So is Spike Hill.
I got one of these Standard Leather Guitar Mounts from Guitar Ideas. It's tres groovy. I got turned onto these kinds of mounts from Mandolin Brothers, because that's how they hang their guitars. The only guitars it won't work with are those which have the tuners all on one side of the headstock. But as we all know those kinds of guitars are completely irrelevant anyway.
I don't quite understand what this opera is that Nat Cassidy is working on but it has something to do with Dunsany's Charon, which is fairly high on the awesome scale.
I think I know the answer to the question of what we're going to do as far as any sort of organized promotion of Tyrannosaurus Mouse, et al. We're just going to use Taxi. We'll submit for whatever we're eligible for and suchly. There. It'll cost about $500 for the year including the costs of delivering things and so forth. All done like that.
So that and CDBaby. That's our promotional plan. Taxi, CDBaby. There ya go.
The Sweatshop is another rehearsal studio in Williamsburg. Their website is pretty obnoxious though.
Bandcamp lets you upload 24-bit files! Tell me that isn't the sexiest thing you've heard all day.
Here’s what you can upload:
- lossless WAV, AIFF and FLAC files
- 16 and 24-bit samples
- 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192kHz sample rates
- stereo and mono