Joey Cape's One Week Records officially launches today with two solo releases: Chris Cresswell, singer of The Flatliners, and a solo album from Brian Wahlstrom of Scorpios. This label/project is really cool, the idea is Joey brings the artist to his house for seven days, they record an album, they draw an album cover, they upload the files to the One Week website, and it's all available for five bucks.
This is the last split I did with Tony Sly. Tony has 2 songs on this album. It was fun to make and I am proud I was able to share this experience with Tony. People are always asking me for this record but I can not sell this on my store site (joeycape.com). So I decided to sell a few I have on Ebay. In my mind this record needs to be available to Tony's fans. It will eventually. But for now... here ya go!
Today we're premiering a new song from Acoustic Volume 2, the upcoming compilation from Joey Cape and Tony Sly. Check the replies or head to the AP.net profile to hear the acoustic version of "Chasing Rainbows," a track that originally appears on No Use For a Name's 1999 record More Betterness! This release will drop on June 19th through Fat Wreck Chords and you can pre-order a copy here. We also chatted with the guys to discuss the new release and future touring plans. Read the interview here.
1. I Must Be Hateful
2. Know It All
4. Alisonís Disease
6. Broken Record
7. Black Box
9. Under the Garden
10. Chasing Rainbows
11. Pre-Medicated Murder
12. Liver Let Die
Death To False Hope Records has released their latest compilation, We Can't Be Everything We Wanted To Be, for download. The comp features rare/unreleased songs from the likes of Joey Cape, Look Mexico, and many more.
Joey Cape will be on tour for the rest of winter, promoting his recent release, Bridge in both North America and Europe. You can find all the dates in the replies. In other news, Joey is apparently working on another solo record.
I will interviewing one of my musical heroes, Joey Cape (Lagwagon), this week. He is preparing to release his first full-length solo effort, Bridge, on Suburban Home Records. You know the deal - questions in the replies!