Friday, July 31, 2009

Here's a cut that got cut off this release:

"Just A Little Talk With Jesus"

Hialeah High

This track was captured last summer at the opening of MOCA's Sympathy for the Devil Exhibition. We performed in a faux -studio designed by artists Rirkrit Tiravanija, which was essentially a giant plexi-glass cube. All that can be heard by spectators was some yelping, but as soon as you put on any headphones that were sourrounding the cube, you could hear the whole ensemble pounding away. Enjoy it!

Download "Hialeah High"

Friday, July 17, 2009

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Record's almost done

I promise.
It's so close.
In the meanwhile, please visit the following links to hear a taste and taste a listen.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Post-Artwalk Performances

So we're playing twice tonight! First, at a new restaurant opening on 44th St. & N. Miami Ave. Then, at PS-14 a little bit later.
Not entirely sure on the times, but I would suggest meandering about the mid 40's & N Miami Ave during Artwalk to get a better idea. PS-14 will most likely be around midnight. SEE YOU THERE

Friday, July 10, 2009

MP3 of the Day: Broward Palm Beach New Times

By Dominic Sirianni
I just got a message from Kris Pabon of the Southernaires who sent me this link to their newest EP Doom Years. It's really really really amazingly here to read more

Archives: Self-Titled EP

As the mid-millennium summer was closing on Miami and the leaves didn't change, five dandy musicians reunited and recited a new approach to their song-craft: lending to the song as much as possible.
Recorded live in Jose's bedroom with a couple of microphones, this 2004 song cycle revolves around a sound that best suits the name with dark and vaguely straight forward emotions.

I Love you Both
Welcome to My Funeral
Secret Pain
A Death in the Family


Down-Home Southernaires

Jarrett Adam Hann . Jorge Luis Rubiera . Humberto Jose Castello . Kristopher Allen Pabon