A surprise new release from the Tucos today! Holiday jams a plenty! “A compilation of holiday songs recorded between 2010 and 2019, including two previously unreleased songs and “No Use For Christmas,” the catalyst for the formation of the band and their first release.” Christmas, Detroit-style!
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:
Release party Saturday November 23rd at The Robin Theatre!
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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.
Drinking Mercuy is releasing a new self-titled album at The Robin Theatre on November 23rd, with special guests When Particles Collide!
But first! The Stick Arounds are celebrating ten years as a band and they’re having a big ol’ shinding at The Avenue Cafe on Friday November 15! Joining the Sticks are GTG Family The Plurals, Jeremy Porter and the Tucos plus Detroit’s Popular Creeps!
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Bam! Another solid entry from Small Parks and for the ol GTG gang (is that redundant like ATM Machine?) in 2019. 3 new songs (one of which was previewed way back on GTG100) recorded this fall and produced by Nick Diener. Get ready to shout along. It’s great to have these fine folks back!
The other release from GTG Fest weekend, here’s the debut album from Disappointed Dad! This low-key-on-the-internet-but-in-your-face-in-person quartet features members of The Plurals, The Fiction Junkies, Frank and Earnest, the Cartridge Family, Josh David and the Dream Jeans, etc etc. Here’s 10 songs mostly from the whacky mind of Josh David, filtered through open G tuned guitars and some garage rock rhythm partners. There’s a couple vaguely political and social justice songs in there too for good measure. Check it out!
A co-release with Madlantis Records, here’s the debut from No Skull! Ex-Red Teeth! This 5 song EP “unmistakably harkens back to [the] golden alternative-rock era” according to this piece from City Pulse. And we agree! Stream it from us or buy it from Madlantis!