08 September 2008

the scene's outta SIGHT.

i did a random search for our band on google & happened upon this.

fastcut records

next logical step? global domination. haha. j/k. it was just nice to see our single on the other side of the world. who'd have thought that our little bedroom pop project would have fans in japan? or sweden? or scotland? let alone the united states? i'm really grateful for any & everyone who has given our music a chance. this is what it's all about. having people [other than ourselves] appreciate what we do. that's why the indie pop scene is so amazing. everyone wants everyone else to achieve the same goal. getting their music heard. as well as being a support system to the [other] bands--and to themselves.

we are fans before we are musicians.

we are fans of all the brilliant, honest indie music out there. and there are quite a few talented bands that fit the bill. thanks so much for doing what you do! your music puts a smile on our faces. most of the time we wish that we'd written those songs--they're so good!

if we all just keep it clean, we [as an musical community] will be a force to be reckoned with.

i'm not sure if any of you out there are aware of the soul train-like dance show that james brown hosted back in the 70's called FUTURE SHOCK. [it's such a wonderful trainwreck] but in the immortal words of the godfather of soul, himself : "future shock can NOT be stopped!" and neither can INDIE POP! :)

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