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Vampires. Does there exist a species more mysterious, slandered, glorified and misunderstood? It was 2006 when we last checked in with vampire biographer and dad-joke comedian Eric Elbogen (he's mostly been devoting time to his slacker-guitar / synth-pop 'band' Say Hi). Back then he'd taken his exposé deep behind the trenches of post-Buffy vampire life (death?) with his record Impeccable Blahs. There, he found a culture ripe with individuals as complex, moral, stupid and romantic as their human counterparts. They just happened to get their sustenance from drinking blood.

But that was before the complications the Twilight series introduced. Suddenly, things were different. Garlic wasn't really a thing any more, mirrors couldn't be relied upon to not have reflections and, gasp, apparently the cloud cover of the Pacific Northwest was enough to give them a we-can-now-walk-around-in-the-sunlight loophole? Let's just say things didn't really sit quite right with the vast majority of blood suckers. They rebelled. Subtly at first. But, before us humans knew it, they'd infiltrated the very fabric of our society.

Bleeders Digest is their story.

RIP Say Hi 2002-2017 06 Feb 2017

Say Hi says "Goodbye", but leaves us with the sweetest of gifts: a chance to own the first four Say Hi to Your Mom records on vinyl. Details here.


bark156: Say Hi / Bleeders Digest

Bleeders Digest

“It's A Hunger”

VIDEOS:Transylvania (Torrents Of Rain, Yeah)

bark146: Say Hi / Endless Wonder bark137: Say Hi / Free Samples (Music From The Film)

Endless Wonder

“Such A Drag”

Free Samples (Music From The Film)

“Love Love Love”

bark108: Say Hi / Um, Uh Oh bark109: Say Hi / Devils

Um, Uh Oh

“Dots On Maps”


bark80: Say Hi / Oohs & Aahs

Oohs & Aahs

“Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh”