Xerxes is getting ready for their next release, to be titled Collision Blonde, with a new song streaming on Brooklyn Vegan. The song is called “Exit 123″ and the record will be out on No Sleep records. Hit it up below.
YouTube user mikekole caught this video of Slint playing Washer last night at Nelligan Hall.
Self Destruct records is being brought back. The label is being resurrected and set to put out new releases before the end of 2014.
After a 20 year hiatus, Mike Bucayu and John Toombs have brought back Self Destruct Records. There are currently a few projects in the works. Louisville has always had a very influential and strong music community and we look forward to continue documenting in the same spirit as when the label first began.
Feel free to email any Self Destruct related photos or stories that we can include in our archives.
Stay tuned for upcoming announcements, updates, and additions. – https://www.facebook.com/SelfDestructRecordsLouisville
Slint will be playing a show TONIGHT at Nelligan Hall here in Louisville. The venue is capped around 200 people, so it will be a far smaller affair than what you’re going to get later this year at Foreskincastle Fest. And since it’ll almost certainly be full up, you probably won’t get in. Sorry, that’s just the way it is. However, the folks over at http://www.artxfm.com/ have a special gift for you and will be streaming the show at 8pm Eastern time. Hopefully the opening band is a lot stronger in the face of heckling than some others have been.
The line-up includes original members of SLINT – Britt Walford, Brian McMahan, and David Pajo – joined by musicians Christian Tonegawa and Matt Jencik. The performance is certain to be outstanding. No matter where you are in the world on Tuesday, April 15, you are invited to join ARTxFM direct from Nelligan Hall as Louisville bids SLINT a heroes’ welcome home. – ArtxFM.com