Posts Tagged ‘lee van cleef’

Lee Van Cleef – Songs About…

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

LVC - Songs ABout ShittingLee Van Cleef called it quits earlier this year in almost typical Louisville fashion. That is to say that they had to part ways right after recording a new record instead of the way everyone seems to record/release/break up almost right afterwards. Justin headed off for D.C. adventure, babies were had, etc. Regardless, that record, helmed by Trip at Treehouse Audio, is seeing the light of internet-day now on Bandcamp and Soundcloud. Entitled Songs About Shitting, please give it a shot even if you tend to be fecal-phobic.

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Eric & Mary’s Radio Show

Tuesday, 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.

http://louisville.edu/rso/wlcv/wlcv.asx
502-852-7759

edit: Pictures are up at http://www.louisvillehardcore.com/radio

Dunkenstein Dec. 09 news

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

The Olympia Three have released “Two Hundred Dollar Man“, a 6-song CD that can be found at Ear X-tacy and online at dunkensteinrecords.blogspot.com.  The band will be playing at Crazy Feast, a show in January, and their last show at Skull Alley February 12th.  Check them out on myspace (http://www.myspace.com/olympiamusic).

Lee Van Cleef are set to record their second record entitled “Terror, Blood“. While no official release date has been set, we’re aiming for a late winter/early spring window. To hold you over, come to dunkensteinrecords.blogspot.com for a free .mp3.   The song is named “Hardly an Endorsement of the Cork Industry“, and this version was originally featured on Doctors of Dunk V.2, but now has been set free for a limited time.