Hey y’all. You should really support Chris Reject and his record label. He’s somehow been putting out records since I’ve been going to shows, and is only like…4 years older than me. Imagine a 19-year old Chris Reject peddling CD’s to you. It’s identical to 30 year-old Chris Reject peddling 7”s to you. He just re-opened his webstore and added a ton of stuff, so go check it out after you like his Facebook page, because he loves pouring over reports and graphs of Facebook likes broken down by geographical region, and other evil CEO shenanigans such as that. Also, anyone who reblogs this just says something like “WHEN ARE YOU GETTING BACK TOGETHER” gets infinity noogies. Don’t fuck with me.
MOST is a band comprised of John Galm (ex. Snowing), Chris Diehm (ex. 1994!), Matt Glassmyer (ex. Boyfriends), and Dom Billett (Toy Soldiers). They will be playing their only show of 2012/possibly their only show ever on Wednesday, October 24th at the Chameleon Club in scenic Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Details can be found at the link below.
Ross Brazuk has been a member of Snowing and Street Smart Cyclist. He was kind enough to answer some questions for us. Read the interview after the jump.
Yo, go read about what Ross is doing with his life. I’ll give you a hint: nothing that involves being in a band.
Hey everyone! Chris Reject is auctioning off some of our test presses, among a bunch of other neat stuff, for charity, and you should totally think about bidding. All proceeds go to Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley, and NOT Turning Point, the short lived hardcore band from New Jersey. The charity supports survivors of domestic violence. A noble cause! Please reblog!
pre-orders for the new “asummertourwithalgernoncadwalladersnowingand1994!” are going up soon! take your eyeballs out and put them on your internet browser directed to: http://squareofopposition.bigcartel.com/
ps: the new book is now 8.5” x 8.5” with 80 pages of photos from our summer tour with algernon cadwallader and 1994! its only $20! Seriously, we are so excited to release this!
please disregard the blurb.com version of the “asummerwith…” photo book that i made.
chris regec and i (mostly chris) have been doing research on finding a cheaper, more cost effective company to print these books through and, with lots of waiting and asking around, we think we found one. i’m…