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We Were Pirates

We Were Pirates Score Doc Film "Dear Mr. Watterson"


What began originally as an offer to provide music for a documentary about an influence from childhood (Calvin & Hobbes) eventually turned into We Were Pirates' full length score for Dear Mr. Watterson. Mike Boggs of WWP originally contacted the film's director, Joel Schroeder, about allowing the documentary to use some of his music. Over two years later, Schroeder reached out to Boggs about making the score for the entire film.

To be completely honest, I absolutely love this score. It is a vivid tapestry of piano riffs, jazzy percussion, and delightful melodies that remind me of the first time I heard Vince Guaraldi's score for Charlie Brown.

The soundtrack is available for purchase from iTunes now, and is also available for streaming from SoundCloud (But seriously, you should really buy it). -Karl Dobias


Dance for the Dying, The Silver Liners, We Were Pirates, Tomio 4/20 Rock & Roll Hotel

If local indie pop/rock and post-punk is what you crave on 4/20, then get ready to get your ears' munchies on at the Rock & Roll Hotel this Friday. The quadruple line-up features Dance for the Dying, who are about to set out on tour in May (this is their last hometown headliner before taking off.) The Silver Liners will be there too, who are currently in the studio working on new material. Also check out We Were Pirates who've recently released their second album Change. And Tomio will be kicking it all off, who are expecting their debut EP to be out this Fall.

It's all going down 4/20 @ Rock & Roll Hotel, Doors at 8 PM, $10.


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