Save no one
Save no one
Be your own savior
‘cause I cannot
I cannot be
anybody else’s hope…
Because I have failed you
and everyone but myself
over and over again
I’d keep hope
that more than lies
can keep us together
I see us wholly apart
raised through the dark
Of course you realize
Of course you realize…
I will not survive your doubts the same
I will not be the same
We used to claim
that we were the same
For a while there, it was kind of a shaky proposition, the possibility that this blog would continue.
Slowly but surely, you 20 ‘Followers’ that we have have made your way into this corner of The Internet, and our hearts. Well, we appreciate your patience while some restructuring occurred. A lot of things have been holding us back, and there still might be plenty to get in our way in the upcoming future.
However, compared to months ago, it looks like we stand a half chance of making it through. The goal is still to be able to start getting some things out in analog releases, but for now, digital content will pop up from time-to-time in the form of pictures and demo tracks.
We added Disqus commenting on the posts a while back, so you’re 100% free to comment on anything here, and you can always Ask us about nearly anything (though do let us know in a separate message if you want your question and our answer to stay private or not, otherwise it will be entirely up to our discretion!).
In the meantime, Fearless Leader is bursting with emotion and a renewed sense of purpose, and you’ll sometimes see those things addressed more specifically (when they don’t involve the rest of us) over on his own blog (which we hope you’ll check out from time-to-time).
Thanks for being great, and for giving us the benefit of the doubt. Even through a few of you being around, it seems like we’re the Popular Kids, only without the expectation to appear at Prom (¡it’s all about the Afterprom, obviously!).
SSR artist and recent local Rob Jacobs will be playing, in this lineup that also includes:
Show starts at about 9, or 9:30. First 10 attendees who donate for the out-of-town acts receive a free CD with the recording of Rob Jacobs’s previous set.
As usual, however, his verbosity easily gave the local university newspaper reporter 9 times more information than he could ever possibly need.
Thanks go out to Dave X for trusting us to give an alternate view on his fine experimental music radio programming.