We were going to tell you, but we thought it would be more fun to have Rick Mummey announce the next June IND release on his Think This Way podcast.
Check it out:
-Chris and Emily
Is there any real reason for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame other than giving us a chance to ask: Why isn’t (insert act here) in there? Here are some of the snubs. There’s room on the playlist for yours.
Read Chris June’s snub pick and more on Dave Bangert’s Based in Lafayette, Indiana Substack article.
According to an article published by IndyStar, the survey’s roster of voters includes representatives of USA TODAY as well as newspapers in iconic music cities Nashville, Memphis, Asbury Park, New Jersey; and Coachella festival site Palm Springs, California. Thirty entertainment reporters selected 152 albums for Top 10 lists compiled in the survey.
June IND shares the #85 spot with Kevin Abstract, Cage the Elephant, Crumb, Dreamville, Duckwrth, Luis Fonsi, Liam Gallagher, Vince Gill, Guided By Voices, Beth Gibbons & the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, M83, Cass McCombs, Midland, The Minus 5, Kevin Morby, Kim Petras, Rapsody, Ed Sheeran, The Specials, White Reaper and The Young Debussy.
First Annual Meeting of Optimists Vol. 1 is one of four ‘self-released’ albums to make the ‘best albums of 2019’ list.
Check out the full list of USA TODAY Network’s year-end music survey here.
1. AIN’T A LOT OF LOVE 3:23
2. FREE* WORLD 2:27
3. YOUR NEIGHBOR’S WALLET 3:09
Produced by June IND
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL
All music written and performed by Chris June and Emily Larimer
Published by Self Made God Music (ASCAP) and Tempest Fare
by Bridget Wellman | Summer Reporter Jul 16, 2013
The Greater Lafayette band thinks about the community more than themselves in many aspects. It has hosted and performed events for charities and its lyrics emphasize being a helping hand. The band promotes social activism and a society that works together to build a better future. June IND hopes that people who listen to its music will get up and make a difference in the community. More at https://www.purdueexponent.org/features/article_2964fbc6-ed6a-11e2-9ebd-0019bb30f31a.html.