Ok, a few things.
First, if you're not on the message board at www.rocklikewar.com, get familiar. Here
is a link to the PSC section.
Second, PSC is returning to Rev Hall on the 25th!
Friday July 25th
Doors at 8:00 PM
$10 adv / $12 dos
Lastly, it seems Bull Moose music stumbled on some copies of Axis II and Axis I & III. Head on over there and pick one up, or grab it from Bull Moose website
before they're gone!
Hopefully more to come soon.
Hi. I'm new to the community and PSC. I recently heard their song Two Girls on youtube and after that I was hooked. As soon as I got the money I went and bought their cd but was a little disappointed to discover that TG is the shortened version of the one I heard. Don't get me wrong the song still rocks but I was wanting the longer version. Does anyone have it or know where I can get it as an MP3? It would be greatly appreciated.:)
Here's a note I got from a friend of mine from Portland about a possible Rustic Overtones reunion:"Tony,Jon & Spencer were on the air Friday @ 5 (well actually 5:30 by the time they got in the studio & revealed who the "mystery" guests who had been trying to disguise their voices were. Despite disguised voices, I thought I recognized spencer's voice & I had a weird feeling that something like this was up, so I stayed sitting in my car until they stopped teasing & finally made the announcement) They said that they've been practicing weekly for a few months now & are currently in the studio (Wymans), recording stuff that they never got to release. They joked that they are "not Rustic Overtones" & there is no "reunion" tour, but that they are all going to form a Rustic Overtones cover band. On air Spencer came up with that they will be called "Iron boots, Maine's premier Rustic Overtones cover band" LOL, Pretty much the original line up tho (Dave,Spence,Jon,Jay,Ryan,Tony & I'm not sure whether they said Dave Noyes too or not, although their myspace pg has him listed). & they did say that myspace/rusticovertones is their pg. So that's the official word on CYY."
I've been holding out on believing the talk for the past couple of months but with this and some of the other info on the PSC message board
I'm wiling to start getting MAD excited.
x-posted to rusticovertones
Came across some pics from the Rochester show, thought I'd throw a link up. Click on Dave for the rest.
July, 8 2006 at Rochester Opera House
31 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867
Head over to the Opera House Website for more information and to buy tickets.
From the PSC newsletter:
*Just a reminder to those of you in the area, we are closing down the ski season and looking forward to summer at the Picklebarrel Nightclub in Killington, VT tonite 4/28.
*We are also working on plenty of new shows for the summer and beyond, so if we haven't been around to see you lately.we should be soon. Keep checking.
*We recently played an intimate show for a bunch of new fans at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital in Portland, ME. The reason we mention this is because as nervous as we were.it was one of the best experiences we've had. The organization, "Local Healin" is looking for artists and volunteers as they want to continue their program across the country. For more information on this fantastic idea.you can go to www.localhealin.com.
*PSC has again been nominated for a few awards by the people at the Portland Phoenix. We have to thank you all for that.and if you'd like to vote for us online.go to www.thephoenix.com and click on the Best Music Poll link.
*If you haven't already signed up on our myspace, you can do that by going to www.myspace.com/paranoidsocialclub.
It's that time of year again, click on the image below to vote for PSC in the Portland region of the WCYY Best Music Poll. You don't have to trudge through the whole thing if you don't want to (you lazy bastards) but PSC is nominated in the following categories:
-And you can write them in for any category you'd like
Make sure to confirm your votes at the bottom before you close the page.
I can't be at this and I have a stong feeling it's going to be an incredible show, so anyone who can make it should do just that.
This Friday.St. Patrick's Day (3/17) Paranoid Social Club will be playing in their hometown of Portland, ME at the Asylum. In case you need any other reason to be there. Here are some more:
- PSC will be playing some songs that have been recorded but never played live.
- The band will also be playing some songs recorded by other artists.with a little bit of twist.
- There will be some special appearances from other artists throughout the night.
We hope you can be there to celebrate a beautiful Irish holiday with us. Oh and by the way, check out the kick ass Two Girls remixes on iTunes..they are PSC approved. We look forward to seeing you soon.