In Albums, Artists on November 17, 2009 at 4:07 pm
The Demon Beat’s highly anticipated new album, Shit, We’re 23, was unleashed upon the world last weekend to great response. Be sure to check out the PRESS section to see what folks have had to say.
Now that the initial weekend of album release shows is in the books, we are happy to announce that Shit, We’re 23 is now available for digital purchase. Not only is it available, but it is available in high-quality WAV format (as well as mp3) AND can be picked up at the discounted rate of $8 (or a dollar a song if you’d rather pick and choose). All you have to do is go HERE or check it out below!
Be on the lookout for digital versions of our entire catalog at similarly discounted rates in the very near future!
* You can still pick up physical copies of Shit, We’re 23 in our STORE section, as well as The Demon Beat’s live shows.
In Albums, Artists on November 10, 2009 at 5:31 pm
You can now order your very own physical copy of Jude Universer’s new EP, Lingering Blue. Simply click the album cover below to place your order. $6 gets you the disc, shipping included!
And don’t forget to check out The Demon Beat’s CD release shows this weekend for Shit, We’re 23!
Thursday, Nov. 12th @ Shepherd University – Shepherdstown, WV
Friday, Nov. 13th @ 123 Pleasant St. – Morgantown, WV
Saturday, Nov. 14th @ Shamrock’s Pub – Huntington, WV
In Albums, Artists on November 4, 2009 at 11:25 pm
The waiting is finally over. This Friday, November 6th, Jude Universer will be unleashing Lingering Blue upon your virgin ears. We hope you’re ready.
The EP is stacked with sharp new recordings of old Jude favorites, as well as some kicking new tracks that may sound less familiar. It is also imperative that we inform you that the U.S. release will include a special bonus track entitled “Put Me On The Moon”.
Jude Universer, and his rambunctious backing band known as Dreamcast, will be properly releasing Lingering Blue this Friday, Nov. 7th at Stonewall’s Pub in Shepherdstown, WV. Also performing will be Shepherdstown’s The Resonators and Morgantown’s It’s Birds. Show starts around 10 p.m. with a $5, and don’t forget to bring a spare $5 to pick up your own copy of Lingering Blue, which is being printed in an extremely limited run!
In other news, Rock O’ Clock has posted a very flattering advanced review of The Demon Beat’s forthcoming Shit, We’re 23. You can check that out HERE.
A Truer Sound has reviewed Prison Book Club’s Required Reading. You can check that out HERE.
Stephen MacDonald & The Okay Win are currently involved in a heated Battle of the Bands for Massachusetts. Voting only takes a second and can be done HERE. Help them out!