Saturday, January 18, 2014
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Would you like the first issue of Midspace for free? If so here ya go and make sure to check back later this month. I plan on posting a link to issue two. Enjoy and make sure to share.
Sunday, December 29, 2013
With the release of issue two of Midspace being the only thing to come out this year I feel like a bit of a failure. The truth is going out to ECCC was a bit of a motivation killer. Seeing a hotel bar filled with a bunch of hopeful writers/artists scrambling to talk to publishers/established writers is a bit of a turn off. I could go into detail about how your work should do all the "mingling" for you but that is just my bullshit opinion. I am not successful, there for my thoughts on what is right and wrong when it comes to working in the comic industry are invalid. I am back to working pretty hard on comics again but with a new direction. I can't really say what that direction is because Zak will kill me and or things may fall through and I will look like an idiot.
Something new will be coming out in the next two months.
Sunday, February 24, 2013
If your interested in writing a review for your blog, magazine, newspaper or whatever shoot me an email at Nickmidspace at gmail dot com and i can send you a digital copy of issue one and issue two.
thanks for all your support we can't express how much it means.
I hope you all dig issue two.
Midspace is coming to Seattle this upcoming weekend and we couldn't be more excited. We finally finished issue two and what better place to release it then Seattle's Emerald City Con? If your at ECCC please stop by table F-07 to pick up issue one and issue two. Now we don't have a "ton" of copies so I suggest getting there and buying an issue as soon as possible.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Here is a review from our set at this years UMS
Glass Homes at Moe's. The usual spastic, hectic pace and angular/slashing guitar work collided with the urgency of desperation and existential disappointment that seems to fuel Nick Salmon's songwriting. His seemingly gloomy assessment of the human condition and society and their shortcomings is cast in no uncertain terms. But the raw emotional vocal delivery at times coupled with the Andy Gill-esque guitar work sounded like an honest attempt to break out of despair while mining the inner psyche for inspiration. At the end of the set, Salmon sat down on Brian Blaney's drum set, straddled it and then slid off all while playing some of the most aggressive guitar of the show.
Don't forget that you can download our album for any price at our bandcamp page.