Frontalot's album enters its second printing as of today. Buy it from Front directly using the power of paypal. If you hate paypal too much (or have a gift certificate or something) there is also the Amazon option.
If instead it is MC Frontalot who you hate too much, maybe you should shop for music that better suits cool kids like you.
Speaking of those accursed cool kids, they are nowhere to be found in the dorkish comedy of the Ministry of Unknown Science. Their weekly video podcast thing is newly launched and classically awesome.
Hey now! Tell your friends about Front's next show. It is listed on the left there above the quote of the week.
And if you're talking to them anyway, tell them to
bid recklessly on Front's Tascam US-428 (it is too late). He used it to record Nerdcore Rising, a fact which imbues it with a tiny shred of unripened nostalgia.
LIVE SHOW IN MANHATTAN: At Crash Mansion on Dec. 17th. Late at night. 11PM or so. Details to follow.
Calling all flash animators, cell animators, stop-motion photographers, and other auteurs of the moving image! Front wants a video for Charity Case or any other album track. Will you make him one? Write in for to arrange the arrangements.
Frontal cohort Jesse Dangerously has a new record out. Help to relieve him of it by scrolling down his page and clicking indiscriminately on any "buy now" buttons you find. Speaking of cohorts bearing vendables, Tony Moore's Fear Agent #1 is at your comic book shop. Let its siren call coax you forth.
PAX was big-sized fun. Keep your eyes peeled for the DVD over at Penny Arcade.
Did you catch Front in the October XXL? Due to the magazine industry's hostility towards what month it is, that issue will be off news stands right around when October starts. Check for it at your lazier local bookseller. Suge Knight is on the cover. Front is on page 59.
If you have one of those nifty old analog radios, listen to Day to Day on your local NPR station. A segment on Nerdcore featuring the MC who fronts should air soon.
Front will not be watching cheeseball Joss Wheedon television shows turned into fan-service wank-fest movies. But take him out to see Corpse Bride, won't you? Or Murderball. Now that the album's shipping, he's ready to do things where he just sits and stares for two hours. And if you want to see a space western that actually deserves to survive the impending cultural revolution, mail-order Cory Mcabee's The American Astronaut. It doubles (triples) as a musical. And is awesome.
Speaking of the album, Nerdcore Rising is selling pretty well. Keep purchasing it! Front gets ever closer to feeling like a professional music person. At which point he would feel compelled to record another album.