“You can have Kissing Strangers at your door on Halloween!
Sounds creepy, doesn’t it?
This is the title of a new Dead Artist Syndrome album.
Mixing & Mastering is needed to finish it, costing $2,500.
Here is how D.A.S. fans can help make delivery on time.
Donate $25.00 by October 25th.
Click on GET TICKETS to give.
In return, Dead Artist Syndrome will:
- Deliver Kissing Strangers download to you on October 31
- Add your name to a drawing for some goodies…
1st prize – Brian Healy original painting on canvas. (Colors will match proper numbers.)
2nd prize – 4 autographed Dead Artist Syndrome CDs (Good as coasters.)
3rd prize – Kissing Strangers t-shirt. (Better than a Sham Wow.)
Amazingly talented folks contributed to Kissing Strangers:
Brian Healy (Dead Artist Syndrome)
John Piccari (Dead Artist Syndrome)
Derri Daugherty (The Choir, The Lost Dogs, Kerosene Halo)
Ric Alba (Altar Boys,Undercover)
Michele Bunch Palmer (Adam Again)
Steve Hindalong –(The Choir,The Lost Dogs, LSU)
Michael Knott (LifeSavers, LSU, Aunt Betty’s)
Gym Nicholson (Undercover, Boys Club, Steve Taylor)
Marc Plainguet (Gadget, Graveyard Cafe)
Ojo Taylor (Undercover)”
See www.facebook.com/events/726942310655489/ to help!
“Rewind Episode 28 features music from L.S.U. (a.k.a. Life Savers Underground), one of many Michael Knott band names. The show uses footage from a Knott in-studio interview by Rewind host, Brian Healy. It is timed perfectly with the digital release of 3 L.S.U. albums, originally on Blonde Vinyl and Siren Records. Knott spontaneously writes and plays songs and relates colorful stories, including an experience with late pastor, Chuck Smith.””
See frontlinerecords.us/frontline-records-rewind-podcast-episode-28/ to listen to the interview.
Michael Knott sits in-studio with Brian Healy for the latest episode of Frontline Rewind, debuting this Friday on iTunes and http://frontlinerecords.us/! Michael gives insight to each of the four releases from this week and also plays some live tunes! Don’t miss it!!
A new Bandcamp page has been created to collect all of Michael Knott’s Bandcamp releases. A kind of “Michael Knott Collective”: http://knott.bandcamp.com/. Recent additions include L.S.U.’s hard to find Losing Angel indie release and Bomb Bay Babies Volume 1. Keep an eye out for more releases to be added in the future.
Good news for fans that haven’t been willing or able to fork out big ebay price tags: The ultra rare Lifesavors single “You and Me” is now available for streaming or digital purchase on the band’s BandCamp page. This is probably the earliest release that featured Knott’s songwriting. You can also snag a digital copy of the classic Poplife album if you are still missing it. BandCamp is bringing us some good things, so let’s see what else comes through in the future.
This just in from Josh Lory, bassist for Lifesavers: “Give the people what they want! New Lifsavers available for download now! This download was originally made available only to the Kickstarter backers of the project. Due to a large amount of interest from people that missed the Kickstarter campaign 2 years ago, and an early leak of the album, we decided to make this version available to the public for only $10! The Kickstarter edition was mastered by Masaki Liu and will differ slightly in sound than the CD version coming out within the next few months. The CD will be mastered by J. Powell at Steinhaus Mastering. http://lifesavers1.bandcamp.com/album/heaven-high-kickstarter-download-version“
Joshua Lory has reported that the new Lifesavers album Heaven High is currently being mixed by Masaki, and then it will be mastered by Cliffy Huntington. So the release is coming soon. Kickstarter supporters will get their discs mailed to them along with a digital surprise – check your email for updates. Pennies for Stormie Laine is also being reported to take shape. Should be a good year for new Knott material.
Sorry things have been quiet around here – been focusing my time on getting the rest of the site updated. That means that the new Blonde Vinyl Tribute section is up! Mainly just a new look, but a few added details for The Bumpus Hounds, Tribe of Dan, and Echoing Green. Also – a new host for the Video collection!
Momentum for the upcoming Knott tribute album is still going strong. Spy Satellite is not only covering a song (“Chaser”), but has also created a video for their cover. Chaeck it out here:
Canadian roots/folk rocker Keith Kitchen has released a new album Restless, which includes a cover of Michael Knott’s “Grace.” You can get more information at keithkitchenmusic.com or listen to the whole album on BandCamp: keithkitchenmusic.bandcamp.com.