Category Archives: Drinking Mercury

Staying Home With GTG Records – Part 2!

Here’s the next batch of videos from the Staying Home With GTG Records series!

Drinking Mercury – Stay Home

Tim Hoh (Honah Lee) – Something Comes Along

CrookedSound – Awful Bliss

Jason Paul and the Know-It-Alls – We Took The Risk

Ryan Andrews (No Skull) – Because You’re Mine

Nicholas Merz – St Vincent’s Smile

Danielle and Tommy – Red Haired Boy / Soldier’s Joy

Monte Pride – Winter’s Come and Gone

Staying Home With GTG Records!

Well, all righty where to begin? I’ll pretend that someone from the future is looking through the GTG archives, how about that? Classic narrative device!

In early 2020 a highly contagious flu called Coronavirus forced people all over the world to stay quarantined in their homes to not spread the virus so fast that it would collapse the health care system. It was a wild thing to live through, let me tell you. So what we did way back then to stay sane and try to make something positive creatively was release a series of videos every day on the GTG Records facebook page featuring solo/acoustic performances of GTG artists and friends. Most of these videos were filmed via phones or simple camera setups. It’s cool to look back on now from a safe and comfortable vantage point from the future, er, present. We called the video series “Staying At Home With GTG Records” and here’s the videos posted the first two weeks of containment in March 2020. Wow, check them out!

Michael Boyes (Drinking Mercury) – Delightfully Lonely

Timmy Rodriguez (Drinking Mercury) – A Nordhouse Night

Joseph “Dim” Wolstenholme (Alpha Rabbit/Honah Lee) – Red State Blues

Disappointed Dad – Field of Nightmares

Shannon Perez (Erotic Novels) – Veronica Westerberg

Jeff Gower (The Stick Arounds) Saint Mary of the Woods

Elroy Meltzer – Powdered Sugar

Jeremy Porter – Voices

Space Jam (Meeko Brando / Alpha Rabbit) – Quarantine

Ryne Clarke – Hey!

Maggie May – Everything’s Fucked Up, What The Fuck?

Harborcoat – Ravines

Ben Hassenger – I’ll See You Around

Drinking Mercury – Stay Home

 

Drinking Mercury s/t Vinyl Pre-Orders!

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We’re now taking pre-orders for the vinyl edition of the new Drinking Mercury album! Shipping in early April! Pre-order now and get an immediate download of the 12 track album PLUS a 14 track collection of alternate mixes, demos, covers, recent live recordings and more. This “B-sides” collection is a wonderful companion to the album with some stripped back acoustic/vocal heavy mixes of some of the songs from the album, demos of album songs, outtakes, and covers, plus some raw ‘n real live recordings of songs from both the album and the Soods split and a Rolling Stones and Who cover to boot! Who says Drinking Mercury can’t have fun?

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Certainly not them.

Join the fun! Pre-Order Now!!

All We Released in 2019!

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What a great year! Thanks for everything, let’s see what we can pull off in 2020!

Bermuda Snohawk 2019!!


Here it is! Holiday cheer and fear from your good friends at GTG and BMP! This year’s addition to the winter madness series sees The Plurals gettin’ sweet and sentimental, Tim Hoh from Honah Lee firmly throwing his hat in the ring as the greatest kids’ music singer of our generation, Drinking Mercury cover Woody Guthrie, Cavalcade parody Nada Surf, The Hunky Newcomers have a confusing party, Jeremy Porte
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Drinking Mercury – Drinking Mercury (GTG127) OUT NOW


Drinking Mercury’s self-titled second album is now available digitally. Check it out above from GTG or stream/download at any of these other soulless places where the streaming and the downloading tends to happen:
Spotify
iTunes
Amazon
YouTube

Release party Saturday November 23rd at The Robin Theatre!
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Drinking Mercury – Catching Up To Me

Check out the first single from the new Drinking Mercury album, out this Friday! “Catching Up To Me,” like the rest of the self-titled album, was recorded in the dead of a Michigan summer at a cabin in Bitely, MI. The end result is warm and atmospheric and a new high for this band.

The album will be streaming everywhere on November 22, and the release party (with the always killer When Particles Collide) is Saturday at the Robin Theatre in Lansing.
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