FEBRUARY 21, 2012: Cursive’s I Am Gemini in stores today!
CURSIVE: I AM GEMINI
IN STORES TODAY
WINTER/SPRING TOUR CONTINUES TOMORROW
AT NOISE POP IN SAN FRANCISCO
FAN TWITTER HOROSCOPE CONTEST RUNS TILL MIDNIGHT
February 21, 2012 – Cursive’s new album I Am Gemini arrives in stores today via Saddle Creek. The album is garnering strong reviews from the press, with The A.V. Club calling it “…forceful, a demanding rock-driven opus…” and Magnet noting that it “…rocks with a dexterous theatricality that complements its over-the-top story”, in addition to praise from Alternative Press, CMJ (“a brave and experimental turn in a new direction”), Paste, Penthouse, and Vice, among others. A full album stream premiered on RollingStone.com last week and can also now be heard in its entirety via AOL Music’s Spinner: http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/spinner#/1. Download widgets for free MP3 downloads of album tracks “The Sun and Moon” and “Wowowow” can be found via the Saddle Creek webstore (http://saddle-creek.com/store/515), and embed codes for both are below.
The band’s winter/spring North American headlining tour continues tomorrow night at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA, as part of this year’s Noise Pop festival. Cursive will also play sold out shows on Friday night at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and Sunday night at the Casbah in San Diego, CA, following sold out performances last week in Denver, CO (Denver Post’s Reverb blog wrote, “The hearty mix of new and old songs gave loyal fans plenty of hardcore indie-rock and sing-alongs…playful personality of lead singer Tim Kasher also kept the crowd of rowdy hipsters fully engaged”), and Portland, OR. The band has three free in-store performances over the next week as well: tonight (2/21) at Amoeba Records in San Francisco at 7pm; Thursday (2/23) at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles at 7pm; and Monday (2/27) at Zia Records in Phoenix, AZ, at 7pm.
Cursive is currently offering the chance to win two tickets to a show in a city or town on the band’s current tour, inviting fans to write a horoscope (marked by hashtag #iamgemini) on Twitter. The band will choose their ten favorite entries as winners following the 11:59pm deadline tonight; for more details, please visit: http://www.cursivearmy.com/iamgemini-release-day/.
I Am Gemini is the surreal and powerful musical tale of Cassius and Pollock, twin brothers separated at birth. One good and one evil, their unexpected reunion in a house that is not a home ignites a classic struggle for the soul, played out with a cast of supporting characters that includes a chorus of angels and devils, and twin sisters conjoined at the head. Recorded at Omaha, NE’s ARC Studios and mixed at Red Room in Seattle, WA with producer Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Minus The Bear, Isis), the album – a dynamic, mind-bending, and imaginative ride – marks the first time front man Tim Kasher, with the completed story already in mind, wrote album lyrics in a linear fashion, in order, from song 1 to song 13.
Cursive is the longtime trio of Kasher (vocals, guitar), Matt Maginn (bass), and Ted Stevens (guitar, vocals), with Patrick Newbery (keys) and Cully Symington (drums).
