Indef-Art has a new bassist. Fans, welcome Pat Christman to the band. He has no nickname yet, but we’ll get him one as soon as we can. Blake actually took the name “Tains” to Audible Mainframe. I guess that’s kind of cool. When he blow up he’ll be able to say that he got his stage name from us. In all seriousness, we wish the best to Blake and his new band. You’ll probably see us playing shows with them in the near future.
Now to introduce Pat. Pat is a chill dude, owns like 67 bass guitars, and has written tons of beats and arrangements that could be easily transplanted over to the band. Lives in Somerville, has a car, shows up early (early!) to rehearsals, and is already virtually locked in with the rhythm section. The IA welcomes his presence. Now all we have to go is photoshop his face over Blake’s on the website. That goddamned bios page took me so long to do. If Blake’s departure leaves any sour taste in my mouth at all, it will become apparent when I’m sitting in the computer lab trying to figure which effects I used to make those cool-ass silhouettes.
Pat will play his first Indef-Art gig on May 20th at Overdraught. It’s going to be a good time. On a related note, this summer is going to kick ass. We have some great shows lined up (especially the July 1 show with 2mex and ele.mental) and are planning on ramping the summer up to a fall CD release party that will feature not only Indef-Art’s EP but my own solo EP as well. As it is shaping up, my EP is going to be the oddest piece of hip-hop you have ever owned. And the IA disc is just going to be hot. Look forward to Boston MCs, You Might Wanna, and Monster, remixes of the demo, and last but not least, (if I have my way), Shotgun.
That’s all for now. Keep reading. Knowledge is power.