New tunes coming soon. And a new bass player. Maybe other new members if I can con anyone into it.
Well 2017 was interesting, but it’s all over now, so let’s play a show at the Empty Bottle, on January 3rd, with Brisco Darling and Terriers. Fun fun fun fun
Michelles v3 is busy in the space plucking strings, pushing buttons, singing words, and tightening it up. Shows will come soon, Dark as a Daisy will transcend ones and zeroes, thought will become sweat, light through the trees, shimmering asphalt, sweet petrichor memories, shanti, shanti, shanti.
Dear Unnamed Music Blog– Imagine my excitement when I received your email explaining that you had received my album submission, and enjoyed it enough to write a review. Now keep in mind this wasn’t a cold call on my end, someone who apparently contributes to your site had previously contacted me saying that they had heard some tunes, liked them, and encouraged me to submit to your site for consideration. As I read on, however, my excitement quickly turned to bewilderment as you laid out your payment scale, ranging from a free mention in a weekly roundup, which doesn’t include any links or relevant information, up to $40 for a professionally written review, with links and everything! And to make sure you don’t dissuade people with the chance of a critical review, you even offer a guaranteed rating of 3.0 or above. Wow, what a deal!
Well, that’s that… The long gestating new record has been tracked, re-tracked, mixed, re-mixed, tweaked and twisted and then one day you decide to say it’s done, and that’s how records are made. As of this writing, it is only available on Bandcamp, but it is making its way through the intricate series of tubes, and will soon be on all of your favorite digital platforms for download and streaming. What a world!
The new record is in the can, awaiting final mastering and artwork. It’s been a torturous process as anything that one spends months working on should be… It’s been tweaked and twisted, re-tracked and re-mixed more times than I care to think about. Records aren’t finished, they’re abandoned.