Omaha Red Sox wrote:
Phatferd wrote:Awesome job Omaha....Saddle-Creek is one of the better record labels out there (do you even have an idea what I am talking about?).
I definitely have 'an idea' what you're talking about. I used to play and tried desperately to get involved with a good band. I've met Robb a few times. Good guy. I knew the guys from The Faint for a while, parties and such, but I've been away for quite a while now. How do you know about SCR?
When I was a Jr. in High School (2000) I got really into Bright Eyes and Cursive, which got me into The Good Life. I'm not so much of a Bright Eyes fan anymore (Fevers and Mirrors was a great album. Letting Off The Happiness is amazing if you think about the fact that he was like 15-16 when he wrote that stuff).
I got Domestica and was blown away. I then found "Novena on a Nocturn" from The Good Life and was just as impressed and loved the different sound Kashar made with that band. I then was totally blown away with Black Out.
I have seen Bright Eyes, The Good Life, Cursive, Desparcidos and Azure Ray live.
You have no frame of reference, Donny. You're like a child who walks into the middle of a movie...