Monthly Archives: September 2008

Peak Summit

WINO!

On Nov. 4, Temporary Residence is releasing a double-CD from Wino, which broke up way the hell back in 1999. The two-hour, 36-song set, A Bottle of Pills With a Bullet Chaser, compiles the band’s entire recorded history, and was thought to be lost in a fire at drummer Richard Vier’s house. Here’s the track […]

Whitehead & Co.’s new Southside CD

From Ron: 30 tracks recorded one night all one take no rehearsal recorded mixed mastered by Kevin Ratterman at his Funeral Home Studio $20 available earX-tacy records Bardstown Road Louisville Kentucky and at www.tappingmyownphone.com and www.southsideoutlaws.com WE ARE THE STORM dedicated to Hunter S. Thompson & The Storm Generation (note: all texts correct. the plant […]

Keep Louisville Yarmuth

Thursday Oct. 2 Keep Louisville Yarmuth! lunchtime rally The Genius File The Ladybirds Appearance by Rep. John Yarmuth 11:30 a.m. weather permitting All events on outdoor patio. Free; all ages ear X-tacy 1534 Bardstown Road

My Darling Asleep

My Darling Asleep (CD Release) Oct. 12 Brendan’s 3921 Shelbyville Road Free; 6 p.m.

Tour Diary: Paradigm

Crested Butte & Telluride Crested Butte is a little town modeled directly in the style of those old spaghetti western towns with the swinging saloon doors. Prairies surround the town, of which has one main commercial road and a bunch of houses off to the side; in other words, out of the way of tourists […]

Muckrakers confirm string of appearances

Self-described “wussy rockers” The Muckrakers have confirmed a string of appearances to promote the release of their new album, The Concorde Fallacy, the follow-up to their Label X release Front of the Parade. Since Label X folded earlier this year, The Muckrakers have been moved on ovah to Toucan Cove and Universal. Muck it up: […]

Frontier(s)

Frontier(s), the group fronted by former Elliott singer/guitarist Chris Higdon, has posted tracks from its recent recording session on its MySpace page. The tracks aren’t even finished yet, but IndieRockReviews couldn’t wait to tell you about it, having posted a review on its site. The band was also featured on Buzzgrinder. —MH

Ziggy Ziggy

Mr. John King, undisputed lover of Louisville, is at it again. The compilation master has managed to bring together artists from Louisville to reinterpret David Bowie’s “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.” The compilation will be available for pre-order Oct. 1 at www.louisvilleisforlovers.com, and released Dec. 1 online and […]

The Ladybirds, Six White Horses

Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008 9 p.m. The Monkey Wrench 1025 Barret Ave. (502) 582-2433