Cursive tour dates:
FEB. 21 SAN FRANCISCO, CA AMOEBA RECORDS (Free in-store, 7pm)
FEB. 22 SAN FRANCISCO, CA GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL**
(Noise Pop festival)
FEB. 23 LOS ANGELES, CA AMOEBA RECORDS (Free in-store, 7pm)
FEB. 24 LOS ANGELES, CA TROUBADOUR** (SOLD OUT)
FEB. 25 POMONA, CA GLASSHOUSE**
FEB. 26 SAN DIEGO, CA CASBAH** (SOLD OUT)
FEB. 27 PHOENIX, AZ ZIA RECORDS (Free in-store, 7pm)
FEB. 27 TEMPE, AZ CRESCENT BALLROOM**
FEB. 28 ALBUQUERQUE, NM LAUNCHPAD**
MAR. 1 WICHITA, KS ABODE**
MAR. 2 KANSAS CITY, MO RECORD BAR**
MAR. 3 OMAHA, NE SLOWDOWN**
MAR. 22 IOWA CITY, IA THE MILL#
MAR. 23 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 400 BAR#
MAR. 24 MADISON, WI HIGH NOON SALOON#
MAR. 25 CHICAGO, IL LINCOLN HALL#
MAR. 26 CHAMPAIGN, IL HIGH DIVE#
MAR. 27 ANN ARBOR, MI THE BLIND PIG#
MAR. 28 PITTSBURGH, PA MR. SMALL’S#
MAR. 29 CLEVELAND, OH GROG SHOP#
MAR. 30 BUFFALO, NY MOHAWK#
MAR. 31 TORONTO, ONT HORSESHOE TAVERN#
APR. 2 BOSTON, MA MIDDLE EAST#
APR. 3 NEW YORK, NY BOWERY BALLROOM#
APR. 4 NEW YORK, NY BOWERY BALLROOM#
APR. 5 PHILADELPHIA, PA UNION TRANSFER#
APR. 6 WASHINGTON, DC BLACK CAT#
APR. 7 RALEIGH, NC KING’S BARCADE#
APR. 8 ATLANTA, GA THE EARL#
APR. 9 ST. AUGUSTINE, FL CAFÉ ELEVEN#
APR. 10 ORLANDO, FL THE SOCIAL#
APR. 11 TALLAHASSEE, FL CLUB DOWN UNDER#
APR. 13 HOUSTON, TX FITZGERALD’S#
APR. 14 AUSTIN, TX MOHAWK#
APR. 15 DALLAS, TX TREES#
APR. 16 LITTLE ROCK, AR REVOLUTION MUSIC ROOM
APR. 17 MEMPHIS, TN HI TONE#
APR. 18 LEXINGTON, KY COSMIC CHARLIE’S#
APR. 19 COVINGTON, KY BANGARANGS#
APR. 20 ST. LOUIS, MO OFF BROADWAY#
APR. 21 COLUMBIA, MO MOJOS#
** Ume and Virgin Islands support
# Cymbals Eat Guitars and Conduits support
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FEBRUARY 22, 2012: Announcing Crocodiles’ new album Endless Flowers
CROCODILES: THIRD ALBUM ENDLESS FLOWERS
TO BE RELEASED JUNE 5TH, 2012 VIA FRENCHKISS RECORDS
“SUNDAY (PSYCHIC CONVERSATION #9)”
FREE MP3 PREMIERE ON RCRD LBL
FEBRUARY/MARCH HEADLINING TOUR DATES INCLUDE SXSW
TWO APRIL NEW YORK SHOWS
San Diego, CA’s Crocodiles have signed to Frenchkiss Records and will release their third full-length album, Endless Flowers, in the US on June 5th, 2012. Today the band premiered the debut track off the album, “Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)”, via RCRD LBL, which can now be downloaded as a free MP3 here: http://rcrdlbl.com/2012/02/22/premiere_crocodiles_sunday_psychic_conversation_9_.
While following in the footsteps of the raw, anthemic psychedelia of 2010’s Sleep Forever and the “repeat-ready…art-punk renaissance” (Rolling Stone) of their 2009 debut Summer of Hate, the songs on Endless Flowers add a refined cohesion and unmistakable sunnyness to Crocodiles’ glorious, noise and echo-cloaked pop. The title track opener is four and a half minutes of soaring, alarm-ringing guitars, while “Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)” comes next with a resounding, punk-inflected charge. The 7-plus minute “My Surfing Lucifer” begins with two minutes of grimy, hissed spoken word before ascending to glammy, distorted heights; the bass-heavy and buzzing “Dark Alleys” is a motorik march; and the swirling “Bubblegum Trash” has a sweet, dirty charm. Nearly all are single-worthy, and are embellished with singer/guitarist Brandon Welchez’s newly forward-mixed croon.
Crocodiles have evolved from their 2008 genesis as the core duo of Welchez and guitarist Charles Rowell into today’s five-piece, which includes keyboardist Robin Eisenberg, bassist Marco Gonzalez, and drummer Anna Schulte. Last summer, the band headed to Berlin to rehearse and record Endless Flowers, which Welchez and Rowell had written last winter.
