Archive for April, 2011

Mp3 of the Day

On this day in 1997 the band Cold Cold Hearts released their self titled debut album on Kill Rock Stars. This would be their one and only album. The Washington, D.C. based-band included Allison Wolfe & Erin Smith (both formerly of Bratmobile). Cold Cold Hearts broke-up in 1998. Today we have the song Lady! Reversible! (Alleged.) from their self titled debut. Happy Friday.

April 8, 2011 at 3:18 am

On This Day….

For the past five decades the annual Eurovision Song Contest has been one of Europe’s biggest cultural events. Every country submits a musical act and a winner is decided in an American Idol-style contest. On this day in 1974, a little band called ABBA won the event’s top prize for their home country Sweden. The song they performed was “Waterloo.” In 2005 Waterloo was voted the greatest song in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest.

April 6, 2011 at 3:45 am

Tullycraft Tuesday

Today we have the band Iji performing the Tullycraft song Josie. This cover version appeared on the tribute album Wish I’d Kept A Scrapbook on Unchikun Records. If you or your band has recorded a Tullycraft song send it our way and we’ll post it on the site. Happy Tuesday.

April 5, 2011 at 4:08 am 1 comment

Updates from hiatus

On this day in 2009 Tullycraft played at the Crocodile in Seattle. This was our last show in the northwest before our self imposed hiatus and it’s officially been two years since we’ve played in our home town. It was rumored at the time that the band was taking a break to allow Chris more time on his goat farm and Cori more time with his adult book store. (Here is Luke Burbank discussing said rumor on TBTL). Tullycraft is still officially on a break, but there have been rumblings about perhaps writing and recording new music. Stay tuned.

April 4, 2011 at 2:47 am 6 comments

On this day…

On this day in 2003 Bunnygrunt recorded a song titled “Thugz Forevah” with St. Louis rapper Chingy. Initially, the song was intended to appear on the Bunnygrunt singles & rarities CD In The Valley Of Lonesome Phil, but the track was pulled from the project when Chingy signed with Ludacris’ Disturbing tha Peace record label. To this day, the song still remains unreleased.

April 1, 2011 at 3:54 am

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