OK, we’ll spare you a feature-length dramatic interpretation of the day’s events (but can we please start a thread about who would portray each member of Fucked Up if we did make one? I think Thora Birch could be a dynamite Mustard Gas).
Rhapsody made a little documentary about the event:
Rhapsody filmed and recorded Fucked Up’s already-legendary 12 Hour Show last month at Rogan in New York City (and pulled a “Where’s Waldo” with their logo – see if you can spot it!). Soon, they’ll make much of the show available to the world via streaming video and audio, as well as cuddly MP3 downloads. More on that shortly.
In the meantime, relive the magic of the longest day of our lives with powerful takes on The Chemistry of Common Life standouts “Black Albino Bones”, “Twice Born” and “Crooked Head”:
“Black Albino Bones” and “Twice Born”
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXjc50aFwC4[/youtube]Here at Matador, we’re counting down the hours to Tuesday’s release of the brand new Jennifer O’Connor album, “Here With Me” (and making due in the meantime with this convenient Rhapsody album stream).
Here’s a little more backstory on the album, where Jennifer discusses the makeup of her crack band.
For those who can’t wait until next Tuesday (8/19) to soak in Jaguar Love’s debut album, “Take Me To The Sea”, well, you don’t have to – MySpace and Jaguar Love have your back, and the album is streaming now at the band’s page: