Friday, December 09, 2011

BLOODYMINDED - Within The Walls - Update

We have an appointment tomorrow to master "Within The Walls" at The Boiler Room with engineer Collin Jordan.  He re-mastered one of the Intrinsic Action re-issues, at Alien Soundscapes, ages ago...

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Mark Solotroff - Final shows of 2011

Two last dates coming up to close out the year:

I am happy to be joining Rabid Rabbit on "Suicide Song" this Sunday (12/11) when they open up for Psychic TV at Reggie's. The new Rabid Rabbit LP on BloodLust!, "Czarny Sen," will be available at the show:

I have just been added to a small ensemble that will be performing with J.R. Robinson, AKA Wrekmeister Harmonies, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, on Tuesday December 27th at 6:00 PM -- as part of the MCA’s Face the Strange series. Robinson will be screening and conducting a live score to his video, "You’ve Always Meant So Much To Me." The current list of musicians published on the MCA's site includes Jef Whitehead, Blake Judd, Sanford Parker and Jamie Fennelly. More details soon...

Monday, December 05, 2011

Rabid Rabbit update

The Rabid Rabbit LPs were finally just delivered by UPS... merely the third UPS shipping screw-up in a row!  The driver did not seem at all pleased about having to drive back out here at 6:30 PM with 18 cartons.  Release update to follow, once the band gives these things the old tar-paper treatment...

AV Club Milwaukee on Anatomy of Habit

AoH did not exactly win over AV Club in Milwaukee, but it isn't all bad...,66026/

Sunday, December 04, 2011

AoH at Lincoln Hall

Thanks to everyone who made it out to see us at Lincoln Hall last night! Sorry to those who could not get in due to the show selling out in advance. Big thanks to Patrick Scott for doing such a great job with our sound, as he always does. The stage/sound/production folks at Lincoln Hall were all cool to work with and it was a great stage/room to play on/in.  It was a fun weekend of shows with Russian Circles and Young Widows and we appreciate that they had us on the bill with them the last two nights.

Bis Aufs Messer on AoH

Anatomy Of Habit

Don’t believe the hype, this is not the new black metal project by Flying Luttenbachers people as promised. This is even better. Chicago underground galore. Totally awesome Swans-like postpunk, so dark and slow you don’t wanna come out of your cave. Be careful while listening to the new record.