• Correction from last week: Credit should have been given to TJ SWAN and his STARFIGHT STUDIO for the nice production work on the SOPHOMORE BEAT EP. JONATHAN WYMAN just did the mixing. That was an oversight by Pfeifle. He's not all that bright sometimes. But you knew that.

THIS WAY have put the finishing touches on Goodbye Forever, what we're hearing is an Americana-fueled second album from the band fronted by JAY BASINER. They've got May 21 at Port City circled for the release, with KINGSLEY FLOOD, ROOSEVELT DIME, and JESSE PILGRIM AND THE BONFIRE. ABEL ADAME did the recording down in the old ACADIA RECORDING CO. space. NOAH COLE handled mixing. Mastering was done at PEERLESS outside of Boston.

• Be on the lookout for folkie PUTNAM SMITH's third album. He'll have it ready June 4 or thereabouts.

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