"Lipstick Homicide, this is your life!"
Okay, most of you young'uns won't get that joke. And this isn't about their life so much as their music career. But I just couldn't past the chance to say that!
Seriously though, with Rachel leaving her hometown of Coralville for the bright lights of Minneapolis, it seem like a good time to look over the career of Lipstick Homicide.
So similiar to the show "This Is Your Life", this episode features friends and collaborators of Lipstick Homicide talking about the band. Part 1 featuring pretty much the work they did in 2009 and 2010. Just click here to see what the folks all said or on each song to see what they had to say there.
I hope you find a few surprises and treats you weren't expecting or didn't know about!
A big thanks to Trevor Treiber, long time friend of Rachel, Kate, and Luke, for all the help he gave me on getting this all together. Go check out his band, The Blendours!
Also, thanks to KRUI and Griffle TV for letting use their recordings of Lipstick Homicide live.
Finally, there will be a separate episode between each part of this retrospective. Not everyone is a fan of pop punk, and I want to still give them something to listen to. So Part 2 will be appearing around the end of July.
Lipstick Homicide on...
For more information, click on the name of the artist and/or song
Opening - Lipstick Homicide at Insubordination Fest 2013
Song 1 - "Moody's Point" by Lipstick Homicide
Song 2 - "Pop Star" by The Whoopsie Daisies
Song 3 - "Sister Sister" by CroKane
Song 4 - "What's Expected of You" by Kate Kane
Song 5 - "La La (Shut Up)" by Lipstick Homicide
Song 6 - "Drunk Song" by Rachel Feldman and Trevor Treiber
Song 7 - "Empty Gun" by Petit Mal
Song 8 - "Suck My Nuts" by Everybody Nose
Song 9 - "Wish I Was Kelly" by Lipstick Homicide
Song 10 - "Burning Bridges" by Lipstick Homicide
Closing - End of "So Happy for You" by Lipstick Homicide
All rights reserved by the composers and performers. Used by their kind permission.
NOTE: The next episode will be in THREE weeks time, and NOT two. Your truly is taking a few days off for 80/35 and to go see Drum Corps International with the family. That's right, I check out both alternative bands and marching bands!
Next episode: A look at Iowa's folk, acoustic, and singer/songwriter scene.
Two weeks later: Part 2 of the Lipstick Homicide retrospective!
Iowa Music Showcase can be listened to and/or downloaded on the following sites: Home page: http://iowamusicshowcase.blogspot.com/