Cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon has expressed delight that a new Limited Edition timepiece announced by Bulova and the Recording Academy™ will be gifted to each 60th GRAMMY Awards® winner.
Indie Band The Long Afternoon Shrouds Intended Use of Gorman-Rupp’s New ValuPrime™ Line of Priming-Assisted Centrifugal Pumps
Cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon is cheering a new line of cost-effective priming-assisted centrifugal pumps introduced by Gorman-Rupp, pump manufacturer of Mansfield, Ohio, but has not clarified their interest in the new devices.
Cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon today offered congratulations to Ron Perry on being named Chairman and CEO of Columbia Records, label home to many accomplished and iconic artists. The Long Afternoon is not associated with Columbia Records, having pursued a strategy of deliberate obscurity, opting out of conventional rock and roll careerism and eschewing traditional notions of success.
Indie Rock Organization The Long Afternoon Supports Wisconsin Projects, Demands New Scott Walker Album
In response to the Wisconsin Building Commission's approval of key projects, cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon expressed support but cautioned that Scott Walker's activities as the state's governor appear to be delaying the pop-icon-turned-avant-garde-composer's latest album.
As with many of the band's videos, "let's go crash" draws heavily on found video and public domain resources available through archive.org. The text excerpts that appear over certain images are drawn from the writings of J. G. Ballard, whose work partially inspired the track as detailed below.
The Long Afternoon is delighted to announce that we will be performing once again at the State Theatre in State College, Pa. on February 9, 2018, as part of the "Rock the '80's" concert, which benefits the extremely worthwhile and awe-inspiring Bob Perks Cancer Fund.
The recording of "She's Like Heroin to Me" sounds rough and primitive, not unlike the 1920s and 1930s blues records that inspired the Gun Club.
The Byrds' "Wasn't Born to Follow" isn't as well known as hits like "Eight Miles High." Too bad, because "Wasn't Born to Follow" is much more interesting.
The Dream Syndicate's "When You Smile" changed my life. That's not hyperbole.
Jefferson Airplane were punk rock. I realize this is a laughable statement on many levels, but "We Can Be Together" proves it.