Baker’s Dozen Plus by Sons Of Nothing Greetings & Salutations! Why “Head Over Heels”? Why us? Why now? Why is this post entitled “Baker’s Dozen” and why is it labeled as entry #2 when there has been no entry #1 as of yet? The answer to the last question will have to wait for a … Read moreBaker’s Dozen #2: Head Over Heels
Greetings & Salutations! What an odd little beast this song is, and what a long strange trip it has taken in getting here. Next week, we’ll be re-releasing our 2003 EP One Left Turn. It has been out of print for several years, and unlike our more recent releases, has never been available via digital … Read moreGovt Machine Boy
Greetings & Salutations! So…where were we? The concept of the show changed quite a bit in the months leading up to it. There were several bullet points that I wanted to hit: the 10th anniversary of Flyin’ Zion and the FloydShow, the 10th anniversary of Matt joining the band (we had downplayed the 10th anniversary … Read moreQuality & Quantity, Part 2
Greetings & Salutations! So, this is a ridiculously long-delayed and long-winded (both of which I apologize for in advance) gig recap. I almost didn’t write it at all, due to a combination of the usual procrastination issues plus a perverse curiosity about whether I could last an entire year between blog entries, and whether a … Read moreQuality & Quantity, Part 1
Greetings & Salutations! Well, that’s it. Tracking complete, mixing complete. The mastered recording and artwork have been delivered to disc manufacturers and digital distributors alike. By the end of this week, our new album Green & Grey will be out in the world, available to all, well and truly out of our hands. It’s an odd sensation, … Read moreGreen & Grey…Finally!
“By Grabthar’s Hammer…uh, or something less geeky…I promise it will not be so long between this one and the next one.” – Thom Bowers, 13 February 2006 Not being one to carry the torch of geekiness (I must admit I don’t know who Grabthar is) but Thom was referring to the enormous gap between One … Read moreExpectations
Greetings & Salutaions! So, I’ve figured out the problem with recording devices: they don’t get drunk. On stage, it’s all so simple: connect with the drummer, find the pocket, hit the right notes, and do your best to entertain the crowd. You have high volume, adrenaline, the vibe of the room, and the knowledge that … Read moreClarity, Phase Two: Unclenched