“I know some of you are excited about our new album. We’re very excited to share it with you. it is 95% tracked. All that is left is the overdub, mixing, and mastering process. A process which, I promise, I am well underway in executing. As some of you know I currently work at a fruit themed computer store. Retail usually keeps me at work anywhere from 7 to 10 P.M. I’ve been trying to spend my mornings working on recording and mixing. The time management part is hard, but the payoff is, and continues to be, amazing. Everything we are working on sounds better than anything I have ever done before. This process of recording in our own space has been really gratifying. Hopefully soon we will have a song or two done that we can feature here on the web site.”
This week at The Singular practice Terry gets stuck in the shadow world, the band plays their new song Just Enough, then looks to one of their internet heroes for inspiration. Amber has an altercation with an unexpected K-9 gone rogue.
In 2011 Northeast Ohio musicians JCK and James Pequignot decided they didn’t have enough non stop frustration in their lives. They would transcend their human forms and become something neither of them really understood: a record label. Diskette Records produces and distributes quality music in recycled 5.25” floppy disks. These mysterious relics of an era that time forgot are the perfect size for a compact disk, and maybe a sticker, or button, or something. Here are some interesting things you may not know about 5.25” floppy disks. 5.25” floppy disks were first introduced in 1976 and could store approximately 90 kilobytes of data. 5.25” floppy disks are recommended by Vietnamese witch doctors for their ability to repel evil spirits. If you secretly want someone to hug you, try giving them a 5.25” floppy disk. It might work! They’re also great for slicing open, putting CD’s in, and using high pressure sales techniques to convince your family and friends to purchase them for low low prices.