Rolling Watts

Reggie makes Rolling Stone's 2010 Hot List!



photograph by Peter Yang

"At some point, I want people to feel confused," says Reggie Watts, 38, splayed across his Manhattan hotel bed. A biracial Montanan with bright-pink fingernails and a giant…

Coffee vs. Goodbye Yesterday (World Premier) 

Here's a tune we kinda forgot about. It was recorded quickly in Daniel's bedroom a few years ago with Reggie laying the vocal idea down over a drum machine track and some "fake" scratch keys. This was all recorded directly…

Slashtub?

 An experiment worth trying: Slash of G'nR fame and Maktub of Maktub fame, recording 3 songs together. Go vote for Maktub and participate in the strangest musical plot hatched in many moons.


CDs, downloads ... and a lost track, found!

It's been a while since we've had the entire Maktub catalog available for sale on maktub.com. Between trying to communicate through the crazy web with external ordering systems and not having all the product on hand ... well, let's…

How low will it go?

Daniel (that's me) ran into Luke at Banana Republic in Seattle's U Village yesterday. He introduced himself and we talked about the Neumo's show where he last saw the band. Time warp! I ended up scouring the sale for a…

Free Maktub ... t-shirts!

We have about 50 Maktub shirts sitting in a box at my (Daniel's) house (mostly leftovers) and we're giving them away.  Yes, we've done this before (and once before that).  In 15 minutes (currently it's about noon on Friday November…

Khatmandu Maktub fans

Todd returned from India with a pic of the gents he met in a bar swapping Maktub music files. No idea what your names are (from Tucson?) but here you are. Continue rocking gents ...

Tony

Tony introduced himself Daniel (me) at the first annual Seattle City of Music Awards last night at the Showbox. Thanks for being a fan of Maktub!  There is a 37% chance that Tony's name is Chris. Conversely, I'm 63% sure…
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Maktub in Kathmandu

From a friend currently traveling in India ...

This morning I arrived in Kathmandu after a grueling 30 hour train and bus trip from India. Seattle weather here, stark contrast to the last few weeks. I stopped into a little bar to