In A Piece Written For Paste, Lou Barlow Equates Good Records To A Church
And, just as Nic had quoted Barlow as saying in his review, Barlow indeed equates playing record stores to "like playing in a church." Check out Barlow's top highlight from his swing through Dallas, Houston, Austin and Oklahoma City:
#1. Playing an in store [sic] in Dallas at Good Records, I use my ukulele and Tom accompanies on electric guitar. The store is fairly empty, with a high ceiling. My voice rounds the corners and comes back in a nice way. In-stores are like playing in a church for me. I love it for that reason and say as much. This will be the first duo in-store for Tom and I. He's the bomb. Tom the bomb. I get the new White Denim CD.So there you go. White Denim, meanwhile, plays a free Halloween show with Neon Indian at the Granada Theater tomorrow night. RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.