On behalf of everyone at Jade Tree, thanks to all who stopped by our table at Michigan Fest to visit and a special thanks to all who purchased CDs, shirts, stickers, etc. We appreciate your business!
We also wanted to commend Joel Wick and his many helpers for their hard work organizing this year’s Michigan Fest and allowing Jade Tree to be a part of the event.
Don’t forget that part of the profit from ticket sales was donated to three grass roots organizations. Please take the time to visit these sites and learn how these organizations work to better our environment and society.
onelinedrawing Visitor LP/CD (JT1076)
onelinedrawing is Jonah Matranga, singer/songwriter of NEW END ORIGINAL and former singer/songwriter of Far. Jonah’s explorations into private music making sounds as if you’re in his bedroom witnessing a personalized performance made from voice, guitar, bass, feedback, and found sounds. Simultaneously full of joy and marked by melancholy, onelinedrawing‘s music is ultimately uplifting.
GIRLS AGAINST BOYSYOU CAN’T FIGHT WHAT YOU CAN’T SEE LP/CD (JT1074) GVSB’s first studio album in three years marks the anticipated return of one of America’s greatest rock bands with eleven songs that aggressively take their trademark thick, propulsive, pop opulence to a new level and refuse to let up. Sexy, abrasive, and compelling, the album marks a return to the rawness and focus of past work, but with a new finesse.
Please consult the Girls Against Boys for current dates.
TRIAL BY FIRERINGING IN THE DAWN LP/CD (JT1070)
Washington D.C.’s Trial By Fire’s debut LP/CD (JT1070) Ringing in the Dawn was released today and is available for purchase and immediate shipping in the e-store! CHORUS OF ONE describes the album as having "all the best elements of punk and hardcore combined into no-frills brilliance," and we couldn’t agree more! With an April tour planned with Strike Anywhere and the release of this soon-to-be-classic debut, Trial By Fire is poised to become the most significant band to emerge from the historic punk D.C. scene in 2002.