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brand new live cassette out

my friend matt sircely [a great mandolinist and songwriter] and i jumped in his old car [a honda with about 300,000 miles on it held together with wire and shit] and we did a road trip all the way down to LA and back playing a bunch of shows and sleeping on couches. our friend gary adler recorded one of the shows from the audience on a portable device. we also played on KPIG radio and john interviewed us and let us play on there. we assembled a 60 minute cassette for you to hear. Read more about brand new live cassette out

The Return of ... the Cassette

Danny Barnes doesn't just wear his love of cassettes on his sleeve.

Vinyl came back – can tapes be next?

Danny Barnes, revered punk rock banjo player for Nineties locals the Bad Livers, loves cassettes. From his now longtime home in Seattle, he gets downright evangelical about his Minner Bucket Records putting out "handmade experimental music" on cassette. Like many who grew up in the Seventies, he was surrounded by tapes.

"My point of reference is a mixtape. I grew up getting 'em, making 'em, trading 'em." Read more about The Return of ... the Cassette

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