Signal Chain :: Evolution of a Song

Hey all, and a happy new year.  

I have to tell you that I fear that Facebook and iPhones and the holidays and offspring are sucking the life from Addison Road.  We need a mobile app, Mike!!!!  

In the spirit of the new year, and new starts, I wanted to let you all know that I’m starting a new series of posts over at The Dailies’ Website, journaling the evolution of each of the songs from our new record.  I had a lot of fun putting this together this morning, and I wanted to share it with you.  

Hope 2009 is treating you all well, thus far, and we look forward to opening up our musical heads for you all now that the Christmas Miracles are all done.  

Here!  Click me!  Click right here!  Yeah!  This one!  With the little blue line under it!  CLICK IT!!

25 thoughts on “Signal Chain :: Evolution of a Song

  1. michael lee

    I’ve tried a few different iphone themes, but none of them let you put recent comments on the front page. This place isn’t nearly as interesting without the comments.

  2. Bobby

    All right, all right, stop begging already. Send me your favorite iphone theme and I’ll toss the recent comments into The Loop for you.

  3. michael lee

    In some future redesign of this site, I kinda want Corey to do a whole set of icons that look like that for all of the categories (art & culture, politics, philosophy, technology, music, etc.).

  4. Zack

    Corey is busy. Get off his back, people. We have real work to do, for real clients. None of this half-assed bloggy shit.

  5. june

    I think Corey should start another blog and I can’t decide if he should call it “All Rage and Simple Lines” or “Half-Assed Bloggy Shit.” Both titles do transport me so.

  6. Zack

    I for one, prefer “Saucy Obscene June”. Less chat about kids and shit, and more profanity.

    Alright Mike, I’ll go ahead and just say it: This blog needs more f-bombs.

  7. june

    “I for one, prefer ‘Saucy Obscene June’. Less chat about kids and shit, and more profanity.” …I might have to put this on one of my studio walls too.

Comments are closed.