Back at the end of April, before the Dead Week Print Show at Rubber Gloves, I asked Peopleodian's James Washington about Forever Home, his new project with Bad Design's John Gillespie: [It's] Peopleodian's idiot twin, a miserable and mangled mockery of the Peopleodian aesthetic. Gone are the drums, the guitar, the voice, all replaced by plastic. And I think it's got something to do with animals.
"The project is still very new, and there's a lot I don't know about it, including its place on the project/side-project scale. It started as a way to approach a similar sound from different angles, to be sillier, and to play some shows that Peopleodian could not."
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You can check out Diamond Age tomorrow at Double Wide, with Peopleodian and Def Rain; Pinkish Black is on the bill for Rubber Gloves' 15th anniversary show, also tomorrow.