Thursday, October 20, 2005

As some of you know, I dabble in artist development/management. I recently discovered a dubiously sizzling new act out of Black Lick, PA called "Replicate your Vehicle." I caught a club show quite by accident and haven't been the same since. After their set, I approached the band. They were extremely eager to add my expertise to the team. While I can't officially let the cat out of the bag, the following is a sample cut from the soon-to-be-released, soon-to-be-titled, and soon-to-be-awesome record. Check your computer speakers, cause if they only go to ten, odds are they won't be able to handle the high voltage, premium octane jams. Minimum = eleven.

Replicate your Vehicle | Freaking Crazy

PS: The above blog is mostly false. The soon-to-be-awesome part, however, is all true.


Anonymous elizabeth said...

why don't you just make 9 be the normal, and go up to ten when you need that extra something?

...but these go to eleven.

that music is freaking crazy.

5:40 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Black Lick, PA

Population (year 2000): 1,438
Males: 691 (48.1%), Females: 747 (51.9%)

Elevation: 998 feet

County: Indiana

Land area: 2.6 square miles

Zip code: 15716

Median resident age: 39.6 years
Median household income: $24,459 (year 2000)
Median house value: $55,400 (year 2000)

6:20 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best theory about the meaning of “black lick” has been put forth by the late town historian of Nantyglo, Wales, Trevor Rowson, who believes the name refers to outcroppings of coal on the banks of the creek, which in turn “licks” them when the creek washes the coal seams. In that case, the names of Nanty Glo and Blacklick refer to the same phenomenon, one in the English and the other in the Welsh language. There are also a Black Lick Township and a town of Black Lick in adjacent Indiana County.

6:24 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


How did you find a band from Pennsylvania? Ever spend any time there? Western PA, maybe?

9:40 PM


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