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MONSTERS OF SURF!!!

MONSTERS OF SURF

DINGDONG RECORDS PRESENTS MONSTERS OF SURF-A COLOSSAL COMPILATION OF 22 CREATURE FEATURES CLASHING IN CLIMACTIC CONFLICT FROM ALL OVER EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA INCLUDING 10 PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED SONIC HITS OF THE FUTURE!!! DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AND CD PREORDERING AVAILABLE JANUARY 21ST!!! CD RELEASES FEB. 11TH!!!

WHO ARE THE MONSTERS OF SURF???

  1. Arno De Cea And The Clockwork Wizards - Thalaris
  2. This Machine Kills Robots - Old Man Summer
  3. Pirato Ketchup - Kelly Johnson
  4. The Biarritz Boys - Agent Graves
  5. Terrorist Bengala Party - Pacific Trash Vortex
  6. Necronomikids - A Mountain Climbed Or Stumbled
  7. Threesome - Tellurion
  8. Insect Surfers - Sea Scorpion
  9. The Mystery Men? - The Uncanny Valley
  10. Diablo Pussycats - Squareheads On The Move
  11. The Dead Rocks - Almondega
  12. The Mullet Monster Mafia - Sands Of Little England
  13. El Fossil - Jamtasm
  14. Stronzo Gelantino And The Boo-Men - Level 256
  15. Beware The Dangers Of A Ghost Scorpion! - Satan's Invisible World… Revealed!
  16. Surflamingo - Door To Hyperspace
  17. Dave And The Pussies - Mower
  18. Kill, Baby… Kill! - Duck And Cover
  19. The Mutations - Once Upon A Time At The Beach
  20. Daikaiju - Spiral Serpent Strike
  21. Spaceguards - La Donna D'Oro
  22. Beauty And The Liquidmen - Electric Battle Masterpiece

Clarkston Surf Fest 2011!

Clarkston Surf Fest 2011

Clarkston Surf Fest 2011 is upon us!

This year, the fest will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2011, and will showcase many of the best, and most diverse surf music bands in the southeast region! This day will certainly give you just about every surf music experience that is out there!

The 2011 lineup:

Daikaiju (AL)
www.daikaiju.net

Aqualads (NC)
www.myspace.com/aqualads

The Intoxicators! (FL)
www.theintoxicators.com

The Mystery Men? (GA)
www.themysterymenofsurf.com

The Surge! (GA)
www.myspace.com/thesurgeinstro

The Necronomikids (AL)
www.myspace.com/necronomikids

Kill, Baby... Kill! (AL)
www.reverbnation.com/killbabykillal

The Monterreys (NC)
www.reverbnation.com/themonterreys

Stratogeezer (GA)
www.stratogeezer.com

El Fossil (GA)
www.myspace.com/elfossil

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Instro Summit returns to Chapel Hill, NC 4/29 - 5/1

In North Carolina, ‘round about the last weekend in April, some 18 to 20 bands from all over the country gather at the Cave, a tiny basement venue in downtown Chapel Hill, and play music for the crowd of eager patrons and each other. Musical styles range from rock, surf, soul, country, western, lounge, spacey, rockabilly, and few harder to define. What do these bands have in common? None of them sing!

Instro Summit 2011 is our third annual event, held from 7pm Friday, April 29th to 1am Sunday, May first. Currently the largest festival of its’ type in the Southeast, it features bands from as nearby as Durham to as far away as Ulm, Germany, all eager to share their lyric-free music with fans–and bands–that appreciate the genre.

Highlights this year include our three annual audience participation events. First is our “Can You Play as Wack’d as Link Wray?” contest, in which guitar players come on stage and try to out do and out-weird each other, playing their version of the buh-zarre solo from Link Wray’s song, “I’m Branded”. Second is “The Big Bass-Off!” Which works the same way, but with bass players trying to out-thunder each other with their interpretation of John Entwhistle’s solo from the Who’s “My Generation”. The winner of the former contest gets a suitcase full of Instro Summit swag donated by the band, the latter gets a prize package donated by BestBassGear.com. The third event, the "Rumble Jam", is when we encourage any and all guitarists who have a guitar, amp and know how to play "Rumble" to join us on stage and play said song in one massive, fuse-blowing multi-guitar wall of rockin' goodness. Last year we got 12 guitars players--11 male, one female--to join in the fun. This year, we're hoping for more--MANY more!

Of note to folks who are fans of Eastwood’s products is our first annual Instro Summit Raffle, in which our grand prize is a Brand-new Eastwood Saturn 63 guitar, donated by–you guessed it–Eastwood guitars. The Saturn is already a great-looking, great sounding guitar (as recently evidenced by several local musicians whose hands we literally had to pry away said guitar from after we got it set up at our local music store, the Music Loft of Carrboro), but this particular Saturn will be extra-special, as we’re having the Instro Summit logo custom-etched onto the underside of the Saturn’s clear pickguard, making it a unique one-of-one model. Other prizes include one of two Flip Mino HD video cameras, an Eastwood Classic 4 bass (part of a special raffle for folks who buy a ticket on Sunday, may 1st) and a 70 dollar gift certificate from the Music Loft of Carrboro, NC. All raffle proceeds go to the many hardworking, frequently underpaid bands and volunteers that make the Summit possible.

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