Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'fiction'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • General
    • Vinyl Collective Message Board
    • Cassette Collective Message Board
    • Sale/Trade/Wants
    • Turntables & Other Audio Equipment
    • Everything Else Message Board
  • Help
    • Forum Tech Support

Calendars

  • Vinyl Releases

Found 3 results

  1. I've wanted an album or poster signed by these guys for a while, and I think my chances are slim to get one in the future given the circumstances. Let me know if you're interested.
  2. Sealed and still in original mailer. 150 shipped Or best offer or trade for any of these: Alexisonfire - OG single LP of S/T or Watch Out Alexisonfire - Coloured or silk screen OC/YC Seaway Vacation alt cover /100 Weakerthans - Left and Leaving OP single LP Counterparts - You're Not You slip cover Margot and the Nuclear So and Sos - Dust or Buzzard or Animal/Not Animal any press Mewithoutyou - Catch For Us The Foxes any press Lights EP any press Lights Little Machines (Blue) Paramore - Brand New Eyes (Yellow/black) Underoath - Rebirth Tour Press Any OG tragically Hip Thanks!!!
  3. I just responded in the thread about the new book from John Darnielle (the Mountain Goats). I'm a pretty avid reader in general, and I am always curious to see how musicians can take their songwriting craft into writing a book (that is not specifically about being a musician). Here's my brief list of books I've read by people who are otherwise musicians. For now, it's predominantly fiction, but please add your own (and your thoughts about the books if you'd like). Josh Ritter - Bright's Passage (love the songwriter, book was very beautifully written, but a bit boring) John Darnielle [Mountain Goats] - Wolf In White Van (great read - fits in with his oeuvre of music, as well as standing out on its own) Joe Pernice [Pernice Brothers, Scud Mountain Boys] - It Feels So Good When I Stop (loved this book; seems a bit overwritten at times, but well structured and enjoyable) Frank Portman [a.k.a. Dr. Frank of Mr. T Experience] - King Dork (hilarious and engaging book for young adults; relive your awkward teenage experience including making up as many bands with friends as possible) Colin Meloy [Decemberists] - Let It Be by the Replacements (33 1/3 series) (by far the worst book I've read in the 33 1/3 series; self-indulgent and poorly written) Dave Bidini [Rheostatics] - On a Cold Road / Writing Gordon Lightfoot (I like his non-fiction writing more than his music; a really talented writer) I'm sure there are a whole lot more. What have you read?
×