We have an interview segment on the new episode of Trek Fm’s The Ready Room. Use the following link to listen!
This past weekend “Geek Dad,” Kevin Makice, came up from Bloomington to interview us and check out one of our practices. He asked us questions, we answered, and then he edited our answers to make us sound pretty cool. Thanks Kevin!
Check out the interview, and get a sneak peek at one of the new tunes we’re working on for Year Two. Then go check out the article here.
Practicing Tomorrow is Yesterday
If you grab a NUVO this week, you may notice something awesome. That’s Five Year Mission gracing the cover!
Last week we were interviewed by Wade CoggeShall for NUVO Newsweekly, a free Indianapolis alternative newspaper, and to our pleasure and surprise, our little chat turned into a story worthy of the front page. Here’s a little blurb:
“Fountain Square’s Hero House is a comic book lover’s dream.
Every conceivable symbol of fanboy-dom is there. Comic books and graphic novels, both classic and contemporary, fill brightly-lit shelves in one corner of the haven.
It’s in this space that the band Five Year Mission was born. Since recently releasing their debut CD, Year One, the quartet has quickly made waves behind an unusual concept — to write a song for every episode of the original Star Trek series.
‘It was a Star Trek idea from the beginning,” said Mike Rittenhouse, co-owner of Hero House Comics and a Five Year Mission member. (NUVO contributor Wayne Bertsch co-owns the store with Rittenhouse.) “The idea of doing a song for every episode of the original Star Trek was the idea for the band. I was going to do it all myself, then I thought it would be fun to do it with somebody.’”
Check out the rest of the article here, and grab a hard copy to save and cherish forever.