A free download from They Might Be Giants, performing Flood live in its entirety on tour in Australia. DOWNLOAD IT HERE.
Flood was They Might Be Giants third album, and was a remarkable moment in our career and development both creatively and professionally. Facing the specter of a label major deal and the critical magnifying glass turning to the “college rock scene” TMBG managed to fashion a sprawling original album both sonically engaging yet still closely following our original musical mission.
the AU interview: Ken Stringfellow (USA) | the AU review
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Ken Stringfellow Talks Big Star Third – Rhythms Music Magazine
Ken Stringfellow Interview By Martin Jones Ken Stringfellow’s extensive and diverse musical career has included The Posies, REM, The Minus 5, Lagwagon, The Disciplines and the final incarnation of Alex Chilton’s Big Star. Then, of course, there’s a five-album solo career. Stringfellow is about to return to Australia to perform songs from his latest albums, &
Ken Stringfellow has announced a 2014 tour of Australia co-headling with fellow Big Star Third collaborator and The db’s main man Chris Stamey. Ken is touring in support of his new solo album Danzig In The Moonlight but will also be releasing a new compilation album “I Never Said I’d Make It Easy” containing highlights and rarities from his solo career.
- January 24 – The Astor Lounge, Perth
- January 26 – The Grace Emily, Adelaide
- January 28 – Northcote Social Club, Northcote
- January 29 – Caravan Music Club, Oakleigh
- January 30 – Blackbear Lodge, Brisbane
- January 31 – Clarendon Guesthouse, Katoomba