One last bit of spam.
This book, that I wrote, is now available on oldnewsrecords.bigcartel.com
I’m really excited about it and would love for some friends and strangers to read it. Spread the word if you’d like.
I’ve got a booth at Salt Lake Comic Con (#917) for the whole three days. I’ll have more info here soon, but until then, visit http://www.trevorhale.com and I’ll keep you fully updated on everything that’s going on.
And if you saw me at Craft Lake City a couple of weeks ago, I really appreciate you stopping by.
It’s Craft Lake City this weekend. If you’re in SLC, come by the Gallivan Center Friday from 5-10 and Saturday noon-10. Stop by and pick up an awesome novel my friend Mike wrote, a zine, a shirt and some pins.
Old News Records - B1
And bring me (vegan) treats, water and iced coffee. Food too, I guess. The above three are far more important.
A couple of times at the end of years past, I’d round up a few people and film them telling me what their Top 5 Anythings from the previous year were. It was fun to do, but I didn’t think anyone else actually cared, so I stopped doing it.
Around June last year, I had a few people ask where the Top 5 of 2011 were and got a little disappointed when I told them I hadn’t done it. I got yelled at a few times, so I’m bringing it back.
If you want in, let me know. I want to get a good mix of people, since the previous years have been all dudes.
…According to the article, “it would include a 300-foot-tall Ferris wheel, voice-operated mag-lev cars, a ‘planetary control room’ staffed by robots, and a heated dome almost twice as tall as the Empire State Building.”
Sounds amazing, right? Unfortunately, the reason that the CIA was able to use the script and concept drawings for ARGO to bolster their fake production for the rescue of American hostages was because the men behind the original film/theme park were complete crooks.
Here’s where I’ll keep you updated on all the things ONR.
I’m in the process of repositioning the label into something bigger and better than what it used to be. I’ve given up on putting out CD’s because everything is going digital and it became harder and harder to convince people to buy a CD of a band they’ve most likely never heard or even heard of.
I still have all the albums I released and if you want one, feel free to peruse the store and get one, but that’s it. When they’re gone, they’re gone forever.
I’m moving ONR in a new direction and I think it’s going to be a lot of fun. I’ll keep you up to date as things get closer to being finished and I feel comfortable sharing what I’m doing.
But until then, you can find me all over the place. I’ll be dropping hints, info, images and all sorts of stuff throughout the summer.
Thanks for reading (and listening) and we’ll talk soon.