea Flea Market in NYC a few years ago.

Anyway, these records are awesome... there are still a few copies up at Good Records, and they are about $11.00 a piece.

Here is a link to the Mississippi Records section on Forced Exposure with descriptions of the stuff.

Good Records has "Last Kind Words (1926-1953)", "Philip Cochran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble: Malcolm X Tribute", "Skip James", "70s Thai Orchestra", and "Love is Love" (a compilation of African R&B, Highlife & Dry Guitar music recorded from the 1950s to the 70s).

Worth your time.

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

R.I.P Stan Winston

10:37 PM  
Anonymous jpt said...

Weird, I have a 7 inch from current band Red Herring on Mississippi Records. That seems like an interesting list of titles, and I like Red Herring (not related to Red Herrings of FW). I guess they're related lable-wise?

11:41 PM  
Anonymous jpt said...

Red Herring weren't on the list but are from Portland I know, which is totally suspenseful. I'm not at home so I can't look at the record. HEY I'LL KEEP YOU GUYS POSTED BROWNIES IN THE FRIDGE.

11:50 PM  
Anonymous lester burlap said...

I hate all of you. Shut up you stupid fucks. (Sorry, no one had said that yet in this comments section)

9:42 AM  
Anonymous jpt said...

Well, Dog Faced Hermans are on Red Herring's myspace buddy list thing so I would assume they are related. I typed in Red Herring Mississppi Records at google and a link to this post was the 2nd listing god damn that was exciting! Apparently Mississippi has a record shop in Portland...on Mississippi duh. Lester have a brownie they're marble fuck you!!

6:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wha??????

7:12 PM  

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