Welcome to the web site for Silkworm (1987-2005).
R. I. P.
MICHAEL JERMAN DAHLQUIST
22 DEC 1965 - 14 JULY 2005
We're playing shows pretty soon, you know. You should click on that "upcoming shows" thing over there and see what the hell is going on.
I never, ever write here anymore. Here it's been almost a month and a half, and nothing! But what's happened since so long long ago? There were holidays, you know. Holidays can be stressful and fun. And there were more of these weekend tours, one to the West Coast, one right around these frozen parts where we live (I've written about this a little bit in the journals, I'll get to the West Coast as soon as I've completely forgotten everything that happened).
Apparently Magnet magazine wrote a blurb about the Musical Correctness Calculator. Maybe now we will see true growth in the remarkable intellectual prowess of those who peruse the message board. Please prove me right.
Anything else? Anything? I do not think so. Thank you.
No news, no news. Just remember to go to the shows that are coming up, remember to celebrate Christmas, even if you are not a practicing Christian, heck! Even if you're a devout Muslim, hell with it! Get into the spirit! and remember to be more entertaining next time, maybe then you'll have a chance.
I know I should have better things to do with my time - and I do, really I do. Nevertheless, I've been meaning to revamp the shoppin' page for a while, and finally I've done it. Not everything we have is listed there, but it will be soon enough.
Someday I'll write about that Beat Kitchen show, mark my words!
Big things: Tim's just released a solo EP on Three Lobed Records, something he recorded at home & mixed at Electrical and - and I haven't heard it yet, it's just come out. Three Lobed puts out these subscription-only EPs every month or two or three, Tim's now put one out, it's called "It Goes Like This" - and the only place you can buy it is here.
Just to keep you guessin - we've also recently finished recording some songs, also in Tim's basement, also mixed at Electrical. We'll see if they ever come out, I expect they will. Nothing new - cover songs, they're cover songs! played on guitar and mandolin! - but they sound alright. I'll keep you posted.
Also: it looks like we're heading back to the West Coast in early January, this time with Consonant and Chris Brokaw, playing the same three cities we played last time, but this time at prices even the most wildly destitute CD-player-owners can afford. Fucking hoot! It's not set in stone yet, so don't panic if it falls through; I'll keep you posted on this front, too.
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