by Nick on March 22, 2011
“Oh Oh Orioles” by Warning Track Power (howboutdemos.bandcamp.com)
A few weeks ago I shot a little lo-fi music video for my good buddy Chris Myers & his motley crew – they call themselves Warning Track Power. Their newest mega-hit “Oh Oh Orioles” just dropped on the world-wide web, and mark my words friends – it’s gonna blow up like that alien spaceship at the end of Independence Day! Welcome to earth. These guys are so incredible, they recorded all the parts in Chris’s basement, but is sounds like a million-dollar studio. I’m really hoping the Orioles get a chance to see how creative their fans are, so do your best to spread the word – we want to hear this song at Camden Yards all season long!
Okay, now get yourselves over to howboutdemos.bandcamp.com to download “Oh Oh Orioles” & their other great hits too! Enjoy the video.
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by Nick on January 25, 2011
OOYH Logo by Matt Bovie
Friends: many of you know about my good friends Out Of Your Head, an improvised music collective that performs weekly at The Windup Space. They’ve been named “Best Band” in Baltimore’s City Paper, featured on WYPR’s The Signal, and are at the top of everyone’s lists for the coolest things going on around Baltimore on a weekly basis that’s FREE! Oh yeah, and I along with my good friend Joseph Faura designed their website (outofyourhead.org) which hopefully you’ve enjoyed, and which also features an amazing logo drawn by one of my favorite artists Matt Bovie!
So, now that you know why Out Of Your Head is vital to keeping Baltimore’s music scene fresh & exciting – please join me in pledging a couple bucks on kickstarter.com to their Guest Artist Series fundraiser. Sure you might say, “But Nick, they’ve already raised more than their modest goal of $550,” and to that I say NONSENSE! Give them a couple more bucks cause it’ll make just a little more difference in getting their Guest Artists here to Baltimore to perform with members of OOYH, and you get to reap the benefits, as always, for FREE! So go make a contribution and feel good that you’re supporting Baltimore musicians in doing what they do best: rockin’ out some really sweet live shows! And tip your bartender please.
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