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Jul 20, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: bart
I have to apologize for not updating the Big Neck Website.  Our new website is taking a bit longer than we anticipated to get up and running.  So, you will see items being added to this site until we are done with the new one.
Sep 30, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: bart

Big Neck Fest

October 10, 2015

Empty Bottle - Chicago

9 pm Sharp

Sonny Vincent (The World)

Fire Retarded (Madison, WI)

Heavy Times (Chicago)

Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (DC)

Fatal Figures (Buffalo)

Danger Signs (Pittsburgh)

May 28, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: bart
Very soon, so bear with us.
 

Xrays

Jan 14, 2013

Best Freeby of the Week and Best Demo - Jan 14th


Best Freeby of the week:

Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb tee shirt - at the show on Saturday Sal gave me one of their new tee shirts and it's sweet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best Demo of the week:

Drugs Dragons - Tony Sagger sent me a CDR for Drugs Dragons II&I/II.  I have to admit off that bat that I am not a big fan of Drugs Dragons, I was a huge fan of Sagger and Tony's solo work.  I think I am just kind of sick of the 60's psych garage rock.  Even though Drugs Dragons takes that sound to a whole other level, a weird and heavy as hell whole other level, still not my cup of tee.  What I do love about this is the time and efffort Tony puts into any of his releases, look at this CDR:

He created the packaging by hand and drew/painted the cemetary scene, and then cut out the moon and stars so the CD would shine through.  Unbeleivable!  The time it took to do this is astronomical and its cool as hell.

 

Category: General
Posted by: bart

Best Freeby of the week:

Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb tee shirt - at the show on Saturday Sal gave me one of their new tee shirts and it's sweet.

Best Demo of the week:

Drugs Dragons - Tony Sagger sent me a CDR for Drugs Dragons II&I/II.  I have to admit off that bat that I am not a big fan of Drugs Dragons, I was a huge fan of Sagger and Tony's solo work.  I think I am just kind of sick of the 60's psych garage rock.  Even though Drugs Dragons takes that sound to a whole other level, a weird and heavy as hell whole other level, still not my cup of tee.  What I do love about this is the time and efffort Tony puts into any of his releases, look at this CDR:

He created the packaging by hand and drew/painted the cemetary scene, and then cut out the moon and stars so the CD would shine through.  Unbeleivable!  The time it took to do this is astronomical and its cool as hell.

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