by carl wilson

Obligatory Destroyer Update:
Splinterprojectmania!

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Cover art for Destroyer's Rubies, due Feb. 21.

Pitchfork today linked to Zoilus in confusing ways while penning what felt like an instant-message conversation about Destroyer, but the item is worth reading for the following bits of Bejarian news (which I am about to share with you, thus making said item not-worth-reading again): "DB hopes to unleash a record by his band Bonaparte ('It features some of my best axework ever,' sayeth Dan) and started practicing with a new duo, Hello Blue Roses, in preparation for a Valentine's Day debut. ... [Bit about Owen Pallett, misinterpreted from previous postings on this site, excised.] .... Bejar also has designs on forming - drumroll please - a bona fide Canadian indie supergroup! He'll join the likes of Carey Mercer (Frog Eyes) and Spencer Krug (Wolf Parade/Sunset Rubdown) to record an album this February, due out someday via Jagjaguwar. The boys have yet to settle on a name..."

| Posted by zoilus on Friday, January 20 at 03:28 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (7)

 

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Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:24 AM

 

 

Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:22 AM

 

 

Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:21 AM

 

 

Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:17 AM

 

 

Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:15 AM

 

 

Hello! lortab http://lortab.blog.kataweb.it/ Bye!

Posted by ephedra on February 14, 2006 03:06 AM

 

 

i sent an email to dan earlier today that contained only that quote and exclamation marks.

all it needs is a "david berman will be singing backup vocals" to make it roll over from the extraordinary into the absurd. (and awesome!)

Posted by Sean on January 20, 2006 05:37 PM

 

 

 

Zoilus by Carl Wilson