Bummed because you couldn’t make it to one of TMJ’s east coast shows? Don’t worry — now you can pretend you were there by purchasing one of the hoodies or t-shirts they were selling at tyhe merch table!
There are a couple dozen hoodies left, though only in Extra-Large or Small. These were easily our best seller at every gig. Keep yourself warm for winter, and/or buy a great Channukah or Christmas present for a loved one with excellent taste.
You can also snag one of the t-shrts we were selling. We’ve got a lot of XL and a handful of 2XLs left over of these, which feature the return of Hugo, who made his first apeparance on our Son of Sam I Am tees.
Jim Sullivan, who’s been reveiwing TMJ’s Boston shows since the ’90s, has a nice piece in Rock & Roll Globe about our show at Sonia in Cambridge on Tuesday.
Many thanks to our long-time hero Hugo Burnham for jumping onstage to play Gang of Four’s “Damaged Goods” with us.
The installment in our 12 Months of Joy Campaign has now been distributed to all IndieGoGo donors.
The A-side is a rocker titled “As Quiet As God.”
There are two B-sides.
“Our History In Hugs” was commissioned by Nicole Lydic, who asked for the saddest love song we could write about her and the late, lamented Jay Wilson (Weatherman). We hope she likes it, and if there’s any way for him to hear it, that he does, too. We liked this one so much we put it on the album, too.
“The Best Beer Buyer in Portland” is Jim Bonomo, who was named exactly that by the Willamette Week.