Hoag and Bonesaw have started a just-for-fun podcast discussing anything and everything related to their favorite band Mastodon! It’s a funny and insightful and totally silly look into some of what influences the Full Service sound and style… and much more! It’s free on iTunes Podcast, Stitcher or Soundcloud:
Check out Bonesaw and Hoag’s hip hop side project “Beatcake” with a full album out October 2014!
Hear Bonesaw interviewed on the “Chillville” show on Austin’s 101X FM before the show at ACL Live:
Here’s a link for a free download of “Evergreen” off of our album “Carousel.” Do something fun today while listening to it! (Right click the link and “save target as” to download, or stream it here).
“Evergreen” by Full Service
We’re releasing a new single “Crunch Dip” at our performance in New Orleans for the Official 311 Day Pre-Party. Here, Bonesaw rips the end of his solo…
Recently passed some time wondering whether there was a Full Service song in every key (in western music). Not talking minor or major or modes or anything here, though it’d be interesting to see which are major / minor and if we have any modal tunes. Anyway, here’s a few in each key. I think there’s only one in Ab!
A – Tennessee Traveleer, Coconuts, Ice Cream Cone, Lately
B – Late January, Blocks Fall, Everybody
C – Minnows, Imaginary Girl, Temporarily,
D – Empty Sea, Kristine, Sawdust, Dumb Angel, Hi Ho
E – Evergreen, Youuuuu, Revisited, Tasteless Gravy, Pulse, Oddball Memories
F – Ba Da Ba, Get Me Out of Here
G – Strings, Egwene, Row Your Boat, Sit at the Table, Rocketships
Ab – Bad News
Bb – Blueberry Farm,
C# – Clock Ticks, Me and the Moon
D# – Oh Kill Me
F# – Don’t Deny, In the Meantime, Freezing Dub, Bonesaw
For Christmas this year, each one of us wrote and recorded an original Christmas-themed song. Now out on Dec 20, they are available as a free download as our gift to you! Listen to and download them here:
“Christmas as a Kid” – by Hoagman
“I Still Believe in Santa Claus” – by Bonesaw
“Reason for the Season” – by Sunny
“Christmas in Austin” – by Smellman