Congratulations Julie! please e-mail erin [erin-AT-redvelvetart.com] and let her know your address and she will ship out your CDs right away.
I'm having a great time on this tour so far. Be sure to check my MySpace for tour dates. I am hoping to have more time to blog this coming week. I will be doing more CD giveaways as the holidays approach, so stay tuned. Thanks for reading, Jeremy
Thank you so much for the kind birthday wishes. They really made my day.
Now it's time for me to give you a gift. If you'd like a chance to win both my full length CDs sign your name and favorite scary movie in the comment section. I suppose you could also write 'I don't like scary movies', but If I were you I would just make one up. I'll choose one winner on Wednesday and will have them shipped right to your doorstep next week. Good Luck! Jeremy
There have been several times in my life where I have fallen in love with an album before ever actually hearing any music from it. That has been the case with every single flaming lips album I've encountered in my adult life, including their latest, "Embryonic". I truly believe that no one sounds like The Flaming Lips, and they do not sound like anyone else. Oddly enough, embryonic has very little to do with anything this band has done before (especially in the last 10 years or so), and yet this album seems to be the ultimate incarnation of what they have probably always wanted to do. That doesn't necessarily make it my favorite album of theirs, but it sounds like they had a lot of fun making it. Instantly a classic.
I now have a twitter. Add me if you'd like updates about my music, tour and blog.
So, this is kind of old news by now, but the new MuteMath album is out now! It's a really great album, and I'm very thankful to have a few of my fingerprints on it. I did some strings, on "Clipping", "Pins and Needles", "Lost Year", and "Burden". So please check it out. There is a link to buy it here. Oh, and Paul (the lead singer) actually did some production work on my first album. Talented guys. They'll be all over the country in the next few months, so make sure to catch a show. Thanks!