March 12th, 2010

GET TIGHT TONIGHT with Alcohawk/Tints/Open Fields (tight 1st show)/Sea City (1st show)


Two UofL radio shows tonight

March 9th, 2010

From Eric:

Spring is finally here! For our first show of the new season, we’re playing nothing but happy fun music. No bummers this time around. We’re playing Peter and Craig’s “Spring” 7 inch, Lifetime, Bandname, The Max Levine Ensemble, Delay, and tons more!

Our good friends from the Dead Nuns house are starting their first radio show right after ours, right at 9. Tune in! They are doing a one hour show covering Bay Area Punk (Op Ivy to Neurosis).



Alcohawk finishes new recordings

March 4th, 2010

Local party boys Alcohawk have finished up new recordings. See below for details from their FB page.

hi everyone.

We just finished up recording at Studio K. which is probably the best and most amazing thing to happen in Louisville since Skull Alley opened. Expect a 7inch on Brightskull Records in the spring, along with a possible CD-R release around Derby time.

We are playing a house-esque show on March 12th, check out our events for more info! We will have new shirts (designed by Ryan Patterson), and koozies for sale. Stay tuned to the event page to find out where the venue is (stop snitchin’).

legalize it, Alcohawk

Eric & Mary’s Radio Show

March 2nd, 2010

Eric & Many’s Radio Show on UofL’s campus radio station – check it out tonight at 7:30-9:30. I’ll be on there tonight playing some new unreleased stuff from Lee Van Cleef and Straight A’s as well as a bunch of older Louisville stuff. Or if you’re on campus around then, come by and spit all over the radio station windows and say “oi!” a lot. I just now realized that they’re apparently internet only now? That probably happened 10 years ago, I didn’t know. Whoops. Well, you’re reading this online, so you’ve got no excuse to not listen online I guess.

edit: Pictures are up at

Coliseum joins Temporary Residence and readies new record

March 1st, 2010

Greetings all! We’ve been hiding out for many months working on our third long-player and putting plans into place for 2010. I’m happy to announce that the record is complete and our friends at Temporary Residence will be releasing it this summer! We couldn’t be happier about working with Temporary Residence, they’re one of the greatest labels out there, with strong Louisville roots and hearts that are in the right place. Our years working with Relapse were incredible and we have nothing but great things to say about everyone there, but we felt that it was time for a change. It’s an entirely amicable move on all sides and joining Brooklyn-based Temporary Residence, who began in Louisville and have grown to be one of the biggest and best indie labels in the world, is very exciting for us. Read the rest of this entry »