Amazon is offering the lost demos of BFF in the Compact Disc format. You could get both Soft Tools, vol. 2 and Soft Tools, vols 3 vs 4 delivered to your secret p.o. box for less than 9 USD, shipped! These are one-off CDs, both printed (from our masters) and shipped via the folks at Amazon.
Hello again. BFF has announced a release date of November 29th, 2010 for “Soft Tools, vols 3 vs 4″ (Neverever Records – NVEV 008). At that time you should listen instantly on Neverever Camp. At the end of the year you will find it on iTunes, Amazon (mp3 and CD), Napster, The Pirate’s Bay, et cetera. Check out the album art by BFF Matt Hulme:
The origins of Tootsie In Paris, discovered and encoded from an old cassette found at a used record store in London, England. Imagine that! Check out the original Flying Buttress cassette, bootleg style:
Mossy. Really mossy.
Check this out, Click It from The Mossy Rock Album re-envisioned by DP110. We present to you the DP110 Double Click remix:
Way mossy, folks.
Officially released on Neverever, “Soft Tools, vol. 2″ by BFF is the classic b-sides / lost demos album compiled into a volume and then into an album again as part of a series entitled Soft Tools. We must say that it is really mossy stuff ranging from Aslant to Warren Oates. This shall certainly tide you over until their follow-up to The Mossy Rock Album arrives in autumn, 2010. Listen instantly to Soft Tools, vol. 2 via http://neverever.bandcamp.com/
soft tools, vol. 2 cover and other album art (c) matt hulme / bitography for BFF
Listen and download the remake of a lost and found BFF classic! “Chat Room Fever /msg Deadpan110 do us a remix mix” now available at our new favorite music site, DP110′s bandcamp page. We find his job extra mossy. Listen to the original on their forthcoming Soft Tools, vol. 2 release. Here’s the mossy remixxx:
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Another rare event for the band’s brand. Here are some amazing artifacts for your wrists and slappy cat necks. Please check out on these wonderful limited-edition BFF bracelets and animal necklaces from the psychic hands of EYEAM*Me Adornments — we’re totally tripping out on them! Magnifique.
THE MOSSY ROCK ALBUM by BFF
FACE PHOTO: LA ZIA EPI
SLEEVE ILLUSTRATION & ALBUM DESIGN: MATT HULME
Check out the works of La Zia Epi. Moltomossy!! We love it.
Click It by BFF, from The Mossy Rock Album by BFF. Out on Neverever. ”Chalk monkey” illustration drawn by Matt Hulme and used as the BFF 12″ picture-disc for CLICK IT.
Here’s what BFF had to say to us about this song (speaking via Skype):
“yeah, well, one night we’re in the middle of recording and we were thinking, like, we’re always clickin’ it, the record button, feeling it, clicking the pause button, the record button again … You see, we click it, then we kick it and when we’re through rocking- we click it once again to pause or stop the recording and then, ya know, basically just click it once again and the process repeats itself.”
Well, there you have it. Check it out and other music videos and documentary oddities on the official NEVEREVER/BFF YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nevereverBFF
Officially released January 1, 2009 on Neverever Records. Congratulations, BFF. I think you will agree that The Mossy Rock Album was recorded and finished with care and fidelity. Here is the rad album art coverflow illustration by BFF Matt Hulme / Bitography:
published by nicer age (ascap) and neverever. http://nevereverrecords.com