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    No probs I uploaded this too -
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    Hey y'all! sorry I was away for awhile. I've been working on so much stuff. prepping new album for 2019. NoiseCo has a ton of cool stuff lined up as well. We have 3 new artists on the roster... Modern Love Child, Amy Cook, and The Get You. Some of you may remember the Fred Eltringham, drummer of all Sha Sha tours and drummer on half the On My Way recordings. He can be seen in the "Wasted & Ready" video. Well, The Get You is Fred's new cover band. Their album comes out this Friday. I'll post a link on here once it's available. I sing on one of the songs, as does Sheryl Crow and Kacey Musgraves. Amy Cook, you'll know from the Austin scene and maybe from our collabo, "Getting To You". She's one of my favorite singers evah... Her new album kicks major ass and will be released in a few months. Modern Love Child is a brand new artist from Venice, Cali. His real name is Jonny Shane and he's raaaaad. All he has at the moment is an Instagram account. I'll keep you posted on this cool musik. xo
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    @jfra duuuuude! I forgot about that!!!!!! i think that was an original but I'll have to ask JK! I'll get him to chime in!
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    Was cleaning out some old hard drives and found some great pictures and videos. Way way back when Ben opened for Dashboard Confessional. The second pic I always get a laugh from with Ben in-line to his own merch. Return to Seattle and was able to film the whole show. I still have the mini DV tape someplace. Another Seattle show. Opening for Pete Yorn Always great seeing you perform brother! Shocked it has been 16 years!
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    What are your favorite covers Ben has done over the years? I'm quite fond of Sorry Signs on Cash Machines. Of course, there can't be a BK covers thread without mentioning BK Baby. A classic!
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    As posted by Ben on Instagram... Super stoked. Based on the previews I've heard, I'm sure this song will be a banger.
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    You're the best @Xanthein!
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    Also, for a sneakpeak of the set (with some songs we haven't even heard yet) I just screenshotted this from Ben's instagram story
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    Any plans to reissue the Radish catalogue on vinyl? And/or a reunion tour?? (I know it's unlikely)
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    sum of my earliest music I listened to was back in the early 90s wen I was around 11 years old n they would be Definitly Maybe by Oasis , Nevermind by Nirvana , Black Sunday by Cypress Hill , Blunted On Reality by The Fugees n Live Through This by Hole
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    Radish has had an official Instagram page since at least November, so it seems very likely that something is coming soon...
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    Haha word! Glad to hear it's coming back!! Rest assured the spreadsheet got made... it was just to the sound of the dude across from me enjoying his cheetos.
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    Yo @Denverick !!! Thank you for telling me!! it's totally temporary. NoiseCo is switching distributors and it will be back sooooooon. Sorry you could't enjoy my spreadsheet jamz... ?xoxoBK
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    Would be nice wouldn't it? Hopefully we might get a proper Discount Fireworks release (not sure about what formats)
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    my favorite cover is by far ben for smashing pumpkins:
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    I'm more a card game person. I've made up my own where you construct as many cards against each other as you can till they fall down. Start with three in a sorta triangle and then build from there till gravity attacks. Super fun, time consuming if you're clumsy. You can also make roofs/ceilings and do second stories if you're nimble. Below is a whole Uno deck:
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    The first time I saw Radish they played "Mickey" (the big Toni Basil hit from the 80s) which morphed into a song that went "When I grow up I wanna be a surfer" which sounded like a cover, but I can't confirm. @Ben, what song was that?
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    I'm currently listening to Weezer's cover of Africa by Toto. Kinda funny, they did this after a 14 year old fan started a persistent campaign for it on Twitter.
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    I'm super happy that I was finally recently able to get a copy of Ben Kweller's self titled album on vinyl. With the RSD release of Sha Sha hopefully I can finish out my collection... Anyone else have a BK vinyl collection they are excited about?
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    I got a guitar a few years ago, an acoustic-electric, not very musically gifted but I have some fun with it. I can play the intro to Sundress.. uhh.. the middle of Full Circle with the woo woo woo.. and uhmm.. Oh My Way.. real simple chords in that one, great for beginners. The songbook in Go Fly A Kite vinyl was awesome.. please do another songbook for the next record.. heck do one of all the 'classics'!!
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    DC or Baltimore would be nice
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    I haven't brought my DSLR to a show (not willing to risk that!), but here's the best pic from both shows I've been to. Lawrence University, May 14 2006 High Noon Saloon in Madison, WI: March 27 2012
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    I feel pretty lonely saying Changing Horses is my favorite. Sha Sha was life-changing when I first heard it. It came to me about the same time as Neutral Milk Hotel, Weezer, Ben Folds and Sufjan Stevens... It opened up a world outside of the top 40 radio. The S/T brought me back to those feelings. And my girlfriend at the time was really into On My Way (joyous High School memories!). But Changing Horses was absolutely amazing. I remember sitting in a car with friends and reading the liner notes. Something about Ben growing up in Texas (?) and being raised on country music. You can't escape your roots sometimes. Yadda yadda. I'm from Arkansas, so I can relate. My grandma took me to school every morning from 3rd to 7th grade and we'd listen to Merle, George, Conway and all the other classic "real country." Hearing Changing Horses was a revelation though. It was a blend of that "indie" music that I had come to listen to, with what I grew up on. It was a statement to me that I didn't have to be ashamed of the country music I grew up on. Not to mention the fact that it was REALLY great. Time for me to pull out CH and give it another spin! It's been too long.
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