The band was stoked to get a write up about what is going on with Play Center. We tried to let Jeff stop in the rehearsal so he can hear us and talk to a band. It ended up working best as a phone interview with me (Kevin). I love how Jeff let me speak and explain. I think he digs the vibe of what we do.
Wow, what a run! The record is out and now the work begins. Talking to people, sending it off to people that may listen. Seeking cheap and free ways to be heard. Strangely whatever we are doing, whatever I am doing seems to be working slowly but surely. The last several weeks we have been writing together. I like to have a pretty solid idea to bring to the table. Before I even say, “hey guys let’s try this,” It’s been thought about for a week or two, demoed to a drum loop, redone, then done again… I love the early early demos and memos of songs. I mean how raw is a tape recording of when the idea first came into your head? Then to hear how it evolves into something special. I mean, you’ve heard it the entire time, but some may not. We have 3 songs we are in the first stages of about to play them live and see how the people respond. As a matter of fact, I’ll put a clip in this post and y’all enjoy the firs time we played this song. Yes, literally the first time we all together worked on this melody. So what else is new. We have stickers, cd’s, t shirts, buttons, and down load cards. Come to a show and get some. Hit us up on the net, get some. Finally, this is a call to action! Be sure to Call WRAS and WREK to request some good music. WRAS the Georgia Show, plays all styles of good music. One of my dreams since I was a kid, was hearing my punk rock record on college radio. Specifically, WRAS, public radio, KEXP, and late-night locals only kind of thing.