We’ve just scheduled an appearance for Tory & Zach on East Lansing’s alternative radio station The Impact – 88.9 FM (East Lansing, MI). The guys will be on Thursday, January 17th at 8pm on the local music program The Basement, with festival organizer Joel Heckaman from Hodge Marketing, to talk about the upcoming Middle of the Mitten 5 music festival. Tune in online here.
We are getting geared up for Middle of the Mitten Festival in Lansing, which is less than three weeks away. Tickets/wristbands are available at The Record Lounge in East Lansing or directly from bands. Email us at email@example.com if you would like to purchase wristbands.
MIDDLE OF THE MITTEN – DAY 2
18+ (bring ID). Order festival wristbands online now athttp://bit.ly/motmtix or get them soon at The Record Lounge, SCENE, and The Loft
$8 pre-sale / $10 at the door (Day 2 only)
$12 pre-sale All Access (Day 1 and Day 2)
Elliot Street Lunatic (Lansing)
Life Size Ghost (Mt Pleasant/Grand Rapids)
Royal Hoax (Pontiac)
Simien the Whale (Grand Rapids)
Bicycle Sunday (East Lansing)
The HandGrenades (Detroit)
Kick-off Party on January 24 at The Record Lounge
Day 1 on January 25 at (scene) Metrospace
Localspins.com has selected our new album ‘Simien the Whale’ as 2012 Local Spin of the Year. Our multi-year effort was selected as the best recording of 2012 from over 100 local and regional albums. Thank you John Sinkevics! Thank you Localspins.com! Thank you everyone who has supported us over the years!
We’ve just received confirmation that our new album is live on Spotify. This service is great for artists not only because we get exposed to music fans worldwide, but we also get paid for it! So stream our album a few times at work, or at the library, or on your next car trip and support independent music!
It’s official! Our new album “Simien the Whale” is available for download on iTunes worldwide in 4 continents (sorry Africa…we’re coming).
On Friday, November 23rd, Tory and Zach visited WYCE Studios in Grand Rapids for an interview. The independent radio station was celebrating its 25th anniversary later in the evening. Tory and station manager Kevin Murphy decided to commemorate the occasion with an impromptu version of Paul Simon’s “Graceland.”
Congratulations on 25 years WYCE!