Friday, November 17, 2017

Speak Into My Good Eye Just Released Their 58-Song, 24-Hour Songwriting Challenge Comp. Come Party with Them Tomorrow at AP Brewery for Freaksgiving.

The 4th Annual...

I'm just gonna be straight with you here. There are 58 songs on Speak Into My Good Eye's 4th Annual 24-Hour Songwriting Challenge compilation. It only came out a short time ago; and, well, I haven't had a chance to listen to all of it. That doesn't matter, though, because I will.

We've heard the contributions from Lowlight, No Wine For Kittens (ft. Jon Stewart), Brian Erickson, and Yawn Mower in the form of track premieres. I've bopped around the comp and listened to fantastic songs from Jackson Pines ("Bay Ridge," the birthplace of my parents, my brother, and me), Francie Moon, NO ICE, The Brixton Riot, Ben Pagano, and Firemaid. I can't wait to start digging through the rest of it.

You can start your own exploration by heading over to Speak Into My Good Eye's Bandcamp page. That's where you can purchase either the whole thing or individual tracks knowing that your contributions will go to support the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255).

Tomorrow, November 18th, Speak Into My Good Eye will be celebrating the release of this year's compilation when they join us for our Freaksgiving Fuzz Fest, presented by the Garden State Beard and Mustache Society, Little Dickman Records, and CoolDad Music, at Asbury Park Brewery.

24-Hour Songwriting Challenge participants, Yawn Mower and Dentist (whose members participated as No Wine For Kittens), will be joining The RockNRoll HiFives for a Friendsgiving celebration that will be remembered for generations to come. There will be beards. There will be beers. Oh... ...just come. It's only 5 bucks, and it all benefits the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

If you can't make it to the show, please think about purchasing some portion of this year's SIMGE comp. And... just some financial advice... I've done the math; and, at $1 a track for 58 tracks individually, the $10 full comp purchase option is a STEAL!

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