Friday, July 28, 2017

The Hounds of Spring Are on Winter's Traces! The Weasels Too!!

Holy cow: tracks from my next two album projects -- The Hounds' The Album We Never Made and The Weasels' Crimes Against Nature: Greatest Hits 1973-2016 -- are now available for free download on an utterly fantastic compilation via our great good buddy and ace DJ Wayne Lundqvist Ford.






125 bands from all around the world -- no waiting!

Hey, it's free -- go download it NOW!.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Actual New Floor Models News!!!

Long story, but we have discovered a "lost" Andy song that we are about to refurbish, starting on Monday, when Glen and I go into the studio to recreate the rhythm section from this 1982 Other End version of "You Can't Tell Me Anything."

A tune we did live for ages, but for some inexplicable reason never demoed back in the day.



We'll keep you posted.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Today We Are a CD

[cross-posted with PowerPop]

Hey, I know it's an obsolete format, but the disc version of the reissue of the 1995 album masterpiece (superbly re-mastered and with bonus tracks) by Gerry Devine and the Hi-Beams (aka The Floor Models Mark II) is now available for purchase.


It's been downloadable since last December (iTunes, Amazon, and the rest of the usual suspects including Spotify, whatever that is) but the actual CDs are finally at our distributor; you can order the physical copies at CD Baby over HERE.

And because I love you all more than food, here's what was the concluding track on the original 1995 version. I think it's freaking killer, but obviously I'm prejudiced.



In any case, if you decide to order the thing, remember -- as they used to say at MAD magazine: "$12.97. Cheap."

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Updated Updates Part II

Had to take down the "Drop of Rain" video below, for reasons I won't bore you with.

Here's the new link (and a better edit, actually).



News on the album reissue next week,

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Updated Updates and Happy New Year!

Lots of interesting things happening on both the Flo-Mos and Hi-Beams fronts -- we'll have news about the physical CD copies of Fire Lane in a week or so -- but in the meantime, we start the New Year off right with the premiere of the video for "A Drop of Rain."



Our great good friend Steve Schwartz put this together for us over the last month, and I am only half-kidding when I say that this is the greatest directorial debut since Orson Welles stepped onto the lot at RKO.