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I’ve been getting lots of photos and messages telling me people are getting their Better Than Nothing records which makes me super happy, thanks you guys. I keep starting to write something about how humbling and emotional it is to feel so supported after like a decade and a half of making songs, but then I feel dumb and delete it. So, like, thank you?

The vinyl release party’s November 17th in my hometown of Ottawa. Hope to see you there! Here’s the gig poster by Geoff Gibson (@sisc_daily) who also did the awesome Better Than Nothing album artwork.

Posted on - October 13, 2017 [at] 12:53 pm by Brad
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Copies of my greatest hits (and first ever) vinyl ‘Better Than Nothing’ arrived last night and it looks sweet!!

You can still order it here: https://bit.ly/2tfIDid

Also the vinyl release show’s on November 17th in Ottawa at Irene’s if that’s for some reason something you’d be into.

Posted on - September 20, 2017 [at] 1:37 pm by Brad
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A friend recently reminded me that in about a year it’ll be the tenth anniversary of I Don’t Know What I’m Doing‘s first pressing. I’ve had a few requests for vinyl but not really enough to make me confident I won’t lose money and wind up with a big box of records in my basement. Anyone hot to buy it in an ancient format?

Oh yeah here’s the Facebook post.

Posted on - September 2, 2014 [at] 12:51 pm by Brad
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ttvinyl The history of Vinyl Data has some surprises. I didn’t realize there were artists encoding Sinclair ZX Spectrum programs into their records as far back as 1983 such as Pete Shelly from the Buzzcocks and the Thompson Twins. That’s awful hardcore for 20+ years ago. I would say it beats the crap out of manipulating spectrograms.

Even more awesomely The Thompson Twins included an adventure game (called The Thompson Twins Adventure) where you wander around beaches and caves for no real reason:

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You can actually play it online here. OH GOD I FOUND A BOTTLE OF SPICE.

My favorite of course is Urusei Yatsura’s ‘Everybody Loves Uresei Yatsura’ album:

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Examining the source for the program reveals the following comments:

“Hi Nick, is Robin there?”

“Judas Priest Satanic Message #3”

“What is sadder: a.) finding this b.) writing it”

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Lick his cloven hoof.\m/ (via kotaku)

Posted on - June 20, 2007 [at] 10:27 am by Brad
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