In the last 24 hours it seems some fans did some research on the record company, 13th Tone Records, listed on the label of Kiki Kane's newly-acquired "Seven Suns" album from Violet Sedan Chair.
Check this out. On April 14, 2009 a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for 13th Tone Records(See link below). Hmm. That date ring a bell? Just 6 days before JJ Abrams' famous Wired Magazine article came out.(If you don't know what I'm talking about see my post below dated 01/17/11.) Coincidence? I think not. I think it's pretty safe to say Kiki's album is the real thing.
The trademark is owned by Constant Bickering, LLC. Now, it gets even more interesting. If you use that link below, you'll see CB has 6 records. Two are listed as "Violet Sedan Chair," two are listed as "Velvet Sedan Chair"(is the first word a typo or on purpose?), and the last two are listed as "13th Tone Music." What does that all mean to us Fringe fans? I'm not sure, but hopefully we'll find out. And the fact that the record company that put out "Seven Suns" is called "13th Tone Records"? Is that a clue to something? If someone reading this understands the significance of a 13th tone in musicalese, please enlighten us.
Also, the Side 2 songs are now available on the internet for your listening pleasure. Use the link below and share your thoughts.
Trademark info on 13th Tone Records: http://www.trademarkia.com/13th-tone-records-77713692.html
Constant Bickering, LLC: http://www.trademarkia.com/company-constant-bickering-llc-2838241-page-1-2
Entire "Seven Suns" songlist with audio(thanks to LetItPlayOut): http://soundcloud.com/letitplayout/sets/violet-sedan-chair-seven-suns-lp-side-2/