I'm sure a lot of you have heard of the local record label Burning Building Recordings. They've been responsible for releasing many great local (and not-so-local) records in the past few years, including The Oregon Donor's "A Pageant's End," and the now legendary "We Sing the Body Electric!" by The Lonely Forest (the album that caught the attention of thousands of people across the nation, including, but not limited to the one and only Chris Walla).
Needless to say, we've been big fans of BBR for a while now - we love the bands they sign and we love the records they put out. So we are brimming with pride at this announcement:
Burning Buildings Recordings is releasing a compilation album called "We Love This Comp" that features one of our songs!
Recently we recorded our song "Fossils" with Wesley Williams of The Cat from Hue. We spent an entire day in my living room and we couldn't be more happy with the product. Wesley is a sonic mastermind. We are very happy to have this song represent us on such an awesome compilation.
Curious about where to get a copy? Easy -- you can get one for free if you come to either of the following two shows, celebrating the release of the compilation:
The Sunset | Thursday, March 31st | 21+
Featuring: You.May.Die.in.the.Desert, Post Harbor, Exohxo, Daniel G. Harmann and the Trouble Starts, Eighteen Individual Eyes, and Yarn Owl
The Q Cafe | Friday, April 1st | ALL AGES
Featuring: The Courage, Us on Roofs, The Oregon Donor, Candysound, and Kids and Animals
Yeah, that's right, The Oregon Donor. Did I mention they recorded a new song for the compilation?
Visit this link for full details:
Mikey and Us on Roofs