Recent Louisville Releases

By Paul Moffett

Several Louisville artists have released CDs over the last several weeks, among them two new projects from ear X-tacy Records. Both CDs can be found at ear X-tacy Records and online at www.earx-tacy.com/ .

Songwriter Warren Ray offers Teletouch Drive , while Saved By the Great Yellow Bird is a retrospective of sessions by Sean Garrison and the band Drifting Luke. Garrison is the former leader of Kinghorse and now a idiosyncratic, eruptive ist for a Louisville weekly. Garrison and the band will perform at an in-store at ear X-tacy on August 3 and a full show with the band at the Rudyard Kipling on August 30, with Fire in the Saddle and The French.

Core stalwart Kallus offers a four-song ep, Avarice, on 42nd Street Records. Kallus' next show in August will be on the 30th at Tek World. Logon to www.kallus.da.ru.

The Troubadours of Divine Bliss have released Dying, Laughing - Firecrackers On a Funeral Pyre, with a baker's dozen tunes. Their website is www.troubadoursofdivinebliss.com

Revelation Records, a Huntington Beach, CA. label, has released Foresenics Brothers and Sisters! from Christiansen and S/T from Thirty Two Frames, both Louisville acts. For more info, log onto www.revelationrecords.com or www.christiansenonline.com and www.32frames.com

Initial Records has brought out Stops A Beating Heart from Black Widows and Blood Red from Hostage. Log on to the Initial site at www.initialrecords.com .