Sunday, February 28, 2010


Thanks to Winston the Large letting us into his home for the night.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Royal Forest heads to Oklahoma this weekend!

We'll be playing at Opolis in Norman on Saturday with our good friends in The Workweek and Jeff Richardson and at our beloved Soundpony in Tulsa on Sunday. Come out and drink 3.2% beer with us.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Loxsly Christmas Song- "Mrs. Kris Kringle"

Happy holidays, friends!

Last month we recorded a Christmas song for our friends at Indiecater Records. It’s included on their recent compilation, An Indiecater Christmas, along with a lot of other great tunes. (Big thanks to Peter and the Wolf's Red Hunter for singing on the track)

Stream the record for free here. If you like how it sounds, buy it for a mere 6 euros. And be sure to include it on your holiday party play list.

Also, if you’re out shopping for gifts, don’t forget to check out the great record stores on our "Where to Buy" list.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Where to Buy

Ever since we received the Tomorrow’s Fossils vinyls last summer, we’ve been trying to get them out to as many record stores as possible. Below is a list of some of the stores carrying the record.

We’ll be updating this page from time to time, so be sure to check back if we haven’t gotten it out to your favorite record store yet. And if you have any recommendations, let us know-- we’ll keep them in mind next time we get on the road.

For the minimalists out there, you can grab the mp3s on itunes.


Record Stores Carrying Tomorrow’s Fossils on Vinyl (digital download included)
Updated 12/09

• Waterloo Records. Austin, TX.
• End of and Ear. Austin, TX.
• Sundance Records. San Marcos, TX.
• Cactus Music & Record Ranch. Houston, TX.
• Hog Wild Records. San Antonio, TX.
• Disc Exchange. Knoxville, TN.
• Desolation Row CDs. Pittsburgh, PA.

Or purchase the vinyl online at insound.

Friday, November 20, 2009

loxsly at the mohawk tonight

Loxsly will be playing at the Mohawk at 9th and Red River in Austin tonight. This is our first Austin show in quite a while and the first one at which the vinyl release of Tomorrow's Fossils will be available. We're on around 10:30 or so. Opening is Mobley and touring band Free Energy of Philadelphia headlines.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Some jerk stole our mirror

Made parallel parking in Brooklyn in the rain on a Saturday night
interesting. We wound up MacGrubber-ing it with some duct tape and an
18 wheeler hub cap.

No Sleep Til Austin

And another 28 hour drive begins.

La Fin du Monde

Fine Canadian beer at Spike Hill.