Long, throbbing interview with MC Frontalot over at Suicide Girls. Go there to read it.
Tickets for the Union Hall (Brooklyn) show are available! Here's you, clicking for them. It's too late for PAX pre-reg, but you can get in to the con day-of, assuming fifty thousand other gamers didn't get the same idea and show up to stand in line directly in front of you. If you're missing PAX but are in Seattle, get to the High Dive on thursday the 23rd for Front plus Optimus plus Goondocks plus Beefy plus Router equals nerdvana! And speaking of geekish glee, the Kingdom of Loathing convention is not too far off. Front plays that Satiddy night (Sept 15), with kindred spirits The Minibosses. There's rumor of the addition of a certain other nerdcore rapper we all adore. But you didn't hear it from us.
Perhaps all this concerty goodness will distract you from the tragic cancellation of this year's innaugural Nerdapalooza. Sniff! We hardly knew ye.
Hey! The 8/29 Brooklyn show adds Schaffer the Darklord to open for Jesse Dangerously and MC Frontalot. Nerdcore triple threat. Get ready.
Did you see the Sunday Style section in the New York Times? Might have a little something about your favorite MC.
Speaking of New York things, there's a pretty awesome puppet show at the Fringe Festival this month.
Good Morning! The splashy promo page for Secrets From The Future is finally up, with teaser tracks galore. You can check it out right now.
But first! You must take a moment to appreciate the brand new Hit Single Dispenser, up next to the giant logo at the top of the page. For this, we thank Joe Rheaume, master of The Core Wars and Pirate Jesus. And while we're thanking folks, let's hear it for Dev Angel Alice, who has beefed up the RSS about a jillion percent. Now feeding: song postings, new pics and videos, dorknotes, etcetera. Put it in bloglines or whatever and you even get the enclosures. Maybe Ted Stevens can explain the finer technical points of it when he gets out of the slammer.
We're pretty sure We've confimed that Front and Jesse Dangerously will be doing a show together in Brooklyn on August 29th. It's at Union Hall, doors at 7:30. We're already convinced that the mid-September Indiana and Arizona shows are going to kick ass. And before any of that: PAX. See the calendar for detailiness.