Some lovely news from Molly Picture Club:
The Kansas City band recently started working with Tinderbox Music, a music promotions and distribution company out of Minneapolis, to get the Club's music on college and community-radio stations. At the first of last month, the band officially had rotations on almost 100 stations nationwide.
"We got news last week that they hooked us up with licensing agreements for 17 TV shows to use our music. We will be placed on MTV, VH1, E, the Discovery Channel, A&E, and some other ones I can’t remember right now. We’re pretty excited that we're doing this without help from a label or management company," says Michael Tipton (vocals, guitar, bass).
Catch the new wave-y trio at RecordBar Halloween night. The band will cover early B-52s music. Support from Everyday/Everynight and Parts of Speech. Doors open at 9 p.m. It's 21-plus and costs $7.