Saturday, July 17, 2010

Toadies "Feeler" now shipping

Toadies Feeler is shipping now from the Kirtland store. Want an autographed copy? Pre-order from Newbury Comics!

Friday, July 16, 2010

SPIN premiers the first song off Toadies "Feeler"

SPIN says “If you liked 'Possum Kingdom' you'll love 'City of Hate,' a song off the Texas band's August release. Its classic Toadies: buzzsaw guitars, charging drums, and tight pop songwriting. So, dear Interscope, what exactly didn't you see in Feeler? Please, do tell." Get the free "City of Hate" download.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Dia De Los Toadies

Tickets on sale now! Reserved bleacher seats just sold out. A limited number of VIP tables will be available for the show on Aug. 28th. Each table will seat (6) people. For info, contact Allyson. Get more details and the full line up at

Monday, July 12, 2010

2010 Dallas Observer Music Awards

Voting ends Saturday for the Dallas Observer Music Awards. Show your support of local music and hit the ballots now. Here are some suggestions:

  • SARAH JAFFE: Best Solo Act, Best Album (Suburban Nature), Best Song (Clementine), Best Folk Act, Best Female Vocalist
  • SMILE SMILE: Best Indie Rock Act
  • KIRTLAND RECORDS: Best Record Label

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Bob Schneider on Austin City Limits

Local Austin favorite Bob Schneider will tape an episode of Austin City Limits on Tuesday, August 24th. This will be Schneider’s second time on Austin City Limits and his first appearance since 2001. Check the ACL site for ticket information.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Toadies "Feeler" sessions complete

Twelve years in the making and the long lost missing link between Rubberneck and Hell Below, Toadies Feeler is finally available. Toadies Clark Vogeler says “We can’t help but feel a bit of redemption releasing Feeler 12 years after Interscope decided it wasn’t good enough and shelved it. We always thought it was going to be a good Toadies album. Since there are unfinished versions floating around on the Internet, it is important to us that people hear it as we meant it to be. We are beside ourselves that people can finally hear this music and judge for themselves.”