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Oct.
5th

Grit City Bootlegs No. 30: The Missionary Position at Station 56 (video)

The other day I added a couple of tracks from Post Stardom Depression front man Jeff Angell’s newest band, The Missionary Position, to the South Sound Mix Tape. Then I took Angell up on his invite to check his trio out at Tacoma rock club Station 56 on Sunday.

TMS was kind of a square peg on an XIL records bill topped by the massively aggro Church of Hate. But Angell and company held their own, delivering swaggering, bluesy versions of several cuts from their “Diamonds in a Dead Sky” album, sans the drum loops and horns you’ll hear on the CD (though Angell says they perform the songs that way, too, depending on the venue.)

But enough jibba jabba. My favorite cut was called “Why Me? Why Now?”

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Oct.
2nd

The Missionary Position on the South Sound Mix Tape

Hey! Get your mind out of the gutter. I’m just talkin’ about Tillicum boy Jeff Angell’s post-Post Stardom Depression band, which you can catch on Auburn’s KGRG-FM at 3 p.m. today and live on Sunday (Oct. 4) at Station 56 in Tacoma.
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