Well, folks. Sorry it's been a few days. I'm somewhat bogged down with some design work in "real life". So here's the update you've been pining after. The winner of the Signed, Limited Edition 7" "Insistor" Single from Tapes 'N Tapes is...Mike Roeder for his suggestion that Tapes 'N Tapes cover Television's late-70s hit "Marquee Moon", which is an amazing song, and an obvious precursor to much of the music that influenced Tapes 'N Tapes. It's an epic song, lasting over 10 minutes on the album version and over 14 minutes on the live recording. I'll be posting the song (possibly 2 versions of it) in the next few days, so you can all share in it and see for yourself why this was such a good selection. Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest.
Also, Mike from the UK asked if I could post "Moldy Bread" and "My Name is Not Horatio" from Tapes 'N Tapes' EP. So here I have 4 songs from said EP, including the requested tracks.
Again, be sure to check back this week for reviews on the upcoming CDs from My Brightest Diamond, Now It's Overhead, and The Junior Boys, as well as interviews of mine with John Roderick of The Long Winters, Jane Herships aka Spider, and Chicago-based band Office.