We got a nice review in Signal to Noise, the self-described "Quarterly Journal of Improvised, Experimental and Unusual Music."
They call The Glowing City "glorious orchestral pop at its finest yet with a raw edge and world-weary insistence rather than faux-naif glee." They describe Bright Blue Dream thusly: "...merges West Coast jangle and Klaus Schulze's speaker-phasing into something that would make any early 90's shoe-gazer implode.
I scanned the review, you can look at it here:
In other news, we will be playing the main stage tomorrow at the Pecan Street Festival at 5pm, with two of our guys missing. Should be interesting. It's a free show, maybe we'll see you there? Last time we did the fest, we played to an empty street corner and 4 garbage cans and actually really enjoyed it.
After us, this guy named Tommy Tutone is going to play the main stage. He sang that famous song "867-5309" aka "Jenny, I Got Your Number." I saw him perform the song this morning on Fox News, which just happened to be on as I arrived to work.
He described the song's origin on the show. Jenny was a girl who gave her number to his guitar player. He wrote it on a bathroom wall. The band had a laugh.
And here we are, 27 years later, and he's still playing the song.
Tommy Tutone was seated and wearing sunglasses and performing the song solo acoustic. His performance didn't get me terribly excited for their set, but maybe they have some other tunes.