robbielamb wrote:yes I would because of this and the fact that you refer to yourself as grunge
Oh yeah! I guess at the very least they know they are getting a grunge influenced band along with a few other things thrown in. It's not like a bio has to be this super exciting thing, it just should have factual info to help a club or person decide if they want to deal with this band. Thanks Robbie!
BodyBag wrote:Great music, really love the way it's done.
I hope one day I can say "You don't know Milk Duct Tape ? Well you should listen because it's great, here's all the albums and best of ! Oh and don't forget the cover album and all the lives"
But more seriously, I will get my ear at each release.
Thank you BB! I truly hope we get there someday too. It's a very nice and flattering compliment and I'm glad you took the time to listen and comment. Much appreciated.
You should check out Milk Duct Tape, the new grunge rock band on the scene:
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The Iowa City trio Milk Duct Tape played an energetic live set for Studio One on Feb. 17, in IPR's Cedar Falls studios. In the great rock tradition of guitar/bass/drums, the band played songs from their new release Styrofoam Tombstone and more. Milk Duct Tape describe their music as "grunge rock from the Iowa desert." Have a listen and find out what that means!
Ah, I'm fine. Been playing bass in a band for a while and recording my own stuff as a one-man thingie when we're not rehearsing. My tiny bedroom doesn't yet produce a sound quite as professional as you'd get on a nice studio, but hey, it works just fine. Other than that, I'm looking for a job that isn't quite as shitty as my last one and relaxing most of the day. I hope you're well too, Dan, perhaps we'll ask you guys out to jam if we ever make it to the States.