We have a lot going on in our lives right now (TJ & Ryan) but we want to thank you for sticking through it with us. As a reward, we’re going to list off our upcoming releases for you to look forward to:
FH-013 Blood Cousin EP on 3” mini-CD
FH-014 Blackrune Cassingle (Mystic/Noise)
FH-015 Hallucinex EP (90s Dream Pop)
FH-016 Heavy Boots mini-LP (Rachael of mumbledust lo-fi solo album)
FH-007 Bedroom Vivid will be completed!
Fuzzbook has some kind kind words and a premiere from the debut Blood Cousin EP.
‘You Won (or, We Have All Lost)’ is the debut EP from Virginia based lo-folkers Blood Cousin.
“Theme of the Raven” is taken from the EP which borders the thin red, white and blue line between Americana and dark folk. The 4 tracks are distantly dreamy, kind of like what I imagine an EP recorded by a ghost might sound like.
The EP is available to stream now courtesy of the excellent FURIOUS HOOVES and will be available via download or 3” mini-CD soon.
Blood Cousin have an EP coming out in June, but you can stream You Won (or, We Have All Lost) now on bandcamp. According to their soundcloud, this EP ”takes on the tragedies of life: living, loving and losing.”
1. Evolution, Florida
2. Theme of the Raven
3. Ark of Jones (The Noble)
4. And Here We Are, 9 Meals Away From Anarchy
Will be available digitally and as a limited edition 3” CD housed in a unique handmade foldout sleeve.
There are reports the Charlotte Bobcats are looking to change their name back to the Charlotte Hornets, a name (and high radness level) held from 1988-2002. For us here at Furhoof, this is fantastic news. One can only hope they revert back to the 90s uniforms/logo as well.
I also can’t help to think that the name change has something to do with the fact that the Bobcats have never held their own website… check out our friends at www.charlottebobcats.com
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Thanks for the love Flannel Gurl!
We are extremely stoked for and proud of our friend Ryan “The Hornet” McCardle who helps us do a lot of different design things, such as doing the b-side etching for the CityCop record or the layout for the Trust Fall record and the overall art direction of I Got Brains Fest. Along with helping us, he does design work for GRAVEFACE RECORDS who recently released the new The Appleseed Cast (official page) record entitled Illumination Ritual in which Ryan did the entire design and layout. If you’re ever in the need for someone to help you do design work please email Ryan a.k.a The Hornet at firstname.lastname@example.org! It is also worth noting that he co-runs a pretty sweet record label called Furious Hooves with our wonderful friend T.j. Hatcher and they have put out some of our favorite releases in recent memory.
Our friends over at Flannel Gurl just unveiled the new DADS shirt and no other than furhoof’s own TJ Hatcher got to model the bad boi. What a bad boi.
We are proud to bring you the world premiere of the new Dads shirt. Just kidding, but seriously these turned out mighty nice as well, don’t you think?! For those of you who pre-ordered one of these, they were shipped off this morning. If you would like to order one please visit the store —-> http://flannelgurl.bigcartel.com. Thanks!
Pretty cool. 1,000 Pieces Yellow & Black & Black was listed in the top 5 adds at SCAD Radio last week. View the post here.
The press release came out today for the local bands playing the Savannah Stopover Festival this year… and guess what – Furious Hooves has two bands playing: Blackrune and mumbledust! Here’s part of the press release as mentioned on Bill Dawer’s Savannah Unplugged. Read more here.
The folks at Savannah Stopover have confirmed local bands that will be performing during the March festival, as well as venues that will be used.
First, as detailed in this morning’s press release, the venues:
- *Forsyth Park Bandshell- 3/8 of Montreal Free Concert (All Ages)
- *Knights Of Columbus Hall- (All Ages)
- *Club One
- *Taco Abajo (All Ages)
- Ships of The Sea North Garden (All Ages)
- The Jepson Center for The Arts (All Ages)
- The Jinx
- Hang Fire Bar
- Congress Street Social Club (All Ages until 10pm)
- The Sparetime (Artist Lounge + music downstairs)
Those marked with an asterisk are being used by Stopover for the first time. The Knights of Columbus Hall is on Liberty at Bull, but for the most part the venues are pretty tightly clustered in the northwest quadrant of downtown.
The confirmed local Savannah acts are:
- Bear Fight!
- City Hotel
- Clouds & Satellites
- Damon & the Shitkickers
- Deep Search
- Eric Britt
- Jamison Murphy
- Lovely Locks
- Sincerely, Iris
- The Accomplices
- The Trainwrecks
- Wet Socks
- Whiskey Dick