\Soooo…stumbled on an old half-forgotten archive of vinyl rips made by yours truly, dating back to 2006-2007, and decided it was time to dump some of the highlights on you. There’s some gems to be sure, including some thriftstore 78 rpm finds. Oh yeah. You heard that right.
Idiot Glee first exploded onto the scene in late 2009, when IGIF stumbled upon some delectable demos from James Friley. Playing in various bands before his own demos, the next two years resulted in Friley mastering his lo-fi, keyboard heavy, and deliciously doo-wop solo routine.
We’re so very excited to announce the next member of the Small Plates family, Idiot Glee! This limited edition 7” features the brand new single “Don’t Go Out Tonight” (debuted via Prefix Mag) and a two radical b-sides. The first is a live version of “Don’t Drink The Water” featuring (the now defunct) Women and a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “That’s All For Everyone” (listen to the original here).
“Don’t Go Out Tonight” 7” is out May 17th on deliciously creamy white vinyl.