Today we have a live performance of “Georgette Plays a Goth.” The audio on this video isn’t that great, but it’s still fun. I think this was shot shortly after we’d written the song. The version of “Georgette Plays a Goth” that appears on the album, Every Scene Needs a Center, features a different guitar intro that Cori wrote just before we recorded it. Speaking of Every Scene Needs a Center, the vinyl re-issue of that album is almost completely sold out. If you would like a copy of this limited edition LP (only 300 pressed), you may order one HERE.
Congrats to Ohio State and the Big Ten Conference.
Today we have the song “Welcome to the Big Ten Conference” performed by Tullycraft
Recently, while cleaning out our old practice space, Chris and I stumbled on a bunch of old show flyers. In 1996 you could have seen Chris’ pre-Tullycraft band, Incredible Force of Junior perform with Modest Mouse and Apples in Stereo for only $3. What a deal! What a show!
Here is a great song by Incredible Force of Junior called Driving in Your Car. Enjoy!
Today we have an unreleased recording from the Tulycraft Archives. This is a home recorded cover of the Ballboy song: I Lost You, But I Found Country Music.
Today we have Anorak Christmas by Nixon.
From the Archives: more footage from the ‘Every Scene Needs a Center’ recording sessions. I had forgotten about the the funny bickering between Cori and Chris, the slot car races and the long marimba discussions.
If you haven’t heard, ‘Every Scene Needs a Center’ was recently reissued on limited edition vinyl (only 300 pressed). This is the first time this album has been available on vinyl, and there are no plans to press more. If you’re interested in owning a copy of this LP you can order one from Magic Marker Records or Darla Records.