Not much going on today. Well, appart for the whopping 151 visitors to the site yesterday, and the site getting over 100 visitors a day quite regularly now. It was only about 50 a day before the Ash tour, so you can see it’s a bit of an improvement. Most of the new lot are from the US so you might just wanna note the GMT time zone sed on the news pae, it might cause a bit of confusion but most of the time you can just ignore it. If anyone over there spots an article on the band in any mags, on the radio/tv or anything that we wouldn’t get over in the UK, be sure to let me know about itby emailing
Filter MagazineNews wise, Filter Magazine chose Lottery Winners On Acid as on of their weekly song picks for 28th March and used a shot of the band as the main article pic. Check out the short article on their site.
Well now the Ash support tour’s finished, The Crimea should be heading back to the UK soon. They’re planning a UK tour in May and June should see the release of the Tragedy Rocks album in the US and UK. If I hear any more about gigs, I’ll let you know.
Double Dragon Music label have a new online store selling cheap CD and 7″ copies of the White Russian Galaxy single and also digital copies of each track on the single for 89p.
Just found an Ash gig review by The Daily Cougar. I’m saying nothing. Here or more.

Life & Arts

Ash/The Bravery

Ash had trouble keeping the energy up at the Engine Room, 1515 Pease Ave., on March 14 with only a few diehard fans who stayed for the remainder of the group’s set as the crowd sobered up and fans fizzled out after just a few songs.

New York hipsters The Bravery took the stage before Ash and had the crowd moving to their revamped new wave sounds.

The Crimea warmed up the crowd with impressive guitar licks topped by vocals drenched in emotion.

Review from The Daily Cougar, Vol. 70 Issue 111.

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