Not that long ago, a dude named Dent May released a record that involved a "Magnificent Ukulele." It was cool, but one thing it did not really have was saxophone. Granted, saxophone in rock music is often a terrible and/or completely dubious idea, but when done right it can rocket a song from pretty cool to HOLY SHIT real quickly. Presumably because we are all on the same wave length, Dent May also realized this and decided to get a dude to play sax on his new record, which is out this week on Forest Family records. It was apparently pressed on soft lavender vinyl, which is probably both beautiful and comforting. We can't wait to get a copy. If you feel the same way, holler at us in the comments with your favorite rock song that utilizes saxophone from any era ever in the history of recorded music, we'll pick a few lucky winners to grab one of these bad boys and then we can all skype each other and play the air sax at a predetermined time. Remember to use an actual email address so we can let you know if you won, and if you absolutely cannot wait to hear the jams, go here to check them out while you wait to (hopefully) win your vinyl, and if you heard the songs and can't wait to win or don't want to risk losing, buy the record right here.
Contest: Win a Copy of Dent May’s New 7-Inch Now Featuring Saxophone
October 11, 2010