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The Furside track was maybe the first song we ever played live twice (on purpose anyways) to start to add structure, albeit very loosely to try and keep things interesting. The only real structure were the vocals I used, letting everything else just happen as it would. The second track "Red Light" was supposed to take an even deeper dive into that kind of structure, but the mic stopped working apparently.
The Splatterpunk festival came about because we were asked to set up a show for an out of town band, and Mark Plazma (quitter/holy underground/all around good dude) also had bands coming in for that date and we joined up these bands into one giant show.
We even coaxed Hazardous Guadalupe out of retirement because Marlo was back home for a while from England. HG still remain one of my favorite bands so this was a total surprise and every was really excited.
Multicult playing also meant that Becca and I would share a stage for the first time in like 16 years, since we were in our first punk band together.