We just set up a twitter feed @CornerRoomRecs and are reposting the latest Regal Beagles release for anyone over on the twittersphere (do they call it that?)
In honor of exactly 25 years since the final "Alf" TV episode (March
24th 1990), and to celebrate tomorrow's anniversary of the first
episode of "Perfect Strangers" (March 25th 1986), Chattanooga band The...
Regal Beagles are making their 1997 album "Live Before A Studio
Audience" available digitally for "name your price" on Bandcamp:
Originally released as a cassette on Chattanooga TN's Corner Room
Recordings, this trio wrote songs about classic '70s and '80s
television shows, captured on a basement 4-track machine without
overdubs. A handful of unreleased bonus tracks accompany this digital
release--available with the download.
I pity the fool when a plan comes together.
Whoa. This one came out of the blue today. An obscure release by Soupman (aka Jim Tate). A quick explanation of the being that is Soupman is that he is a disembodied head who sings exclusively about soup. This is only one of the layers of the metaphorical onion that is one of the ingredients in the metaphorical soup that is Soupman. Check it out!
Title One's "Unimplemented Trap" has been reviewed by A Pocket Full Of Seeds - a UK music blog! Such nice words about the album!
Read it here:
TItle One has several albums that were released on cassette and only one officially released on CD. It was a 20 song e.p. that lasted 20 minutes. There's another album out there that never saw light of day. "Unimplemented Trap" became the enigma wrapped up in a mystery and shrouded in magic that was the bands full-length album. It was recorded between MTSU in Murfreesboro by Kevin Newman and Corner Room Studio B in Ooltewah. We plan to finally get these sounds into the holes in the sides of your head.
And then the second release followed the first (obviously): http://wookieback.bandcamp.com/a…/robots-be-one-crazy-weasel