After a very busy 2009 that included lending vocals to The Decemberists’ Hazards of Love, releasing a tribute EP of George Harrison covers, and folking out with supergroup, Monsters of Folk, J/Yim J/Yames of My Morning Jacket has joined forces with his cousin (and former MMJ guitarist), Johnny Quaid, to launch Removador Recordings and Solutions, an “online platform to shine a light on some of the musicians that he admires and would like to share with the world.” Dude, J/Yames just don’t quit.
The new label has three exciting upcoming releases:
1/19 – Courtney Tidwell | Boys
2/16 – The Ravenna Colt | Slight Spell
3/16 – Follow the Train | Mercury
Here’s the official (and wonderfully random) company statement:
The Removador Recordings and Solutions web venture will offer consumers a rich new way of web-based living, specializing in music purchase, production, and facilitation, as well as problem solving, sports, rehab, recreation, vacation planning, vaccinations, ghosts, and social networking. Coming this fall, Removador will also debut our much talked about new 3-D printer technology, enabling consumers to purchase food and auto parts online, and simply print them out in the comfort of their own home with our new carbon and silicone based 3-D printer. Imagine ordering a few sprigs of broccoli, or needing a new carburetor, and being able to print them out in edible 3-D, all in the comfort of your own home! Anyone who comes to invest in or own a share of the Removador name will not only find some of the coldest music they ain’t never heard, they will be provided with a richness of living, and sharply increasing aural dividends for years to come. Removador Recordings and Solutions: some of the coldest music you ain’t never heard!