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Krankies Coffee Winter 2010 Compilation Release Party / Track List

November 17, 2010
Alright friends, so last week Krankies officially announced that a Winston-Salem based compilation of local bands will be released next week. The compilation is set to be released NEXT FRIDAY November 26 (yes, that’s the day after Thanksgiving) at Krankies at a special gathering of friends to celebrate our music community and the compilation. It’s completely free, open to the public, and the album will be available for purchase for $10 (for 18 tracks, that’s less than 56 cents a song… more expensive than mediafire, but still a deal). Additionally, as mentioned before, half of the album’s sales will be directly donated to Arts For Life at Brenner Children’s Hospital, a local non-profit dedicated to arts and music therapy for children with serious illnesses. 

So, without more delay, here’s the track list for the compilation. If the band names aren’t evidence enough, you’ll know from listening through the album that the compilation is an amazing testament to the array of local talent there is in Winston. On the record you’ll hear everything from surf rock, psychedelic blues, farmland folk, electro-pop and most things in between.

  1. Christmas Valentine – Red Velvet
  2. Seasick – Ghost Beach
  3. Sharkitecht – Jews and Catholics
  4. Trapper Keeper – Sugar High Gang
  5. Hustle World – Love Craft
  6. Inside – Aaron Bachelder
  7. Expect The Best – Terrance and the Tall Boys
  8. Moon – Golden Dawn
  9. Gravity – Distrails
  10. Rosetta – Austin Pfeiffer
  11. Nobody’s Blues – Philip Pledger + Chris Ankelein
  12. Swells – Honey Rider
  13. Porch Dope – Bolmongani
  14. Take Me Home – Jonathan Kirby
  15. Independent Turkey – Cakes of Light
  16. Castles – Night Worker
  17. Santa In A Cowboy Hat – Caleb Caudle & The Bayonets
  18. Night Time – Satin Bloom

All tracks were mastered by the talented Ryan Pritts at ¡El Guapo! in Southside Winston-Salem. We hope to see you at the compilation’s release party next Friday. It’ll be a low-key time of enjoying one another’s company and appreciating our collective identity as we listen to the album, have a few drinks and hang out with friends. See you there.

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