YAH! Today is the day! "Too Depressed for the Ukulele (Featuring Friends)" is now available EVERYWHERE! And guess what? I don't want anyone to miss out this depression-crushing track. It is available for free/pay-what-you-want from me here: Direct (Bandcamp)
Here are some other wonderful places you can get the track:
And pretty much every other digital music store you can find.
“Too Depressed for the Ukulele” is a depression-crushing ukulele rock anthem sing-along featuring a crowd-sourced chorus of ten friends and three types of ukuleles. Wanna learn more about the song? Check out ArtisTech Media's Press Release here.
Now I gotta thank everyone who participated in this track. Without these wonderful individuals, my crazy idea would have never seen the light of day. Thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou. They made the track magical and larger than life. So hey, check them out. They flippin' rock:
Cover Design by Kara Square and TheDICE
Logo by Joel Frijters from SoundAdvantage
Take care and cause ruckus,
The fantastically talented Piero Peluche just posted a funky rock remix of "Consumer Whore" on ccMixter. It makes me think of the band CAKE, which, you know, rocks. You can listen and download for free, friends. Just visit Piero Peluche's remix page on ccMixter.
I was kindly contacted by Björn Böhmelmann, the host of Blende Podcast (out of Darmstadt, Germany) and music editor at Radio Darmstadt, about our song "Even Tho" appearing on his show. It was played in a segment called "Blind Blende" where music from bands with Creative Commons licenses is played to the guests for the first time and they have to analyze the song immediately afterwords. Isn't that a cool idea?! Our track was played for his guest musician Sebe (previously with FNFN). Unfortunately for us, we don't speak German and really don't know what was said... However, it sounded positive and Björn said they both enjoyed our tune.
The show aired on May 18, 2013 and is called 'Darmstadt grows Indie Teil 3.' If it's no longer the current program, you'll find it on the right side under "Archiv."
Thank you, Björn and Sebe!