Crocodiles began their spring tour last at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA, and continue tonight at Casa del Popolo in Montreal, QC. The tour runs through March 18th at Club Dada in Dallas, TX, and includes a stop at this year’s SxSW Music Festival, where the band will play the Frenchkiss Records showcase at Stage on Sixth Street on March 14th. The band will also perform two headlining shows in New York this April: on the 11th at Glasslands in Brooklyn and on the 12th at the Mercury Lounge. A current itinerary is below.
Crocodiles are: Brandon Welchez (vocals, guitar), Charles Rowell (guitar), Marco Gonzalez (bass), Anna Schulte (drums), and Robin Eisenberg (keyboards).
Endless Flowers track listing:
- Endless Flowers
- Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)
- No Black Clouds For Dee Dee
- Electric Death Song
- Hung Up On A Flower
- My Surfing Lucifer
- Dark Alleys
- Bubblegum Trash
- Welcome Trouble
- You Are Forgiven
Crocodiles tour dates:
FEB. 22 MONTREAL, QC CASA DEL POPOLO*
FEB. 23 TORONTO, ONT LEE’S PALACE*
FEB. 25 CHICAGO, IL SCHUBAS TAVERN*
FEB. 26 MADISON, WI THE FREQUENCY*
FEB. 28 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 7TH ST. ENTRY*
FEB. 29 FARGO, ND AQUARIUM#
MAR. 1 OMAHA, NE SLOWDOWN FRONT ROOM*
MAR. 2 DENVER, CO LARIMER LOUNGE*
MAR. 3 SALT LAKE CITY, UT URBAN LOUNGE*
MAR. 6 SEATTLE, WA THE SUNSET*
MAR. 7 PORTLAND, OR DOUG FIR LOUNGE*
MAR. 9 SAN FRANCISCO, CA RICKSHAW STOP**
MAR. 10 LOS ANGELES, CA ECHOPLEX^
MAR. 11 SAN DIEGO, CA CASBAH*
MAR. 14 AUSTIN, TX THE STAGE ON SIXTH (SXSW)
MAR. 17 HOUSTON, TX FITZGERALD’S (UPSTAIRS)
MAR. 18 DALLAS, TX CLUB DADA
APR. 11 BROOKLYN, NY GLASSLANDS
APR. 12 NEW YORK, NY MERCURY LOUNGE
* Bleeding Rainbow supports
** Bleeding Rainbow and Terry Malts support
^ Bleeding Rainbow and The Dunes support
# Young Prisms support
FEBRUARY 15, 2012: Announcing Tu Fawning’s new album A Monument
SOPHOMORE ALBUM A MONUMENT TO BE RELEASED MAY 15TH, 2012 VIA CITY SLANG
“BONES” FREE MP3 PREMIERE ON RCRD LBL
February 15, 2012 – Portland, OR’s Tu Fawning will release their sophomore album A Monument in the US on May 15th, 2012 via City Slang. The album is preceded by the RCRD LBL free MP3 download premiere of “Bones”, a 7+ minute-long opus of fluttering and pulsing primal beats: http://rcrdlbl.com/2012/02/15/download_tu_fawning_bones. The song can also be downloaded via Tu Fawning’s website: www.tufawning.com.
Led by Corrina Repp and Joe Haege (31Knots), Tu Fawning expands upon the dark, vaudevillian vibes of their 2010 debut LP Hearts On Hold with A Monument. The album marks the first release written and recorded collaboratively as the four-piece of Repp, Haege, Liza Reitz, and Toussaint Perrault, who came together shortly after the duo of Repp and Haege returned from Tu Fawning’s first tour. A Monument is steeped in the band’s love of music from around the world, and wastes no time making its impact with the dynamic opening trio of the billowing, hypnotically rhythmic “Anchor”, the warped R&B/soul cadence of “Blood Stain”, and the moody and sensual “Wager”. The spooky theatrics of “Build A Great Cliff” and the choral loops and scaling of “Skin and Bone” segue into the mesmeric second half, which closes with the epic “Bones”. Repp’s formidable, smoky voice leads the charge throughout, at once ethereal and earthly.
