Holy shitballs. This is gonna rock so hard.
Some very interesting points in this article. Highlights are the amount of companies making money out of music and musicians. Also the really rich CEO of Spotify
In response to this, did you know that every download on our shop is free/pay what you want? My average yearly personal income is currently around £6- 7,000. Using the lowest number of our listeners (3, 736 on here - though there’s 24,987 on LastFM). If people were to buy a download for £3, we could wipe existing debt caused by our first two records and tours and still have enough left over to rent a nice space and equipment to do the follow up to The Quiet Lamb that we’ve been trying to do these past few years.
http://hernameiscalla.bandcamp.com/ We’re very lucky to have such loyal fans xxx
Ok. So I’m selling off lots of HNIC and T E Morris memorabilia to help the vinyl pressing funds. Later, I’ll also be selling off my beloved Gretsch.
So, you can message me on facebook or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an offer for any of these. We have:
My own copy of The Heritage on purple/clear vinyl. Now sold out.
My own copy of The Heritage on clear/purple haze vinyl. Now sold out.
My own copy of The White and the Skin CDR. Now sold out.
My own copy of Blueprints CDR. Long since sold out
My snare drum. Used extensively in live shows. Especially in New England. Comes with a gig bag.
My own copy of Cracked Hands of the Master Craftsman. Long since sold out.
My Squire Telecaster. Missing the pickguard and currently not working properly. It will need a slight rewire. Has been used extensively on most HNIC tours. Was famously smashed up on stage at King Tuts in Glasgow during our 2007 tour. Now obviously restored cosmetically and used since. Comes with a gig bag.
My electro-acoustic bass guitar. An unknown manufacturer. Doesn’t play too well as the neck is slightly warped. But could possibly be restored if someone wants to take the time.
Items can either be collected or I can organise recorded delivery on items to ensure that they get to you.