First off, I'm trying really hard to get as many heads out to my open mic this Tuesday as I possible can. We've had a ton of country and karaoke lately, and I'd love to get it back to kids playing originals and rocking asses off. Please, please, please come out and play, (but dont' play that song called "Come Out and Play" I hate the Offspring). I'm really trying to rally some heads here, don't let me down.
Next thing, I want to mention is all mp3 album downloads from our website are now $5. Five bucks, for a full album, what a bargain?
Click here if you're interested in this deal of the century.
Up next, is a while back Stick appeared on the Screaming Sam Show podcast. I had a joke off with Water Boy and it was hilarious. Did I win the joke off? You'll have to tune in to find out.
Next up, we got mentioned on TBT's webiste. They made a small connection between our last studio album and one of Michael Jackson's earlier albums.
Click here and see if you can spot any similarities.
Songs, songs and more songs!
Stick has been working on producing a lot of stuff for other people lately. First off, check the song "We Came to Party" by D Murder, Outbreak and Stick Martin. You can check it out on D Murder's myspace page.
Click here to check "We Came To Party!"
Also, in the last few weeks Stick has been putting the final touches on an entire album by he's good friend Adam Z. Adam helpped mix Thrilla and put the band up in Philly while we were on tour, so we kind of owe him. The album isn't completed yet, but you can get a sneak peak at a song called "The Balled of Johnny Jagerbomb." It was played on this weeks podcast episode from Something Planet, (we love those guys).
And speaking of Something Planet, David the Day owes me a rim job. Rencently, we recorded another Theme song for their show (that makes 3). This new theme song was also featured on this weeks episode.
To hear the new Something Planet Theme
and The Ballad of Johnny Jagerbomb by Adam Z,
click here and download the new epidsode.
And as if we don't help those mfer's enough,
Stick just started wrting for Dunedin Free Press and his first interview was with the Something Planet crew. It is a really funny interview and the first thing I've ever written for a newspaper. The hard copy edition will be on the streets in a few days, but you can catch the interview on the Dunedin Free Press website right now.
Click here for the Something Planet Interview in Dunedin Free Press
Lastly,if you forgot to download it. Here's a link to our new live album
Most informative TSMS email ever.