The songs of A Monument were found in the practice recordings made by Haege, or in Perrault’s home-recorded demos, and – in addition to the usual guitars, keys, horns, and drums – feature instrumentation such as a ragini, a tuned-down marching band drum, old ‘80s synths, and South American chant samples turned into chords. Some of Perrault’s recorded loose ideas ended up somewhat defining the album: to use synths more heavily but with no intention of making an “electro” record. The band employed four tracks, old tape recorders, and dying guitar pedals in documenting the songs, and sometimes recorded vocals by turning their backs to the microphones and yelling – always finding character and a sense of timelessness in the unusual and sometimes less than perfect means.
Repp set out to put a true sense of tenderness front and center in the album, frequently writing lyrics while listening to mixes through headphones in the dark. While working on the words over a concentrated period of time, a common thread began running between them. Each track explores different permutations of what a monument is: the idea of something revered, something that represents something else, something pure. In their mix of the sincere and mildly unconventional, the songs explore the connection between the good and bad, the light and dark, the sensuality and earnestness in being alive.
Tu Fawning recorded A Monument with friends at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco, CA, and at Type Foundry in Portland last summer, with some additional recording at Menomena’s Justin Harris’ house – all factors that lent a warm, familial feel to the recordings.
A Monument track listing:
- Blood Stain
- A Pose For No One
- Build A Great Cliff
- Skin and Bone
- In The Center Of Powder White
- To Break Into
APRIL 13, 2010 Adam Green’s Debut Art Show Teen Tech
ADAM GREEN: DEBUT ART EXHIBITION TEEN TECH
AT NEW YORK’S MORRISON HOTEL GALLERY BOWERY
PRIVATE OPENING PARTY APRIL 22ND; OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
APRIL 23RD & 24TH
A PORTION OF PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO
ARTISTS FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
Folk-rock troubadour Adam Green’s debut art show, Teen Tech, will open at the Morrison Hotel Gallery Bowery (313 Bowery, former home to the famed CBGB’s gallery) in his hometown of New York, NY, on April 22nd. Following a private opening night party, the exhibition will be available to the public April 23rd and 24th. Teen Tech showcases another artistic side of singer/songwriter Green, already known for his prolific (six albums in eight years) career as a solo musician and for his work as half of the band Moldy Peaches. Last year, he composed the soundtrack for a German theatrical adaptation of Paul Auster’s novel Timbuktu, which he titled Musik For A Play. Fat Possum Records released Green’s most recent solo album, Minor Love, in February.
The exhibition will consist of original works by Green: 12 sculptures of plaster, papier-mâché, or papier-mâché and mixed materials; 18 large-scale (30” x 40”) acrylic or watercolor paintings; 19 drawings; and 20 collages (created together with model Cory Kennedy). The art will be for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the charitable organization Artists for Peace and Justice, which directs 100% of all funds raised towards rebuilding and maintaining long-term sustainability in Haiti. Friend and peer Binki Shapiro of Little Joy introduced Green to the organization when he donated a hand-designed t-shirt for her recent, highly successful Crafts For A Cause online auction that donated all proceeds to Artists for Peace and Justice. Green and Shapiro decided to work together again here in an effort to continue giving. Following the show’s close, any remaining pieces will be available here.
Green says of the exhibition, “Teen Tech is an art show I’ve prepared over the last year and a half. Perhaps because I’m an entertainer in showbiz, I found myself trying to make this art show more entertaining than average. It focuses on cartoon subjects. I don’t often read comics but I’ve always liked to draw cartoons. I contend that all artists work in caricature. The pieces in Teen Tech are caricatures of cartoons, which I feel distill the subjects down to their bare essence.”
Teen Tech coincides with Green’s two-night, hometown headlining stand at the Bowery Ballroom. These two gigs, April 23rd and 24th, will be the final of his current U.S. tour in support of Minor Love. The album has earned Green plenty of praise, with BlackBook writing, “…the real genius of Minor Love isn’t the album’s embrace of disparate genres (although that’s impressive, too), it’s how charming and easy Green makes all this variety sound” and Filter adding, “…Green revels in a stripped-down, bittersweet world where nothing lasts forever, with both his baritone and lyrics adding freshness to his fatalist outlook.” Remaining tour dates are below.
