In honor of the release of Send Out Scuds final EP High Score, I would like to re-release the band’s first demo in all its grungy dirty glory.
This demo was recorded in early 2005 at North Kissimmee Baptist Church in Kissimmee, Florida. I had just bought a ProTools Digi 002 Rack using some leftover insurance money we got from the 2004 hurricanes… And I had absolutely no clue how to use it. Read the rest of this entry »
And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for! A new demo track entitled “10,000 Ladders” has just been released by Send Out Scuds. Keep in mind that this is by no means a final version of the song, but at least its a little more than just a bunch of garbled sound clips and radio static!
Just press the Play button below and enjoy!
Before you go trying to look up the book of Children verse 18:3 in the Bible, let me assure you it doesn’t exist… Trust me, I’ve checked. However, if you enter the name Children 18:3 into your favorite search engine, you will be rewarded with the opportunity to acquaint yourself with one of the most promising up-and-coming bands in the Christian pop/punk scene to date, not to mention the pop/punk scene in general! Read the rest of this entry »
Brennen Lesser is a suave yet sensitive White Anglo-Saxon Protestant who loves watching The OC into the wee hours of the night and long drum sessions on the kit. Of course it’s the latter that interests us most here at Kopavi (if you’re looking for a long-winded dissertation on the sociocultural motivation of The OC and its characters, you’ve come to the wrong place). However, to love drumming and to actually be good at it are two altogether separate matters. Let me tell you though… This kid is good! But don’t take my word for it. His resume speaks for itself: Read the rest of this entry »
After having read 4 months’ worth of glowing reviews for the new first person shooter Bioshock, I was finally the proud recipient of what was considered by many gamers and critics alike, to be the 2007 Game of the Year. However, after only 5 minutes of play, my excitement was soon extinguished… Read the rest of this entry »
Considering the stories I’ve heard from my fiancé who used to work for the now-defunct Orock 105.9 in Orlando, the process for choosing what kind of music makes it onto the local radio is a pretty archaic routine usually resulting in the Program Director arbitrarily picking songs whose names he’s heard of but never actually listened to and putting them on a playlist that looks nearly exactly the same every day. Obviously, this routine is not necessarily conducive to an enjoyable listening experience and results in hours of listening to the same mess in the same order every day hoping in vain to hear something fresh.