The Sweet Madness song "Monica's Had A Change"
is featured on the KEXP Music Matters podcast "Eat Dirt."
Sweet Madness is playing alongside other contemporary NW groups.
DJ Brian Foss does the Saturday Night Sonic Reducer
punk show featuring loud, fast and short songs. Thank you Brian!
to see more and download the free podcast.
Sweet Madness gets written up by highly respected Northwest
music historian Peter Blecha in the Northwest Music Archives.
to see more the Northwest Music Archives Online!
Thank you Peter Blecha!
Sweet Madness gives a shout out and a thank you to Laura at New York's WNYU
for playing "Obsessive Compulsive" on the afternoon show.
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by the legendary
Danger Zine which has been publishing since 1987.
to read more Danger Zine Online!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by the great When You Motor Away blog.
They review what they love and Sweet Madness
is happy to be in that category.
to see the When You Motor Away Blogspot!
Thank you Scott Galloway!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by the amazing and legendary
Ugly Things Magazine. They've been discoving wild sounds from past dimensions
for many years and Sweet Madness is thrilled to be included.
to see more Ugly Things Online!
Thank you Mike Stax and Zak Boerger!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed
by the hometown in the Spokane Inlander.
to read more Spokane Inlander Online!
Thank you Laura!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 looking good
on the wall of Spokane's newest record store Groove Merchants.
to read more about Groove Merchants Record Store!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by the
legendary and highly respected Blog to Comm.
to read more Blog to Comm Online!
Thank you, Christopher!
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets four stars from the highly respected Record Collector
Magazine out of London. Thank you Tim Peacock and Jason Draper.
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by Jon Davis in
in the Expose' Online.
to read more at Expose' Online!
Thank you Jon!
Sweet Madness gives a shout out and a thank you to KEXP and
Sharlese Metcalf for playing "Monica's Had a Change" on Audioasis.
Sweet Madness thanks Mike Nipper and the Seattle Stranger for reviewing Volume 2.
Sweet Madness thanks Charlie Zaillian and the Seattle Times for reviewing Volume 2.
Sweet Madness has just released more material not heard for 30 years.
Volume 2 picks up where Volume 1 left off and the LP will be available record stores everywhere distributed
by Light in the Attic Records. It will feature an old school tip-on gatefold sleeve designed by
Rickio Woods who designed the group's original gig posters.
The digital LP release will be found on Bandcamp, itunes, Amazon, Google Play and Spotify.
Sweet Madness Volume 2 Made in Spokane 1978-1981.
The release consists of 15 songs recorded between 1978 and 1981
that were culled from various analog recording sessions and recently digitally remastered.
The LP includes lyrics, liner notes, and a cover photo shot by Charlie Schmidt (of keyboard cat fame)
and a back photo era street shot by Cinde Hammock.
The open gatefold features an impressive array of ephemera and original gig posters.
Sweet Madness Volume 2 gets reviewed by Jack Rabid in Issue No 76 of Big Takeover Magazine.
Look for it on the newstands. Thank you Jack!
Sweet Madness thanks Brian Ross for playing "I Don't Like You" on the Sonic Reducer punk rock show.
Sweet Madness gives a shout out to DJ Jack Rabid.
Thank you for playing Sweet Madness on Big Takeover Radio!
Take a listen and download here.
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