Saturday, May 31, 2008

False 45th Record Club | Last Chance

We're closed for submissions. We have 20 people and 2 hours and 37 minutes of music from genres ranging from Chill-Techno to Dance to Indie Rock to World Beat to Soul to Folk to Latin to Punk and more. So, it should be a good night.

See you on Tuesday and, once again, anyone is welcome to come to The Black Door to hang out regardless of whether they submitted songs. It isn't a closed party crap thing.

Sunday is the deadline for getting songs in for the record club. We need time to burn the CDs and print the tracklistings before Tuesday night.

If you miss the deadline or just want to come hang out, everybody is welcome regardless of whether they contributed songs or not.

Send songs to

See you on Tuesday.

7 comments: said...

Sounds fun! And I like your 'tag...'

We have an artists of the month poll up now - vote!


Adena @ the deli

b g said...

can't make it this time around, but definitely hope there is another!

Flatlander said...

Based upon the number of people who submitted songs and the general interest in it, I'm pretty sure we're going to do it again. We're thinking once every three months. So, figure the next one will be in early September after everyone is done with vacations.

Anonymous said...

F45RC was great. excellent crowd, excellent group of songs including many i was glad to hear for the first time. thanks for all the work in putting it together.

mike d

Rob said...

I agree w/ mike d. It was great to meet some new songs and faces last night. I've been listening to F45RC#1 all day. I'm ready to become a dues-paying member. Really.

Tanner M. said...

great time - finally got to put some faces to names, heard some good tunes - one recommendation? next lets hit a joint that doesn't charge 5 bucks for a beer.

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