Due to a busy schedule and a stagnant music industry, it’s been tough for me to sustain the amazingly high standard of quality that Your Band Sucks has always strived for (and accomplished, of course). I’ve decided to publish Your Band Sucks only once a month instead of biweekly. Yes, this means half as many Your Band Sucks articles, but they’ll hopefully be twice as good as they otherwise would have been.
I’ll still be writing for you guys every other Wednesday, though: I’ll simply be replacing one Your Band Sucks per month with an AMDB (as I’ve done today). For those of you who think the AMDB sucks, I apologize. You’re wrong, and you’re ugly, but I apologize. I’ll also continue to do front page news updates every other week, as usual. I skipped ‘em last month because I had to move.
Also, you can read much more music writing by your ol’ pal Dr. David Thorpe, FOUR TIMES AS OFTEN, if you check out Boston’s Weekly Dig newspaper. My column, the Burn Unit, is now conveniently online for your perusal! If you like Your Band Sucks, read this also, since it’s the same thing, just more often and in a smaller format.
In other Your Band Sucks new, be sure to pick up Da Capo Press’s 2006 Best Music Writing anthology. You’ll get a big surprise.
Thanks for reading my bullshit all these years!
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Cons: causes bad nightmares. I used to have to eat beef until I passed out to have these kind of terrors, but this machine does it for me every time I fall asleep inside it.
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