It has been a really good week for “We Died Laughing”! Last Wednesday, it was included on Jacques Granger’s program Songs From Under the Floorboards on RadioNope.com. Last night, Catrina played it on the Memphis Made program on Rock103 FM. This Thursday, the gang and I will surely be playing it on the Accendo Artist… Continue reading Adventures in Radio
We’ll be pairing up with the Mike Dees Band (Mike doesn’t play out much, so this is an exciting thing!) J.D. and Jason will also be playing short sets beforehand. Also coming very soon is the third single from the not-out-yet-but-I-promise-it-exists album. More on that in a day or so.
https://beheretinnitus.bandcamp.com/album/texas-cant-have-you-back-single This is up! Forgive that I’ve not had enough coffee yet to toot my own horn very hard, or weave some tale of why this is Essential Listening, but I am definitely happy with it and I’m looking forward to putting the whole record out. Also, February 7th at the beloved P&H Café in Midtown.… Continue reading January 23rd, 2015: “Texas Can’t Have You Back” and Live Shows
Today is the day! Both songs are available NOW at the Be Here Tinnitus official Bandcamp. “We Died Laughing” can be heard on Spotify, and can be purchased at Amazon.com as well. No link up yet at iTunes, but I’m sure it’s coming. UPDATE: It is available on iTunes. Musical brother J.D. Reager (and featured… Continue reading XLVII. “We Died Laughing” release news
TEN SONGS in. Yes, you heard me right. Bashed out the beginnings of four tunes with those lovely gents, and the results are above and beyond my own expectations. I think what really surprised me is how a couple of the songs transformed along the way. “Texas Can’t Have You Back”, which I have long considered… Continue reading XXXVII. Big Exciting Recording Update, In Yr Face!
Stepping back into the studio Thursday to add keys…toy piano, melodica, Rhodes, organ, synthesizer…should be fun. Also pretty sure Jason Pulley will be in there making magic as well. Looking to add some textures to three tunes. Two of the songs are rock songs and will stay straightforward. After that, lead guitars and vocals…then moving… Continue reading XXI. Album Update
Joe Boone with the Memphis Flyer posted about last week’s Otherlands show on the Sing All Kinds blog (link), and had this to say: “Imperial Lanes is a varied mix of pop. It was recorded by Harry Koniditsiotis. ‘A Team of Bumblebees’ has a Manchestery reverberation to it: drony guitars, drums so lush they sound… Continue reading XVIII. All Kinds of Singing – Memphis Flyer Mentions
Hi! Jack was recently interviewed by Memphis-area author/filmmaker/cool dude Richard Lester for his podcast. They discuss the music industry as well as the debut EP, Imperial Lanes. The half-hour interview* can be found here. *Those with an allergy to the f-word may not want to listen.
Testing…1…2…3… The blog here at thepneumaticgirls.com is now connected to our Facebook and Tumblr pages, and also to our Twitter. I’m told that’s supposed to be a good thing. Mind you, each will still have unique content, but most of our major announcements (in theory, at least) should originate from here. As referenced here, earlier… Continue reading XI. Getting Social