6.04.2006

Indie rock bands send me email

Now if I could only get Ted Leo to call me on my birthday...

Hello Hello,

My name is a Sean, I am the bass player in the indie band Sure Juror. We are running promotions of sorts on our blog. We will be giving away our first album for free. It will be done one song at a time, and we will have a a short little background about each song when we post. I'm not asking for a complete post of my band (unless you really want to). I was just wondering if you could mention it to your readers at the beginning or end of one of your post. I'm just trying to get our music out there.

Thanks for Your time,
Sean (Sure Juror)

Well, far be it for me to deny such a polite request. Well, unless the band sucks, which Sure Juror emphatically does not. They're quite fun...cute and power poppy, with fun lyrics and jangly guitars. In short, just the kind of music that I am predisposed to enjoy owing to the steady diet of Canadian power pop on which I was raised.

Check out this demo of Making Friends Has Never Been So Easy and The Once-Great Gender Debate (with a title like that how could I not love this song??) and, of course, be sure to visit the Sure Juror blog for some more fun songs.

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annamaria at 12:54 PM

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at Sunday, June 04, 2006 4:06:00 PM Anonymous rich said...

I downloaded a bunch of those songs yesterday! Good stuff indeed!


p.s. answer your phone! ;)

 
at Sunday, June 04, 2006 4:12:00 PM Anonymous rich said...

Tomorrow, I mean. Obviously..

 
at Sunday, June 04, 2006 6:45:00 PM Blogger annamaria said...

Yeah, I wasn't home to answer my phone because I was at Ben's first birthday party. Of course, they do make these amazing phones which are mobile, and therefore can be kept on one's person even if said person is not at home. Perhaps you should have tried calling me on that? :)

 
at Tuesday, June 06, 2006 11:09:00 AM Blogger Wake of the Flood said...

Wow, I may actually get to introduce my youngest son to a new band. Thanks for the heads up on the tunes. I gave you a plug as an excellent music critic over on Kurt's blog. And hopefully I portrayed you in a much better light than when I suggested you were becoming (GASP!) almost middle aged in my response to your Greg Dulli Afghan Whigs post. Don't you just hate the demographers. Some start the "middle" in the late 20's, others let you hit 34! Eventually though, there comes the indignity when the marketeers decide the only products they'll target you for are adult diapers and Ensure! Oh, and Viagra. It least they acknowledge we still can remember what to do even if they don't think we CAN do it.

 

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