The countdown has begun. In exactly one week, Oranger’s fourth full-length, “New Comes and Goes,” is here to stay. The perfect soundtrack to back-to-school, “New Comes and Goes” is filled to brim with party delights—like an expertly-poured mug of your favorite autumn concoction. Be it the jump-start bombast of “Crooked in the Weird of the Catacombs,” the full-bore mayhem of “Radio Waves,” or the romantic and noir resignation of “Crones”—you’ll soon see why this record is one you won’t want to do without this Fall.
For a sneak peek at the video, audio, and images of “New Comes and Goes,” you must check out the spectacular e-card.
Filter Magazine will be giving away an Oranger and Eenie Meenie fun pack to someone very lucky—is it you? You just might be unwitting recipient of Oranger drink mix, Oranger stickers, and an autographed Oranger cd. Enter to win today.
And finally, you will find Oranger on tour with The Posies in September and October. We simply can’t say enough about this live show. Get floored for yourself. A complete list of dates is on ourshows page.
A Handful of Midwestern Boys and Jules Verne Lookout over the Big Apple
Troubled Hubble is trawling across the United States all month long in an eight-cylinder leviathan dubbed the “Jules Verne.” They’ll be meeting up with fellow midwesterners, Hockey Night at the Lookout! Records CMJ showcase on Thursday, September 15th, at Rothko in NYC.
We are presently contacting Hockey Night to also determine the name of the shifty dirigible that has been hefting them across the States off and on for the past six weeks. After having traveled around the nation in sixty days, the band will wrap up at le gran dame of tours in the beginning of October.
Troubled Hubble’s “Making Beds In A Burning House” and Hockey Night’s “Keep Guessin’” are both available on vinyl through Eenie Meenie. You can purchase these masterful works at our online boutique or at a fine music retailer near you.
Dimension of Dance and Do-Good The Dimension Mix is steadily swimming off the shelves and into fans’ hearts. Bruce Haack’s left-field songs/dances/science projects give the record its backbone. Today’s artists’ interpretations of these groundbreaking classics give the record its healthy teeth and strong bones. And the fact that all proceeds from the record are to benefit autism-related charities gives Dimension Mix its incalculable heart. Pick up a copy today.
And speaking of charities…
Everyone Has a Little Bit of Something to Give
Eenie Meenie Records is saddened by the tragic and devastating loss of human life and conditions in the southern United States. We would like to express our condolences to all people who have been affected. In an effort to ameliorate the consequences of this disaster, we encourage everyone to give what they can—time, money, a bed, a helping hand. Listed below is a guide for your own personal relief effort:
The American Red Cross is staging a massive relief effort for victims of Hurricane Katrina. They sure could use your time, your donations, your help.
When the waters recede, the rebuilding will begin. Habit for Humanity will be on the ground, hammers in hand, to rebuild the Gulf Coast. They will need your help.
If you have a house, room, or a spare bed you can share, there are thousands of displaced people who sure could use it right now. Hurricane Housing, a service of MoveOn.org, is coordinating housing relief for hurricane evacuees.
Maybe you don’t have an extra bed to share. Why not share your own bed—with a lovable pet. If you want to consider adopting a furry, cuddly hurricane victim, contact the Humane Society.
You can also visit the “Katrina Relief” page on Craigslist.org for a more complete listing o
f organzations that desperately need your help.
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