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Bomb The Music Industry! / Laura Stevenson And The Cans - Bomb The Music Industry! / Laura Stevenson And The Cans flac album

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Performer: Bomb The Music Industry!
Title: Bomb The Music Industry! / Laura Stevenson And The Cans
Released: 2010
Style: Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: DTS RA APE MP3 WMA AC3 AIFF

Laura Anne Stevenson (born April 25, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter from Long Island, New York, and formerly a keyboard player for the musical collective Bomb the Music Industry! Stevenson was raised in Nassau County, New York. Her grandfather, Harry Simeone, was a successful pianist and composer whose works included "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Do You Hear What I Hear?". His wife, Margaret McCravy was a singer for the jazz bandleader Benny Goodman.

2nd pressing also included 205 rusty can and 234 tarnished bomb. 1st pressing included 300 Translucent Red, 300 Clear, 174 state blue marble, 93 cool blue, 27 camo marble, 22 aqua marine swirl, 21 golden beer, 18 pea soup, 12 mustard olive swirl, 11 baby blue and dirt, 10 yellow swirl, 27 other. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat.

Laura Stevenson releases "Value Inn". Jeff Rosenstock releases 'Scrambles' demos. Laura Stevenson to release new album. Laura Stevenson releases digital single. A conversation with Jeff Rosenstock and Chris Farren of Antarctigo Vespucci. Jeff Rosenstock tribute album released. Whitney Public Library pays tribute to Bomb the Music Industry! Jeff Rosenstock announces USA tour. Rosenstock, Stevenson, PEARS to play Community Records Fest. Jeff Rosenstock releases surprise album, 'Post-'.

Laura Stevenson & The Cans - 2009 01. Bomb the Music Industry! - THERE'S My Bailout!. 04. Laura Stevenson & the Cans - It Ceases to be ''Whining'' if You're Still ''Shitting Blood. Bomb The Music Industry! - Laura Stevenson And The Cans. Laura Stevenson & the Cans - 2009 - Holy Ghost!

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Split with Laura Stevenson and the Cans (2009). Take us home: Booking at bomb the music industry dot com. Other projects. Quote Unquote Records. Laura Stevenson and the Cans. The Matt Kurz One. The Rick Johnson Rock and Roll Machine. Jeff wrote the songs for Bomb, he’s writing the songs for this, there’s a full band including John from Bomb and a lot of the times it sounds like it’s on fire. That’s a good thing, right? Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 at 1:39PM. Ten years ago today, I released a record called Album Minus Band under the name Bomb the Music Industry! I was 22 years old, not-so-fresh outta college, a few months removed from my old band (who happened to be the closest friends I had in the world), working for minimum wage part-time as . aturday, February 14th, 2015 at 10:19AM.

Bomb the Music Industry! December 20, 2018 ·. Our first and best joke telling keyboard player LAURA STEVENSON has put out new music today. co/ocprcy and when you purchase this on Bandcamp all Money goes to Safe Horizon who are: "the nation’s leading victim assistance organization. Our mission is to provide support, prevent violence, and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities anyways. The Fad updated their profile picture.

Bomb the Music Industry! (commonly abbreviated as BtMI!) was a band from Baldwin, Nassau County, New York. They wrote, produced, recorded, and distributed all of their music under the leadership of songwriter and producer Jeff Rosenstock. Rosenstock and several other contributors were previously members of The Arrogant Sons of Bitches. As that band was breaking up, Rosenstock recorded the first BtMI! song, "Sweet Home Cananada," using his PowerBook's built-in microphone

Bomb the Music Industry! - Felt Just Like Vacation. In truth, December destroyed me. January crushed me. By February, I was not myself. March rolled in like beatings and rolled out like a bear hug. In April I stared out the window for a fucking month. I don’t want October. I don’t want November. I don’t want to feel those crippling blows that I can’t explain to myself, my friends or you so I soften them with hours of Nintendo.