NEWS AROUND THE BLOCK

(Stuff about  the psychedelic drügs,
 
Johnny Mack Brown, Punk Rock Treehouse,
Freak Music,
Toad Hall Studio
and other
Instant Dogma biz.)


 

  
Dogline:  4.16.18
The place:  
Instant Dogma Headquarters,

Worcester County
 
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DOG NEWS:
Your scribe: Steve Blake

A lot has been happening in the past few months.

I have been recording with Peter Zolli
(former Atomic Trousers, Hipbone, Roy Hinkley Trio etc.)
and Dan Stanley (also former Atomic Trousers)
as The Pintos. 

We have a couple of videos
Here
and here


Freak Music have completed
and released their tenth album,
Big Red Rubber Shoes.


It is for sale at this very  website.

Also we have made an ad 
and a video for the song
Planet Dick Apprentice Edition.
(see video of the month)

 
The soundtrack for the film 7 Hills
performed by
the psychedelic drügs
is still available.

 

Here's how to buy a copy

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Please consider donating to community radio


Tune in ever Monday from 5 PM to 7 PM
to catch my show

Here's a link to WCUW's live stream

Here's the Facebook Page

Here's where my shows are archived




 
TOAD HALL
STUDIO NEWS
:
 
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Punk Rock Treehouse have been recording
some songs for a new project.
Pamela says "we want this to be fun."


 
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Raven Kaldera
will be recording
some old and new compositions
for a possible summer release.


 
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Follow Toad Hall on Facebook
 





IMAGE OF THE MONTH:
 

 

 
Punk Rock Treehouse




 
VIDEO OF THE MONTH:


Freak Music - Planet Dick Apprentice Edition
 





 



Quote of the month
:
 
"A fool and his money are not only soon parted, they were lucky to get together in the first place."
Harry Anderson

 





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