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Everything posted by jonrawks

  1. I didn't realize that the package wasn't just the BMJ release. I was pleasantly surprised to find two additional LPs and a shirt in my mailer!
  2. Catastrophe is quite good. You can burn through all the seasons in a weekend if you felt so inclined.
  3. Whenever more turntable is down, I use that time to revisit my tape collection. I'd be very bored if both were broke! I got 12 LPs and a 7" in the mail today. Gooooodbye weekend.
  4. According to my notes, Great Annihilator was due out this week right? I wouldn't be surprised if it had a delay due to RSD, but has anyone seen anything on it?
  5. I'm really hoping CCM gets my copy out in a reasonable time span. For what they charge for shipping, I expect some Amazon level turn around.
  6. This is the first weekend in a while where I'm almost completely devoid of plans and I'm stoked about it. I have a hefty record order showing up on Friday too
  7. I got one, but fuck if $12 slow shipping isn't a gouge. I knew there was a reason I didn't like ordering from CCM, now I remember why!
  8. That Kindling / Kestrels split is available on their bandcamp.
  9. Constellation Tatsu has it's spring batch up.
  10. I have for the most part, yeah! Still a bit behind on everything, but I'm feeling rested up finally.
  11. Yeah, it's ridiculous. If there was some fancy packaging like that other live CS they did, I'd understand the price point. This just looks like gouging to me.
  12. That's so shitty. It's not acceptable at all, especially for something as trivial as a piece of plastic. How'd the spawn enjoy RSD overall?
  13. I really liked it too. I was looking forward to it a lot and it didn't disappoint in the slightest. I've been excited to watch that, glad to hear you thought it was good! I don't know if I'll have time for it until next week though.
  14. I'm not so sure what's good for RSD anymore. I always used to go to Easy St. Records in Lower Queen Anne, but it closed up a 4-5 years ago. I'm guessing Sonic Boom in Ballard or Every Day Music on Capitol Hill would be solid bets. Easy St. Records in West Seattle would probably be good, but you're looking at a trek.
  15. You Are Beneath Me was the one that hooked me too. You Are Beneath Her is an excellent companion to that record as well.
  16. Not sure on that. Their customer service has always been great for me, but I've never tried to use a code after the fact. No harm in trying.
  17. Unless another good sale pops up, I think my one order with Deathwish takes care of all my RSD actives for the year.
  18. RSD2017 for 20% off your order. Seemed to apply to everything I ordered except for that SDF 12". Guessing it won't work for those LP and 7" bundles either.
  19. Grabbed it and that last 7" (as well as some non-SDF stuff).
  20. New live Wolves in the Throne Room tape that somehow costs as much as an LP...
  21. For those on the west coast - They're also playing A Strange Day fest in Olympia, WA
  22. I grabbed it from Bullmoose since I missed out on the Caldo copies.
  23. Time permitting, I could help with any server side stuff that may need to be done. No idea if it would entail any, but I can easily pitch in if it doesn't eat up too much of my evenings. If not, I'll just join and lurk.
  24. Thanks for the thoughts on it! Sounds like you saved me about 90 minutes
  25. HIS IS A PRE-ORDER! ITEMS WILL SHIP ON OR AROUND MARCH 10, 2017! In the early days of Pinback, they were known mostly as two lauded musicians who spent their spare time away from their primary projects (Three Mile Pilot, Thingy, Heavy Vegetable) to hone their home recording skills while experimenting with ideas, tones, and instrumentation that didn’t quite fit into those primary projects. Pinback hadn’t yet become their day job; it hadn’t yet become a well-oiled 5-piece touring machine; and it had no idea where it was going to go. In retrospect, that earnest curiosity is what makes those earlyPinback recordings so resonant and so unique, and what separated them from every indie rock band of this century. Every bit as powerful and expressive as their first two albums, the 1999 EP, Some Voices, and the 2003 EP, Offcell, famously bucked the perception of EPs as outtakes and toss-offs. What were ostensibly minor stopgaps between albums became massive fan favorites and staples of Pinback’s live show. Having never been released on vinyl, it’s only fitting that we revisit these poignant recordings – and take the opportunity to painstakingly remaster and repackage them into the full-length album that never was, the aptly named Some Offcell Voices. LIMITED EDITION COLORED VINYL: DARK BLUE W/ ORANGE STREAKS (EDITION OF 1,000) $18 + shipping for the color variant