Terrible Things debut song + Rick Whispers featuring Weerd Science + Flannel Channel

It’s been a while since we updated, but Mr. Weerd Science sure has been busy!

Terrible Things just returned from their first tour. On their way out west and back they played with Circa Survive, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Story of the Year, Dashboard Confessional… They’re heading out East in May with Anberlin and SOTY. April 17th Terrible Things released a 7″ single of the “The Hills of Birmingham” demo and the “Up At Night” acoustic demo for Record Store Day. We found this super cool 2 part video interview with Josh and Fred Mascherino

Also while scouring youtube, Kill Your Rapper came across some live footage of Terrible Things’ San Francisco show captured by Josh’s uncle, John The Baker!  And Alternative Press’ video of “Up at Night” from their “100 Bands You Need to Know in 2010” SXSW showcase.

As of yesterday, we finally have a chance to hear a studio track from Josh’s new band!!! It’s called, “Revolution.”

In Weerd Science news- Rick Whispers posted a dope song featuring Josh titled, “Everywhere That We Go.”

Lurking around Dirty Ern and CJB’s twitters, Kill Your Rapper has learned the two Super Posse of Awesomeness members are working on a project together- Flannel Channel.  They’ve been posting about it on @FlannelChannel and streamed live from Applehead Studio on Wednesday while Weerd Science was in the vocal booth!  The duo have been sharing video clips and photos on flannelchannelmusic.tumblr.com.  Last month they posted a video of Josh on drums.  Flannel Channel sounds like a truly awesome project!  They’ve tweeted/facebooked/tumblr’d about Ant Masington (Session 606), Gartdrumm, Joey Eppard, Emily Long, Mazeman, Rick Whispers, Pugs, Alanna Quinn (Medicated Kisses), Jared Colby, Ryan Moran (The Midnight Renewal), Phil Puma, and the female rapper Sarai also being in the studio over the past few months!  It was really cool watching Josh write/record on the stream.  Can’t wait to hear the finished song!

~ by Neesh on April 27, 2010.

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