>> PunkNews here points to the sad news the Bob Nanna, the driving force behind notable indie acts such as Friction, Braid, Hey Mercedes and his current project The City On Film, is fighting lymphoma.
>> "Hey where's Tommy? Someone find Tommy, We're out on the road..."
>> It was a big day for the :: clicky clicky :: inbox today. This morning's mail at the day job brought The Boo Radleys' amazing 1992 set Everything's Alright Forever. The afternoon drop-off brought Refused's Refused Are F*cking Dead DVD, the 33 1/3 Series book about Beastie Boys' 1989 set Paul's Boutique (we've already read the first 12 pages and it is fascinating) and Boyracer's newly issued double CD retrospective Punker Than You In '92, which has SEVENTY FIVE tracks. Yes, you read that right. Anyway, we are excited to plough through all that. But wait, we got home from work and found packages including the forthcoming Sonic Youth and The Walkmen records. We've already had the Sonic Youth for months, but, yowza, that's a lot of great records for one day.