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Another “Behind the Scenes” episode posted to YouTube

October 25, 2007, 17:22 -05 by chris
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Finally got around to Final Cut-ting a few more minutes of stuff together last weekend, and posted “Doll Factory: Behind the Scenes – Part 2” to our YouTube Channel. Check it out (and subscribe, leave a comment, etc. if you like). I’ll be adding it to the Video Podcast feed shortly as well.

IAMX ‘The Alternative’ finally on iTunes

October 25, 2007, 17:14 -05 by chris
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IAMX The Alternative

Not directly Doll Factory related (other than being one of my and Garrick’s favorite bands going), but ‘The Alternative’ from IAMX (Chris from Sneaker Pimps’ “alter ego” band) is, at long last, finally available for download from the USA iTunes store. More than enough to sucker me into using the iTunes WiFi instant-gratification thing on the iPhone for the first time, anyway. They’re also on tour, and reportedly not to be missed (I’ll be at the Seattle show on Hallowe’en, myself).

Doll Factory ringtones for iPhone and hi-res, DRM-free tracks on iTunes

October 25, 2007, 16:56 -05 by doll factory
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Several tracks from Weightless and Premonition E.P. are now available as “iTunes Plus” higher-definition, DRM-free tracks and iPhone-ready ringtones from Apple’s iTunes Store. We’re not sure why some tracks from each release are ‘enabled’ as ringtones, but not others, and it’s functionally impossible for indie artists to contact Apple directly and ask, but hey, we’re not complaining.

Doll Factory DJ set November 3rd, Fez Ballroom PDX

October 25, 2007, 16:12 -05 by chris
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Chris from Doll Factory will be at the Fez Ballroom (316 Southwest 11th, Portland, Oregon USA) on November 3rd, 2007, spinning whatever he damn well pleases (stuff like Interpol, Ladytron, IAMX, Editors, Ima Robot, Alpinestars, LCD Soundsystem, and the like, plus a bit of Bollywood, left-of-center electronic cuts, and plenty of dusty old post-punk and batcave tracks) in one room, while Jill Tracy, Paul Mercer, Lance Coombs, and (?) ‘guests’ perform live, cabaret-style sets in the other. Doors at 9pm, and (sorry) 21+ only.