RE: [fearnwhiskey] Clip: Juddy on what is known as Boxstep these days
- I've always hoped desperately for Boxstep/Eric to get absolutely
MASSIVE, not just for his sake (cuz he's a good guy), but so that my
Fiveball seven-inch becomes extraordinarily valuable.
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Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: [fearnwhiskey] Clip: Juddy on what is known as Boxstep
Heh. Perfect description of his attack. I'm glad to hear the new EP is
nothing like Fiveball; I really liked Boxstep's first CDR (in large part
because it sounds more immediate than the subsequent discs) and your
On 7/27/06, Justin Hopper <juddy@telerama. <mailto:juddy%40telerama.com>
>After repeat listenings, and going back a li'l bit in the Boxstep
> Fiveball was, indeed, dreadful - despite the then-larval
> soon-to-be-brilliant drumming of Matt "Human Brains" Mihalcin, years
> before being voted "Drummer you'd least like to lend your kit to" in
> catalog, this new disc is definitely the best one - despite itsbrevity.
> (Because of?)of
> The songs are great, it's immediate, fully-realized, but without any
> the good-god pretension they've had at times...[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Boxstep's dead, long live ... you know what I mean.
> (Lurking in the shadows... and tired, oh so tired...)
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