Posts Tagged ‘edie lustie’

New Artwork for 2nd BULL LEE Guest-Vocal Single

Friday, July 8th, 2011

I Can't Love You After 8

Though we put this out late last year, we are finally “releasing” it ourselves. Our friend/artist Mike Dyson just finished up artwork for Bull Lee’s second guest-vocal single called “I Can’t Love You After 8” (featuring Edie Lustie of Chicago’s The Lusties).

Check out Mike’s badass daily cartoon and animation, Atomsplit at Atomsplit.com for some true “adventures in Band Beingness”!

Thanks to Mike and Edie for kicking much ass.

BULL LEE – “I Can’t Love You After 8″ (featuring Edie Lustie) by Bull Lee Records

New Bull Lee Records SoundCloud Page

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

BULL LEE – “Hot Coals” (featuring Zoe Vette) by Bull Lee Records

BULL LEE – “I Can’t Love You After 8″ (featuring Edie Lustie) by Bull Lee Records

Visit the page here.

The Bull Pit #84 – Best of 2010

Friday, December 31st, 2010

new yearThe greatest hits of the year starring High School Motherfuckers, Los Bastardos Finlandeses, Sandbox Rebel, 900 Pound Gorilla, The Shotgun Break, Surgeon Marta, Cyanide Pills, The Unsatisfied, Rob Skane, Toilet Boys, Zoe Vette and the Revolvers, The Lusties, Switchblade Justice, Sad Tropics, Tokyo Pop Stars and American Heartbreak.

Get The Lusties “Soldier Boy” track here, and here’s a link to the Spirit Bear Comp I mention on the show.

Go to Podbean or iTunes to stream, download or subscribe. Bull Pit skull logo by Mike Dyson, Guerrilla808 Studios (guerrilla808@gmail.com). Music provided, in part, by MusicAlley from MEVIO.

Brought to you by Bull Lee Media. Check out our new Facebook Page.

The Spirit Bear Rebellion

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Spirit Bear RebellionYesterday evening there was an envelope waiting for me on the dining room table from BeatnikPressDigital. I knew it contained the brand new Spirit Bear Rebellion CD that Bull Lee contributed a song to earlier this month (it’s called “I Can’t Love You After 8” and was premiered on Episode 82 of The Bull Pit Podcast where I also interviewed our guest vocalist Edie Lustie who performed on the song).

Bull Lee has been on a handful of compilations and most of them suck pretty bad. I put the thing on today while driving in the rain to work with low expectations as usual, and I must say, I’m very pleasantly surprised.  I like every song out of the nine I’ve heard so far.

Bands on the disc are Zoe Vette and The Revolvers, John Sinclair & His International Blues Scholars, FIREBRANDS, Grown Up Avenger Stuff, Nervous Nellie, Fontaine, Non-Divine, Mikiruka, Grey Revell, Steve Rich and a mystery track.

All profits from the comp go to the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition who is working hard to save the Spirit Bear, “a genetically unique subspecies of the black bear unique only to Canada’s west coast – numbers fewer than 400, possibly fewer than 200.” The bear “plays a critical role, because of its color, within the nutrient cycle that upholds one of the largest land carbon sinks in the world.”

You may think that saving this rare white bear (not a polar bear) isn’t the most pressing issue facing our world today, but there is more to it. The organization has aspirations to “create a new paradigm between ecology and economics that will meet everyone’s bottom line.” I like that kind of thinking because if improving life on this doomed planet can prove to be profitable to those who have the real power to make a difference, perhaps we aren’t so doomed after all. 

So kudos to Lee Estes from BeatnikPressDigital, Zoe and all the other artists who helped put this thing together (and special thanks to Edie for layin down one of the sexiest rock vocals I’ve ever heard).

Get your copy of the Spirit Bear Rebellion CD here for only $4.99!

The Bull Pit #52 – FTX Yo!

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

FTX YoAn interview with my friend Shyam about next weekend’s French Toast and Hugs event happening at the Rocky Statue in Philadelphia. Go to the FTX Gang’s Facebook Page for more info.

I open the show with the song “Rubbermade” by The Lusties, and end with music by Prototype, a multimedia collective that I’ve recently been invited to be part of.

Go to Podbean or iTunes to stream, download or subscribe. Bull Pit skull artwork by Mike Dyson, Guerrilla808 Studios (guerrilla808@gmail.com).