The comic book Geeks at Outright Geekery get together every week to discuss the newest comic book releases. We talk the good, the bad, and the rest, as well as any comic book news that may come down the pipeline. Recorded every Sunday night at Comix City Too! in Madison, Tennessee.
‘This Geek In Comics’ Episode 003 for 02/25/2015
On this episode of T.G.I.C. the geeks talk about Spider-Gwen, Effigy, Suiciders, Darth Vader, and then some. That’s a whole lot of comic goodness for a single podcast!
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This Geek In Music: Body of Light
Body of Light has been honing their sound since 2009 in Murfreesboro, a town used as a stepping-stone on the way to Nashville for many musicians/bands, where brothers Mike and Mitch Kluge first conceived BoL. Since then, the band has had several changes in member line-up, and has consistently grown in their sound. The current roster is; Mike Kluge-bass, vocals, Mitch Kluge-guitar, keyboard, Crystal Wood- vocals, Tyler Walker- electronics, Jeff Ehlinger- drums.
Body of Light moved to Nashville in the summer of 2012 and recorded their debut, self-titled EP at Bombshelterstudio. It was released in 2013. Since then they’ve been hard at work, spreading good tunes up and down the east coast while on tour last summer, as well as, played the Secret Stages Music Festival last year. More recently they just played the new years bash at The Mercy Lounge for the 4DNYE 2015 show. They’ve also been building up a nice collection of very original music videos.
They are currently working on a new full-length record, which will be released in spring/summer 2015, and are planning to revisit the east coast this summer, along with several upcoming show announcements in Nashville.
Check out this week’s This Geek In Music artist here.
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