This has been an excellent few weeks at Anyway Records, with a number of great premieres and other news relating to Anyway artists.
Go Andy, Go!
Limited screened posters designed and numbered by Nicholas Nocera from AlisonRose.com for the Anyway 25th Anniversary will be available at the shows and through Alisonrose.com. Thursday night line-up at Spacebar: Counter Intuits, The Whiles, Long Odds (Adam Elliott/Kristen Elliott/Mike O./Philip Kim/Jared Phillips), Jenny Mae. Friday at Ace of Cups (sold out): The Mountain Goats/Cheater Slicks/Tristen/St. Lenox/Mary Lynn—START TIME HAS CHANGED TO 7:30! Saturday @ Ace of Cups: Chuck Cleaver (Wussy, Ass Ponys), Appalachian Death Ride, Moviola, Kyle Sowashes, Cowboy 2929 (pre-sale tickets only $5 http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1288405).
To celebrate Anyway Records 25th anniversary we will be hosting a three-day event from September 1-4 in Columbus, Ohio with bands and artists that have been connected to Anyway or Bela’s years as a promoter in Columbus. The Mountain Goats have agreed to headline on Sept 2. Friday night at Ace of Cups (sold out), and will be playing alongside Mary Lynn, St. Lenox, Tristen and The Cheater Slicks at Ace of Cups. The Saturday night line-up includes Moviola performing “The Year You Were Born,” I-71 Stranglers (Chuck Cleaver from Wussy/Ass Ponys), Appalachian Death Ride (first show in 8 years), the Kyle Sowashes and Cowboy 2999. Thursday, September 1 will be at Spacebar (2590 N. High Street, Columbus Ohio) will feature: The Long Odds (ex Times New Viking, Operators, Divine Fits, Gaunt), Counter Intuits, The Whiles and a Gaunt tribute band.
Please feel free to contact for any other information or records/CDs.
St. Lenox will be performing at the Big City Folk Festival at the LIC Bar in NYC @ 6pm. The festival features singer-songwriters from Big City Folk, one of several noteworthy songwriter enclaves in New York City. Running through the weekend on both Aug. 13th and 14th, other acts include Niall Connolly, Ryan Morgan, Jo Kroger, Warren Malone and Jasper Lewis.
Event page with the full lineup – LINK.
In its first week of release, new Connections record has received critical praise from NPR and Stereogum – the former calling Connections “five guys with loud amps blasting out of a basement on a regular basis in service of keeping some manner of truth in rock ‘n’ roll.” HeyReverb calls Midnight Run one of the best albums of 2016 so far. Midnight Run is available on vinyl – here – and available digitally everywhere else.
Connections will be playing indie-rock hangout Cake Shop, Friday, July 22, in support of their new album, Midnight Run. The night will be a full bill of rock & roll, with Brooklyn band Summer Saints and Massachusetts’ halfsour filling out the bill. Midnight run is out on vinyl from Midheaven – here.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1639399743053770/