Welcome to the web site for Silkworm (1987-2005).
R. I. P.
MICHAEL JERMAN DAHLQUIST
22 DEC 1965 - 14 JULY 2005
You'd all better know that Goatsnake is playing in Portland this Friday, Seattle this Saturday and Sunday. Greg Anderson is in Goatsnake, and he used to be in Engine Kid, if you know what I'm getting at. Do you know what I'm getting at? Well I am getting at it, believe me.
They're playing at Tina's Movieola or something like that in Portland, and in Seattle they're playing the Rendezvous of all places on Saturday night and at the Breakroom for an all ages show on Sunday afternoon or early evening or something. Someone help me get my facts straight!
Anyhow, no news for us yet so I thought I'd let you know. We're still playing at the Crocodile on March 25th with Joel and Cobra Verde, so don't think we've shipped out just yet.
You will like the new album, which I promise you will be out before the Christmas rush.
We've finally decided to give you some serious entertainment,
some serious bleeding-edge entertainment, by giving you some damned
MP3s to listen to. Imagine!
I don't know if we'll ever put any studio recordings up in this
format, because, really, I mean, come on, MP3s sound like shit.
But these two recordings sounded so shitty to begin with, there's
hardly a difference!
Thanks to Dave Liljengren of Pandemonium for hosting these things (I'm sure this site would crash in a
heartbeat if I tried to host them). They are:
- I Found That Essence Rare by Gang of Four, as done by Seam w/Tim Midgett singing, 1-15-2000
at the Crocodile in Seattle
- Green River by Creedence Clearwater Revival, as done by the Crust Brothers,
12-30-98 at the Break Room in Seattle
That's it! Eat this shit up!
Oh fuck! Change your travel plans! I am full of shit!
Our show at the Crocodile is on Saturday the 25th of March, not the 23rd like I mentioned earlier. I am a ding-dong!
That's all, though. Nothing else to say.
I know it's hard to believe but I've already got something to
say! That's because I got an email from Andy saying this:
"The John Lee Experience (actually, he's decided to call it "Mirroramerica" despite my repeated suggestions that we call it "Yellow Stallion")
with me [Andy Cohen] on guitar will have its first show at the
Asian American Film Festival Rock Show 2000 event. Its March 31 at the Beat Kitchen."
That's the John Lee, I'll have you know. The Beat Kitchen is at 2100 W.
Belmont in Chicago. If you get lost, don't panic! Instead, call
the club at 773-281-4444.
Oh, this too: you've got to read Sean Nelson's SKWM review in The Stranger. It will make you feel like you've come to the right place.
Now don't get any big ideas, this is just for fun and we probably
already know what the record's called and maybe this doesn't matter
at all, but some wacko has posted a list of possible titles for the next record which you can vote
for. Some of them are pretty funny. Ha! Ha! Funny! So you may visit
that place if you like.
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