Adam Green tour dates:
APR. 13 DENVER, CO LARIMER LOUNGE
APR. 14 KANSAS CITY, MO RECORD BAR
APR. 15 CHICAGO, IL SCHUBAS
APR. 16 CLEVELAND, OH GROG SHOP (early show)
APR. 17 TORONTO, ONT MOD CLUB
APR. 19 MONTREAL, QUE PETIT CAMPUS
APR. 20 BOSTON, MA GREAT SCOTT
APR. 21 PHILADELPHIA, PA JOHNNY BRENDA’S
APR. 23 NEW YORK, NY BOWERY BALLROOM
APR. 24 NEW YORK, NY BOWERY BALLROOM
About Artists for Peace and Justice
Artists for Peace and Justice, established in early 2009, is a fundraising effort founded by Paul Haggis and friends that encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty and enfranchisement in communities around the world. The organization’s immediate goal is to build schools to serve the poorest areas of Haiti, providing an education, hot meals, clean drinking water and regular medical treatments to the children living in the slums.
MARCH 13, 2010 SXSW and beyond!!!
Lots o’ updates here…In addition to gearing up for SXSW next week, we’ve had some recent video and song premieres:
Cursive released a new single, “Discovering America,” on March 9th to all major digital music retailers via Saddle Creek. All profits will be donated to the American Indian College Fund. A song stream premiered on Stereogum earlier this week; it can now be heard, linked-to, or embedded via this link. The band is currently in the middle of a tour with Alkaline Trio.
We Are Wolves announced more U.S. tour dates and their SXSW schedule.
David Ford announced the release of his third album Let The Hard Times Roll, which will be released April 20th on Original Signal Recordings. He’s currently on a U.S. headlining tour.
Finally six Cobra Camanda Publicity artists will be making the trek to the land of margaritas, queso, beer, and music (aka Austin, TX) for SXSW next week. Full schedule as follows:
Lissie – 1-1:40pm: Paste day party @ Galaxy Room, inside (formerly Radio Room – 507 E. 6th St.)
* also 4pm: Dirty Boots party @ Wave Bar (rooftop – 408 E. 6th St.)
Roman Candle – 1:30-2:10pm: Paste day party @ Galaxy Room, outside (formerly Radio Room - 507 E. 6th St.)
* also 6:30pm: Electric Western/American Songwriter “Get Your Green On!” Party @ Hole In The Wall (2538 Guadalupe St.)
Look Mexico – 2pm: Buzzgrinder/Buddyhead party @ Annie’s West (706 W. 6th St.)
* also 11-11:30pm: Giant Steps/FUSXSW Party @ Plush (617 Red River St.)
Lissie – 3-3:40pm: American Songwriter/XO PR/Future Sounds/WOXY day party @ Stompin’ Grounds (3801 S. Congress Ave.)
* also 8-8:20pm: Hotel Café @ The Parish (214 E. 6th St.)
Roman Candle – 4:10pm: Insider’s Network party @ BD Riley’s (204 E. 6th St.)
Hurricane Bells – 9-10pm: acoustic set at the Aloft Hotel Party @ Aloft Hotel (11601 Domain Dr.)
Adam Green – 12am: Emo’s (603 Red River)
We Are Wolves – 1am: M for MTL showcase @ Paradise (401 E. 6th St.)
Lissie – 1:20-1:45pm: Hear Ya party @ Beauty Bar (617 E. 7th St.)
* also 5:50-6:20pm: MWTX Party @ MWTX Lot, south stage @ 1001 E. 6th St.
* also 9:30-10:05pm @ St. David’s Historic Sanctuary (301 E. 8th St.)
Look Mexico – 3:20-3:45pm: Consequence of Sound/Rock It Out! day party @ Republic Live (301 W. 5th St.)
Adam Green – 5pm: Hotel San Jose (1316 S. Congress Ave.)
Hurricane Bells – 5:35-6pm: Consequence of Sound/Rock It Out! day party @ Republic Live (301 W. 5th St.)
* also 12am: Muse Box showcase @ Rusty Spurs (405 E. 7th St.)
We Are Wolves – 7pm: The Boxing Lesson & The Loyalty Firm party @ Guero’s (1412 S. Congress Ave.)
