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Jan 29, 2014 3:41pm

You have probably seen the billboards, the blogger posts, the banner ads, the news spots, and maybe even the TV commercials (apparently people still watch TV?). Even a faux demonstration of grammarians protesting the gross...


Jan 08, 2014 2:19pm

After almost two years of operation, Black Camaro’s Brian Garth has decided to close his Chrome Werewolf Studios in the Arts District. Originally opened as a way to complete his band’s long-awaited Black Camericans, released last July, Garth estimates he has recorded over 50 bands there, keeping him busy and taking its toll on his health and his GPA. “I’d like to get into a great grad school or law school,” he says. “The Wolf doesn’t help where studying is concerned, especially now that I’m busy as shit.”

Right now Garth is focusing on getting any loose-ended recordings wrapped up by Nov. 1, when he’ll close the doors. Garth hopes to get back into recording at some point. But besides hauling his gear over to Roxie and Jesse Amoroso’s house to record the upcoming Crazy Chief album, no concrete — in thought or building material — dates have been set yet.

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