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Oneida’s Kid Millions Remembers Jay Reatard

Kid Millions of ONEIDA shared this eulogy to Jay Reatard this morning on www.enemyhogs.com.

An Eulogy to Jay Reatard

I walked away from my first meeting with Jay Reatard unsettled. It was early 2000 in Memphis – Oneida was playing a one-off festival for reasons I’ll let Bobby tell his grandchildren someday. But the point being – my good friend John Garland introduced me to Jay as the leader of the Reatards. They were about to go to Europe – I think for the first time but that’s not really an important detail. Anyway – I was standing outside this downtown Memphis show space, chatting with a young guy with an enormous personality, a visible chip on his shoulder while feeling his subtle emanations of ungovernable menace. From the first – Jay presented the not unusual combination of insecurity and confidence.

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ONEIDA’s Kid Millions On New Limited Edition White Hills LP

ONEIDA’s Kid Millions appears on the new White Hills LP entitled A Little Bliss Forever. The LP is limited to a mere 333 copies that come in white sleeves with paste on art and a red vellum insert.

Get your hands on this NOW. They’re bound to go fast.

ONEIDA featured by Bloomington’s WFIU – listen to the podcast!

Oneida was featured by Bloomington’s NPR affiliate WFIU and Josephine McRobbie. You can check out a great interview with Kid Millions in the podcast here.

BLACK MOUNTAIN’s “Wucan” live at ATP, featuring KID MILLIONS of ONEIDA

Oneida’s Kid Millions joined Black Mountain on stage as a second drummer for their performance of “Wucan” (from the new album “In The Future”) at the Nightmare Before Christmas ATP in December. In case you missed it, check out this video of the performance:
WUCAN live at ATP featuring Kid Millions

If you’re looking for additional live Black Mountain footage, here are two additional videos definitely worth checking out:
“Stormy High” live at Koko, 2006
“Don’t Run Our Hearts Around” live at ATP, Dec. 2007

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