“The Incredible Casuals’ Bottomless Pit: Singles, Rarities, & Sundries, 1980 – 2010” – I’ve been looking forward to this one, which features our first three singles from 1981 and ’82, plus the B side of a single that never came
Bringing you a new song every week (or so…)
Often the song will be a recently recorded live, home demo, studio track or video from Chandler & Co; or it could be something from our archives, culled from our discography or from the live vault; other times it will be music by friends or musicians that we just plain dig and want to share with you; and occasionally it will be a fan video or some bizarre YouTube video that uses our music as a soundtrack.
The Chandler Travis “Song of the Weak!!!” is lovingly curated by The Valet and is now available via RSS feed!
“The Incredible Casuals Play Ernest Noyes Brookings” – As many of you know, my longtime lyricist and favored colleague David Greenberger has developed quite a cottage industry over the last four decades or so based on his magazine “The Duplex
Well, the Three-O had our only scheduled public show of 2020 rained out last weekend, but luckily we got a reprieve, and we’re re-scheduled to play on the lawn of the Barley Neck Inn in Orleans this Sunday, August 23rd,
This week we have several “Songs of the Weak!!!” for you – all from deep in the archives. “Reggae Goes To College“- the Valium Brothers (Chandler Travis & Rikki Batres)- recorded at My. Cod, 1979 or so. When Steve Shook
Catbirds streaming at AFCC Wed, Aug 5 promo trailer Look kids! A coming attractions vid for the Catbirds show Wednesday, Aug. 5! Behold!
I don’t know if anyone else has this problem (well, actually, I do know it’s something I share with my friend Alastair Moock, and I suspect we’re not the only ones): for the last few years, whenever I plug my
“F***ed Me Too Good“- CT demo, recorded at Babyland, July 23. It’s always refreshing to be nailed so thoroughly that you reach that jelly-like stage where you can no longer perform normal tasks competently! Hopefully, I’ll never again get closer
“Crescent Square” – C. T. w. John Clark, Ken Field, and Rikki Bates; shot at Babyland by Bob n b n Tony n Ginger, May 22, 2020. This one’s a little bit abstract- sorry! (Jeese, you don’t have to get mad
“What I Want“- Chandler Travis w. John Clark, Ken Field, & Mark Usher- recorded and shot by C.T. at Babyland June 27, 2020- I’ve been having a really hard time trying to figure out what to say about the pandy
Chandler Travis Philharmonic Shout Band at Chatham 4th of July parade, 2016 – shot by Andrea Roper Daniels; wrangled (and driven!) by Ron Daniels. We’ll all really miss playing the Chatham 4th of July parade this Saturday, and this clip