In my column on Friday, I talked about the wealth of local music that has recently been released (or will be released soon). I focused on five, but I could have easily done 10.
There were several that I didn’t get to mention. That includes the “1998 Lisa Frank Diary,” from Fatty Cakes, which was released last weekend at a show that included Restaurnaut. His album “When the Hue Was More,” was released on tape by Almost Halloween Time Records in July.
Kelley, who now resides in New Zealand, will release his band’s latest “Working To Divide,” on Sept. 24. Sadly, the band won’t be making it to Fresno for support shows, but for fans of moody melodic rock, the album will be available online for free (the band will accept whatever you’d like to pay).
Aesop will release his “Black Aesop Project” EP Oct. 1, which also happens to be his birthday. As a gift, you get a free download.
And because my band mates will yell at me if I don’t, this is happening too.