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Old 04-23-2013, 11:14 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Love them. Especially the track they did with Kurtis Anusol.
I'm currently in talks with Anusol to produce an album for my own future band, Talentless Dick and the Other Dicks. We've already got a live show lined up in Djibouti, thanks to a DJ who works at an underground radio station over there. I'm trying to get an international tour organized, and we'll hopefully be opening for this awesome band, Scleaves, who only a few people in the world have heard of.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:42 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I'm currently in talks with Anusol to produce an album for my own future band, Talentless Dick and the Other Dicks. We've already got a live show lined up in Djibouti, thanks to a DJ who works at an underground radio station over there. I'm trying to get an international tour organized, and we'll hopefully be opening for this awesome band, Scleaves, who only a few people in the world have heard of.
Oh man, I've been a fan of Scleaves since the beginning. Nice to meet a fellow fan!

It's funny that you should mention your band name as I'm a huge fan of the similarly named 80s ebloc-core pioneers The Other Dicks from Bucharest. If you've never heard it before, their Nixon Uranus EP is well worth a listen.
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Oh man, I've been a fan of Scleaves since the beginning. Nice to meet a fellow fan!

It's funny that you should mention your band name as I'm a huge fan of the similarly named 80s ebloc-core pioneers The Other Dicks from Bucharest. If you've never heard it before, their Nixon Uranus EP is well worth a listen.
Dude! I love that EP. And I owe those dicks so much.
They basically helped me pioneer the whole Indie Deathchip scene.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slaid_Cleaves

I've never heard of him, so I guess he must be good!

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I've never heard of him, so I guess he must be good!

Nice. You flipped my retarded joke and exposed some unknown music that I kinda like:

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Haji's kitchen, I first heard them on a DBZ soundtrack.


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In what genre would you categorize them?
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The Pinz. They went to my high school and played at our Battle of the Bands this year (which the guitar club, including myself, was organizing).
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