I was asked if I liked “live music.” I was handed a business card. The business card was simply the URL to the Bandcamp page for a band called Transient Orca telling me to “DOWNLOAD ALBUM!”
I thought, well heck, that’s nice giving me a free download and all. But turns out it’s not a free download. It’s never a free download. So I said (to myself, hypothetically, okay, you’re right, I didn’t say this), “Ya know what? I’m just gonna stream it. And then I’m gonna review it.” And it was so.
And so basically (just skip to this part), this week’s blind date is Squib Prod Qua by Transient Orca and you can LISTEN ALONG BY STREAMING IT HERE. Sorry for shouting.
What does it sound like? Hopefully squid who don’t possess the magic gene, but let’s find out for sure, shall we?
Date Breakdown on Monday.
Another week, another sonic mystery. What in the world is Blisscipline? What does their album Unrelating sound like? Is it any good? Who knows! Not me, surely.
If you’re up for the adventure, you can listen along with me HERE.
Either way, make sure you check back on Monday for the Date Breakdown!
Week 4 brings an EP by Timothy Ryan entitled “Dog Days”
You can stream it for free off of Bandcamp HERE
BONUS CONTENT: Additionally, I was asked to submit myself to a full week of listening to Ferrall on The Bench, which I started doing yesterday. The idea was to see what Ferrall’s voice does to my sanity. Also it is Sports Radio. I don’t know sports. Let’s see how this goes. I had never heard of Ferrall before Sunday, so this too is blind. See what I’m putting up with HERE.
Both Date Breakdowns MONDAY
This week’s blind date is Louise Louise Trio – Canine Cancer.
What does it sound like? Let’s find out HERE.
See you Monday for the breakdown!