The latest on the Urban Myth Collective and its peeps.
Peace, a short film starring That ’70s Show‘s Kurtwood Smith, will screen at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater on 10/9/05 as a part of the F.A.I.F. Film Festival. Featured prominently in the short is Urban Myth artist Corey Landis in the form of his song, “I’ll Never Buy You Flowers” (from 2003’s Feast of Scraps) which plays over the film’s climactic scene and closing credits.
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- Sony Connect
We are chuffed to announce that the Bicycles have signed to Toronto’s Fuzzy Logic records. Their album, half-recorded and produced in Chapel Hill, NC by Dan Bryk (with Robert Sledge at the board) and half-recorded by themselves at home is currently being mixed by Jose Contreras (By Divine Right, Meligrove Band) for release in 2006. B-B-B-B-B-Bicycles!
Dan Bryk’s widely-acclaimed second long-player “Lovers Leap” will finally return to record stores this fall. Currently available in its Scratchie Records Y2K form from download services like iTunes Music Store and AOL Music, the deluxe Urban Myth reissue will feature both unreleased bonus tracks and new artwork.
Chris Staig is putting the finishing touches on a new album for Urban Myth to be titled Davenport. All we know so far is that it was produced by Josh Hicks at the Purple Tea Room in Kitchener-Waterloo, and that the album was recorded as a wedding present from Josh to Chris and his new wife Emma. Since Emma didn’t have any material to record (being neither a musician or a songwriter) apparently it became Chris’ third solo platter. Congratulations Chris and Emma!