Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Light a lantern at the bar

Well, well, well. The Metro Times music issue is out today, and check out who got the cover: none other our favorite Mitten State tall tale tellers Great Lakes Myth Society.

The issue on a whole is a much-needed print chronicle of the current state of Southeastern Michigan music, and also features the first installment of a new Metro Times feature called Grapeshot, which is a rundown of recent local releases. A recommended jumping-off point for anyone who thinks Just Haircuts and Jackets' coverage is too shallow (and a good place for us to find out about stuff, too — I need to get my hands on this A-plus-worthy PAS/CAL EP).

Also, if there's any doubt that Metro Times music editor Johnny Loftus is anything less than the finest sound-analyzing voice in the area, peep the last graf from his GLMS write-up: "And whatever you do, don't call Great Lakes Myth Society soft. Remember, James Monger has wrestled lampreys."

Wrestling lampreys. Hell yeah.


Blogger Brandon said...

P.S. I hope you saw the 2 unreleased tracks available for download on the left sidebar... get em while you can.

11:01 AM  
Blogger Brandon said...

Also, the Pas/Cal EP can be streamed on their website.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Just Haircuts and Jackets said...

Ahhhh!!!! "Heydays" is on there! Everyone needs to listen to that song because it is a fantastic source for names of things on the Internet — and a good song to boot.

8:15 AM  
Blogger Brandon said...

yAre you hip to Ann Arbor's Benoit Pioulard? Dude's new record is so damned good... I had heard some of his previous stuff on myspace, and it was good, but this is really fucking good.

9:07 AM  
Blogger Travis said...

Hey, Brandon. Nice to see you around, even if in twelve point font.

I'd also like to second (or third, didn't someone mention this in a previous post?) Precis. Between working at Ghostly, being a full-time student, and making such a gorgeous record, Tom is a fount of inspiration.

4:35 AM  

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