Greetings and welcome to Majestic Litter dot com. We continue to participate in the Internet, sometimes while eating key lime pie in a cafe by the train tracks in Laramie. Things are happening, and this time we mean it:
* Big Harp‘s tape is OUT NOW. It’s called Waveless and it’s mega-ultra-fun. 11 delightful blasts of thrash pop radness. Go get it at the store now. Go on, we’ll still be here when you get back. But hurry, we don’t like waiting.
* The Good Life has a new album, Everybody’s Coming Down, which is out now on all kinds of formats but luckily we negotiated to release it on the most premium format: cassette. So go get one at the store, dudes and dudettes!
* We’re about to announce a new tape by Anna McClellan. Whoops, guess we just did! Something to hear here. If you like pianos or gals or gals with pianos, we are 99.748% certain you’ll dig it. If you caught her opening set for Big Harp and The Good Life in Boston and New York, consider yourself lucky. It was the real thing. If you missed it, it’s okay, we can still be friends if you check out this video for Fire Flames and then pre-order the tape and go see her play next time.
* Ben’s tape is done. The tunes still rule and maybe make a note in your digital calendar to check back here in a few weeks for more information. No rush, of course. Ben, if you’re reading this, let’s get this thing into production, ok? OK. (Update: Ben said ok.)
Jake Bellows released his debut solo long-player New Ocean a while back but not really that long ago. It still pretty seriously rules and is still available in the store. Those sweet Help cassettes are back in print too because enough of you asked.
Our Fox‘s Sea Glass is available on cassette for the first time. Each is dubbed onto blue tapes here at ML HQ one-by-one in real-time while we type on and cut photos to make the inserts. Not exactly Henry Ford shit. We ran out of the first batch but the second batch is coming down the assembly line now, in a footrace just ahead of a glacier and just behind a turtle with molasses shoes.
Red Lobster Magnifying Glass is still hardly at work on Knockin’ on Kevin’s Door and Trashville Skyline. Wouldn’t you just know it?
Breakfast plays shows about every 7 years so maybe 2016 will bring a murmur?
* We’ve accepted that the trillion-dollar coin is not going to happen.
* We predicted an 86-76 finish for the Royals but wouldn’t you know, the boys in blue can’t be beat and are on pace to win 98 games.
* Carnitas. Always carnitas.