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. Advertisements
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
This bizarre little machine – drum machines were once called ‘rhythm boxes’ – is heading to Harry’s for recording… …but what it is being used for is something of a secret…
This recording serves as an important reminder to make the most of monitoring, when available, because not being able to hear what your singing often yields results like…this.
Oh, and this wasn’t really a thing when I posted that last bit, but it bears mentioning that there may sometime soon be a music video. Remember those? As of right now, it sounds like it would be for “A Team of Bumblebees”…or at least, that’s what this treatment was for.
The official release party for our debut EP Imperial Lanes will take place on Friday, July 11th at Otherlands on Cooper. Sharing the bill with us will be Zoo Girls and Xanthe Mumm. We’ll give you more information as we have it. Also, Jack was a guest on Richard Lester’s podcast yesterday, so be on the… Continue reading VII. Parties and Podcasts
We played a great set at Otherlands on Saturday, April 19th, opening for the recently reborn Black Max. It was our first performance promoting the CD. We performed five of the six songs from the EP, omitting “A Team of Bumblebees” as it’s generally better when played loud and fuzzy! The set list was: If… Continue reading VI. April Shows Bring May Flows (Or Something)
This EP got its name from the now-closed bowling alley on Summer Avenue. The only other name under consideration was Slow Numbers, but since four of the songs were not slow this title seemed misleading. Not that Imperial Lanes is any better…none of the songs are about bowling. The cover is my cat, Dot, and… Continue reading V. The Story of Imperial Lanes
Happy holidays, everybody! I guess we’ve actually been at this for a year now, huh? What started out as Sunday afternoon fun has pushed forth into smoky Midtown bars and art communes in Arkansas. There are tons of people to thank, and I like to think we make sure and let them know as often… Continue reading IV. The Obligatory End of Year Post
The thought of putting out a single to precede our debut album came to me in perhaps early November, when we received rough mixes for the second batch of songs we recorded. A couple of liberties were taken and we had a guest player for the song “Fall” – Jason Pulley, piano man about town… Continue reading III. Matchbox Saints and Disappearing Girls