Saturday, February 28, 2009

SUPERGOD!!! Rabid Peripheral Mermaid

Okay, so I warned everyone when I started this that entries would be sporadic at best because I'm a busy man who has better things to do with his time then blog about any old thing everyday. Speaking about side projects (was I?) for the last 28 days I've been working on my RPM challenge album "SUPERGOD!!! Rabid Peripheral Mermaid" I have it uploaded on the RPM website ready to be streamed by you frothing at mouth public types. I think it turned out pretty good if you're familiar with my previous SUPERGOD! material (this will be my fourth SUPERGOD! release) it's pretty much in the same vein of audio fuckery and loopy shinanigans. I'm going down to Fred's Records tomorrow give them a few copies. Anyway, it was fun, I might make a couple of videos for it, and maybe in the next few weeks I'll start going to shows again and start this here videography project back up. Tell me what you think if you have any thoughts on it at all.

Monday, February 2, 2009


Last Friday I had the pleasure of sharing the stage with up and coming epic instrumental rock force "Surgeon". The band features Steve Cowan (you can see him in action if you check out the AE Bridger entry down below), Phil Maloney, Josh Ward, Andrew Wicks. This was only their third (fourth?) show but the by's are tighter then something really obscene. They got some freaky techniques and I can tell they take it seriously. Anyway, I don't know the name of this song but it's pretty deadly, enjoy!

I took a couple of videos of them but the bass on the other one completely overpowered the microphone and there were a ton of people in the way. I might put it up anyway if I get around to it. Oh, and I'm gonna make sure the next video I take will be at a place other then CBTG's. It couldn't really be helped this weekend since I played there three times in a row. I wanted to take a video of Dan Ficken or "The Mudflowers" from Saturday night but my batteries ran out and I forgot to bring new ones. It was the first time I'd seen The Mudflowers and I have to say they are a lot of fun, I highly recommend checking them out, also they are friggin' adorable so I know my youtube views would soar. Anyway, hopefully my ears will stop ringing sometime soon and I can get some more work done.

More Cyril Sneer action.

I received some requests from total strangers for more Cyril Sneer videos and while I was at the "Last" Downstairs Mix-up the boys got themselves so pretty I couldn't help but take some footage. They played most of the set as a two piece and Derm got right into it he did. Here we have them playing Their old chestnut "The Puncher".

Here we got Cyril as a three piece doing their song "King"

It was funtimes.