The band hasn’t changed their sound radically, Exister isn’t Metallica’s Lulu if that’s what you feared.
Great quality live footage from Hot Water Music and Make Do And Mend live in 013, Tilburg.
The 7″es for their Live at Chicago recordings have been compiled into 2xCD & 3xLP releases with additional tracks.
Hot Water Music has launched a(n) (audio) video of the other song from their upcoming self-released 7-inch.
The last couple of times I’ve seen the band on stage was really hit or miss. Fortunately they were in less alcoholic spirit when they played Chicago.
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Christer Davidsson from Shouting Street Audio Cassettes spoke to us about his label that has released cassettes from the Bouncing Souls and Hot Water Music.
After reading Lewis Dimmick’s – “This Music” Pim was curious about the man who wrote it. So he send him some questions.
Announcing more bands and a free compilation with songs by A Wilhelm Scream, Dear Landlord, Iron Chic, SAMIAM, Bouncing Souls and Against Me! a.o.
Drummer Matt Carroll talks about The Wave, walking dogs and Carry On’s ‘A Life Less Plagued’.
Dutch based label Shield Recordings will releases Make Do And Mend’s ‘End Measure Mile’ on LP/CD, read all about it in their newsletter.
Emailed this out last week but never did my messageboard rounds, so here we go … GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS AND MAILORDER LABEL AND WEBSTORE UPDATE – 08.09.13 Hello! It’s been a little while since you’ve heard from me (and over a month since my last proper Webstore Update), so as always I’m going to try … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Label and Webstore Update 8.14.13
This is no longer the band that was ‘just stoked to play your basement.’
Sparrow Falls tell us all about their acoustic tours, ARC and answer a couple of silly questions.
Deadpool talks about downloading VS supporting your local scene.
Now and then we put a message out that we’re looking for contributers. This guy, Jonas, from Sweden answered our call. Time to meet The Invisible Guy.