Lissie – 12-12:40pm: KCRW’s Official Day Showcase @ Ballroom D of the Austin Convention Center
* also 2:20-2:40pm: WXPN Presents “Coffee? No Pants!” party @ Red Eyed Fly, indoors (715 Red River)
* also 11:40pm-12am: Stubb’s indoors (801 Red River)
Look Mexico – 12:30-1:15pm: Front Porch Musings/Suburban Home party @ Friends Bar (208 E. 6th St.)
Adam Green – 5pm: MWTX Party @ MWTX Lot @ 1001 E. 6th St.
We Are Wolves – 3:30pm: Obscure Magpie’s “Two Headed Party” @ Encore (611 Red River)
FEBRUARY 18, 2010 tours, albums, and videos, oh my!
The Dig is prepping for the release of their new album Electric Toys out 4/27. The band is wrapping up their tour with The Editors, and The Antlers to begin touring in support of Portugal. The Man, and Port O’Brien.
Adam Green premiered his video for “What Makes Him Act So Bad” on AOL Music’s Spinner blog here. The track comes off brand new album Minor Love released 2/16. Adam has also announced new US tour dates with The Dead Trees and will be performing at SXSW in March.
FEBRUARY 4, 2010 some tid-bits…
JANUARY 28, 2010 A whole bunch of news updates…
A.A. Bondy visited hearya.com where he played a five song live session from new album When The Devil’s Loose. Check it out here. Also, PopMatters featured the new LP on their list of ‘Slipped Discs of 2009‘. Both LA Weekly and LA Times gave Bondy’s performance at the Echo handsome reviews.
Cursive will be opening for Alkaline Trio on their North American tour starting February 16th at Pomona’s Glass House.
The Dig had track “Look Inside” off upcoming debut LP aired on the CW’s ‘The Vampire Diaries’ last Thursday. They are also about to embark on a North American tour with The Editors and The Antlers, and then with Portugal The Man.
Adam Green is currently on tour in Europe and the UK in support of upcoming album Minor Love.
Hurricane Bells is embarking on a 2 week tour in India.
OCTOBER 20, 2009 The website is up! And plenty of news to share…
Beaten Awake’s sophomore album Thunder$troke will be out Oct. 13th on Fat Possum. Check them out on Luxury Wafers here and Largehearted Boy here. And if you’re in Cleveland, see them open for The Meat Puppets at the Grog Shop Nov. 18th!
Cursive recently released the third video off their March 10th release Mama, I’m Swollen. Check out the Evan Glodell-directed, raddest-video-you’ve-seen-in-a-while for “Let Me Up” via its Stereogum premiere here. There’s also a new Daytrotter session up here, featuring covers of The Cure’s “Love Cats” and David Bowie’s “Modern Love”.
The Dig recently played some shows with The Walkmen and will play Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ with White Rabbits on Oct. 11th in addition to a show at the Mercury Lounge during the CMJ Music Marathon on Oct. 23rd. Expect news on their debut full-length soon…
Hurricane Bells, a new project from Steve Schiltz of Longwave, will have their song “Monsters” on the upcoming Twilight movie, New Moon. Check out a Q&A with Steve on Entertainment Weekly’s Music Mix blog.
Lissie‘s new EP, Why You Runnin’, will be out Nov. 10th on Fat Possum.
Old Canes, another project from Chris Crisci of The Appleseed Cast, will release their sophomore album Feral Harmonic Oct. 20th on Saddle Creek. Check out “Little Bird Courage” via Stereogum’s Gum Drop, on Bag of Songs here, and read a 4-star review in this month’s Alternative Press.
Orenda Fink’s sophomore solo album, Ask The Night, is out tomorrow on Saddle Creek! Check her out in USA Today’s Fall music preview here, PasteMagazine.com here, and in this month’s issue of Alternative Press.
Roman Candle will play the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival in Pittsboro, NC this week before heading out for some dates with Will Hoge. Check out “They Say” off their May release Oh Tall Tree in the Ear on RCRD LBL here and on Consequence of Sound here.
Capgun Coup’s whip-smart sophomore album Maudlin will be out Nov. 3rd on Team Love, while the indefatigable Red Collar continues to tour…and The Modern Society will head into the studio to record…