wherein benjamin emanuel hubbird and casey michael jarman discuss the goings-on of their primary musical endeavor, the morals.
Thursday, October 12, 2006
"Greetings be to you! My name is being Kim. This may sound like girls name to you, but in MY country, it is BOY NAME! I found your a-music to be very pleasing to me, and I think you should come North Korea and play in very special military band. Though, for sure that if you stay in U.S., you will really BLOW UP bigtime. You'll fly all over the place, for performance of course. But the stressity of fame sometimes can lead to implosion, or in this case, EXPLOSION! Hahahaha! But I am joking to you. Come to North Korea please for long time. You have one week for packing and saying goodbye to friend and family. FOREVER! Or for just long time.
P.S. I have included photo for you very special feature that I like: 'Morals Fan-weekly Favorite Fan!' I am clapping for your special music, as is entire North Korea army (not pictured)! BECAUSE I TELL THEM TO!
Your big fan,
Wow, thanks Kim! Who knew we were big overseas!? Clearly this man represents the North Korea facist, err, fashion-elite.
So, we just played the Know for the first time, and it was so fantastic that we're coming back for a second tour of duty. This time is special because it's a release party for Steve Laffler's new graphic novel, 40-Hour-Man, which he recently released on with his own Manx imprint. I'm still tryna get my hands on the book, so I can't tell you about it quite yet, but I've seen some of Laffler's other work and I'm pretty stoked on it.
It's also a special show because my friend Adam Grano, yeah the same Adam Grano who made some fliers for us and whatnot, has a band called the Rheas, and they are also playing the show. Should be a lot of fun. More info when I get it.