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Stenobot Swims to CrunchyCo

Remember this? Originally slated for an August release, the Stenobot record will actually be released next Tuesday, October 12, and well worth the wait indeed.

As promised, the mp3s will be available as free downloads, with the ability to purchase the album’s hard copy. The initial 50 hard copies will include limited edition packaging with a special art book assembled by the hard personal labor of the artist himself. Make sure to get one of these collector’s items before they are out of print forever!

A great applause to Stenobot for this record, and we hope you all look forward to enjoying it next week!

Leeni the Band!

Last night was the debut of Leeni as a three-part band! Here’s a short clip of the trio performing “Animatronic Boy” at Neumo’s. Look around the interwebs for more footage from the event as it pops up, and check here for updates on where to catch Leeni the band at future shows!

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Can’t wait to see more of this!

There is a Light that Never Goes Out

This Thursday, September 30th, OpenHeart and Neumos presents “There is a Light that Never Goes Out,” a benefit concert for Holly Mattson, who is in great need of medical funding after having suffered a terrible car accident that put her into critical condition. Come out to support a worthy cause, and witness some fantastic musical acts by some of Seattle’s finest local artists.

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Micropalooza 2010

Just happened at Ground Kontrol in Portland last night featuring Ondoh, Plain Flavored, Mechlo, Seanbad, Oven Rake, and Operation Mission. Unfortunately we did not attend. BUT, if you couldn’t make it either, we found some footage of the action on the interwebs. Looks like they had a pretty sweet laser show! Check it:
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Jack Says Farewell to Fighter X, Hello to Electric Children

In case you’re not up on the latest internet gossip… Fighter X front-man Nickolas Walthew has officially given his other half the boot. Jack Waterman, who had teamed up with Nick as Fighter X for over a year, is now looking to start anew as a solo artist. The recent split sets the former member count to two, Waterman now sharing common ground with a certain Mac Dobbins (AKA Sphyramid), a part of the original Fighter X duo of days long past. Perhaps this means a two-man Fighter X was never meant to be, but what does this mean for Jack now that he’s on his own? I had a little chat with him to find out…

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