Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Men of Science

There has been a lot going on around here (both in the physical world and in the internet world) that has nothing to do with preparing for a baby. Er, I guess in a way, it's the preparation of the birth of a different sort of baby. The first full-length album of Science Heroes was released today. 2.27.10 Transmission Zero Hour.

album design by PUNCH

If you're a friend of mine of FB or twitter, then you've no doubt already heard the lead up announcments to the release and tonight's big show. But in case you've missed's what's what.

The Register-Guard article appeared in this Friday's paper (shown below), the same article from the paper was posted online here, and with a full-length piece online here

On a side note, no one is credited for taking the photo, but in case you're was me, I was pregnant and stood on a ladder to get it. I'm proud.

If you're not already a follower of M.Christine Weber, check out her blog about the new album first and then peruse her previous posts for some much needed bookworm literary discussion and comic relief.

I highly recommend becoming a follower of Science Heroes on twitter, if you're in to that sort of thing, to stay up to date with all the interesting things they have planned for release throughout the upcoming months.

Otherwise, become a follower of their blog and find out everything you've ever wanted to know on their website:

Name your price and immediately download the album:

The show, with headliners The Slants, and opening band Archeology starts at 8:00P tonight, Saturday February 27th 2010 at The Muse Lounge in Eugene 21 W. Sixth Ave. No Cover. 21 and over.


Kari said...

1) they totally should have credited you for the photo.
2) it's an awesome photo.

that's all. :)

Melanie said...

Major congrats to Andy and Josiah!

mary said...

I'm so impressed you stood on a ladder. You're fabulous just for that. ;-)

So happy the show went well. And for as awesome as those boys are, I know you've put tons of hours and heart and help in behind the scenes.'re also fabulous for that :-).