Thursday, February 19, 2009


The morning after doing a Gramercy Arms show at TT the Bears in Cambridge, I discovered an old trove of Dambuilders "Pop Song Equals Food" 7 inches in the basement of my friend Hilken's house in Boston. It was the sole release on Puppethead records, a label we started in our flesh-colored house off Medford, MA's glorious Fellsway and finding it reminded me of a lifetime ago when I had a bowlcut, drank lots of Kappy's beer (I think we figured that it cost something like 25 cents a bottle), loved Lubricated Goat and wrote a fanzine. I think we only pressed up 1000 copies so they are somewhat rare.

1 comment:

  1. I remember that old Medford house, drinking ridiculous amounts of that stanky Kappy's with you, and playing Green Onions on the jukebox at that tiny hole-in-the-wall bar by Berkeley School of Music. My sister just posted the video for Shine on her Facebook so I got to thinking about yous guys and did some googling. Jiffy