Tuneage Info

What?!?!? Those really talented musicians guys finally sold out and their songs are now available for me to listen to anywhere I so choose? What does that mean?

It means that you have great taste in music, that you also listened to City Vinyl at some point, and that your questionable judgment may now let you do so once again!

While many City Vinyl songs should never be widely available for listening, many of the songs that are now re-available(?) may also fall into that category. The good news is that you are now in a position to make that call yourself. And if you can't decide after one listen, please listen as many times as possible as it takes to make that decision. Your listening is much appreciated. Also, please know that you can also listen/stream our music with the volume down (many have said this is preferable, but most of them were just joking).

Our Service to You - Musical Awesomeness

Brief nuggets on select songs to entice (or deter) listenership.*

*Note: most pictures don't have anything to do with the songs they are associated with on this website. Also, the photographic documentation coffers from the City Vinyl archives are pretty bare. 

Love and surfing. Surfing and love. The two never mixed until now. And the mix sounds good on Spotify and Apple Music (and wherever else you stream or purchase music). 

While sleeping on the streets can make touring seem glamorous, it makes it hard to keep steady relationships.  

Sometimes relationships can be challenging. Sometimes they can make you say, "It feels like hell is freezing over at such a glacial pace." 

Mike Koivisto City Vinyl

The top-selling* single from 2007 is now available again! 

Wooden Racquet presents a complicated and straight-forward metaphor for getting back on the dating-horse after being off the market for an extended period of time. 

*Top-selling is a relative term.

Patrick Childs City Vinyl

An ill-advised song and an ill-advised choice to be on any album. Also, still very much worth a listen. 

A tribute to all the moms who encouraged their kids to rock out, but had kids who were too lame to do so. In hindsight, perhaps not the best topic for a song, but it's got street cred by name-dropping the Replacements, Ramones and Sex Pistols. 


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