We’ve been rehearsing with Jason Booze, our new drummer. Last night’s rehearsal was our third together, I think. And I just wanted to say: It was hilarious and impressive that he actually figured out the changes to “Long History” on his own, and then NAILED IT on the first playthrough!
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We’ll be off the radar for a few months, as Adam (our drummer) is leaving the band to pursue another project called “fatherhood.” Thursday’s show was very likely his last with us. We believe we have a new drummer already lined-up, but we won’t begin rehearsing with him for a couple of weeks yet. Hopefully… >> Continue reading
We played Hunt Club this past Thursday night. It might seem kinda dumb to say it, because there was almost nobody there, but this was one of the more memorable shows I think we’ve played.
As most Tulsa bands would probably tell you, Thursday nights here can go either way — occasionally you may… >> Continue reading
Two weeks ago, we played The Heavy Anchor, a sweet indie-music dive in South St. Louis. Our friends Banks and Cathedrals and Old Hand opened and closed, respectively.
Here’s our full 40-minute set, including a very silly soundcheck and all kinds of shit we probably should have cut-out. But it’s fun, right? Hello? Where’d everybody go?
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Here’s the video of Dachshund’s 10/13 show at Lindbergs, in Springfield, MO. What a night! We posted the whole dang thing, with excerpts of the other two bands (Evil Awful and Archimedian Point) as well, just because we enjoyed playing with them, and it’s nice to have them represented alongside us. Whole thing’s just over an hour in length. If you actually watch it on YouTube, and reveal the text I posted below the video, you’ll find a table of contents with links, so you can skip around however you like.
Back home, safe and sound. We had a great time in the Show-Me State! Thanks to our friends Chet (in Springfield) and Shawn (in Saint Louis), who kindly allowed us to crash on their floors and couches! It was a lot more comfortable than sleeping in a dumpster. Safer, too!
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