Saturday, May 28, 2011

Last Show

TONIGHT 5/28/11 Sorry No Ferrari will be playing our last show ever at 529 in East Atlanta. $5/21+ starts at 9pm. We probably go on around 11pm. Words can not express how grateful we will all be to see anyone who can make it. Come out and party with us one last time. Sorry for the short notice.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Remix Week 4: "Ternary 3"


1. The files are password-protected so you need to e-mail us at to access the stems.
2. Remixes will be released on for free download.
3. We ask that you send us the final version of the song before posting it anywhere.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Ashar (Music for People Remix)

Also be on the lookout for new stems coming out tomorrow (3/5)

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Ternary Remix #1 (Talos)

We've started receiving a few remixes over the last few weeks and want to thank everyone who has worked so hard on them. Here is the first release of the remix project.

Talos (Colin Baylor Remix)

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

A Big Change

With a tremendous feeling of appreciation and friendship we regret to announce that our bass player, Drew Mobley, has chosen to move on from Sorry no Ferrari. After almost 7 years of partnership he will be performing his last show on Wednesday, February 16th at the earl. Please come out to support him and figure out why he'd want to walk away from all of the fame, money, women/men, and drugs. He's released this statement so we can better understand his decision:

"There are few memories I have in the past six and a half years that have truly held such significance in my life than those I have had with my band Sorry No Ferrari. There are friendships that have developed and music that was made during that time that have impacted me hugely and will have a lasting resonance for the rest of my life. And it is with a conflicted mind that I have decided to leave the band. I feel that I am at a point in my life where other avenues of interest need to take precedence before I can persue music any further. I thank the members of my band and the fans we have accumulated over the years for invoking such contentment and adding to the enrichment of my life. These experiences have meant more to me than I can express and I am grateful for every second I have spent on stage or practicing with my friends and you will not soon be forgotten and I wish nothing but the best for my bandmates and the band itself. I hope my future as a professional mime proves lucradive and as fullfilling as my career in my music. Thank you.

Drew Mobley"

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Remix Stems: Week 3 - "Ternary Pt 1 & 2"

Alright, This week comes with a little bit of a catch. The tracks contain 2 songs. When you download the stems it will contain a single file for both Ternary Part 1 and Part 2. If you choose to remix part 1, the track should go from [0:00 - 7:48]. If you want to only do Part 2 you'll need to cut everything before [7:49]. Or, you whatever you want and make it really long and really cool. We're totally down with that too.


Remember to email us for the passwords if you're interested

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Some Recent Press about SNF.

Since the release of "Ternary" we have been lucky enough to get some attention from the press. Here is some of the most recent write ups.

Thank you to everyone who has written about us! It is a humbling thing to hear such kind words from your peers about what you love to do.

If you want to keep up with everything SNF email and put "Future Prometheus" in the subject line.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Future Prometheus Email List

Sorry No Ferrari is starting a new email list for called, "Future Prometheus". Future Prometheus is for anyone who wants to be the first to know about everything SNF. But thats not all. If you are on the Future Prometheus list you will get all kinds of perks that are not offered through facebook, twitter or myspace. Things like free tickets to shows, free merch and first looks and listens to new songs and music videos. AND all kinds of content and information reserved specifically for people on this email list. If you want to join the list just send an email to and put Future Prometheus in the subject line.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Remix Stems: Week 2 - "Talos"

This week's stems include the files for two tracks on the album. The original is meant to be one song; however, a nine minute track seemed a bit too long. So here it is, with all of the extra tracks and even the guest guitar solo by From Exile frontman, Eric Guenther!

If you want to you can just do one of the sections of the song. On the album Talos I goes from 0:00 - 4:09 and Talos II goes from 4:10 - 9:16. It's up to you though.

The same rules apply to all of the remixes:
1. The files are password-protected so you need to e-mail us at to access the stems.
2. Remixes will be released on for free download.
3. We ask that you send us the final version of the song before posting it anywhere.

Many thanks as always,

Brett & SNF

Have Fun!!!!

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Remix Stems: Week 1 - "Setun"

Starting today, Sorry no Ferrari will be releasing the stems to every song from Ternary for download. Week 1 will be the fifth track on the album Setun. The next stem will be released on Saturday, two weeks from now.

Here's the rules:

1. The files are password protected. You need to email us to access them. (
2. The Remixes will be released on for FREE download. (no one is making money here)
3. We ask that you send us the final copy before posting it.

Have Fun!

Monday, December 13, 2010

Free Download: Ternary II: Original Concept

I Sept. 2007, Brett recorded this short idea as part of a solo record and it eventually became the first complete track for the new record.

GTRSp by Sorry no Ferrari

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"Ternary" Album Review from

The thing I’ve always loved about instrumental music—be it post-rock, jazz fusion, electronic, math rock, classical, you name it—is its ability to transport you. So much is left to the imagination; songs are like blank canvases—you can paint your own pictures, work out your own interpretations. Without vocals to narrate the music, you’re left with left with little more that your own preconceived notions of style and genre to guide you. Nothing is overt; it’s all implied innuendo and that’s what I find the most liberating.

Over the course of two EPs, Atlanta’s Sorry No Ferrari have built their reputation as skilled sonic shredders, fusing together elements of indie, math and post-rock to create complex instrumental jams. But while their music has been technically impressive, it has also sometimes meandered aimlessly in search of a distinct melodic focus.

Their debut full-length, however, is an altogether different beast. Ternary attacks in sharp bursts with songs that are continuously branching out, morphing, evolving. It’s a chaotic thrill ride, but it’s so well-constructed, the transitions so seamless, that it never feels cluttered or convoluted. The music is distinctly mathy—full of turn-on-a-dime dynamics and constantly shifting time signatures—but this time around the four-piece has placed a much greater emphasis on melody and theme. They’ve been able to do this in part by adopting a much more ambitious prog rock aesthetic, inserting unexpected interludes, extending passages and incorporating more ambient textures. The result has been songs that are not just more organized and tightly-knit, but much more adventurous and nuanced as well.

Playing out like the soundtrack to some epic sci-fi chase sequence, Ternary slams you headlong through some futuristic cityscape, veering perilously through side streets and back alleyways in a desperate race to reach the heart of a labyrinthine metropolis. The album moves at a breathtaking pace; there are surprises at every turn, and the occasional detour or dead end forces you to double back and discover a new path. And just when exhaustion sets in and the feeling of claustrophobia begins to overwhelm you, you’re spit out, dizzy and bleary-eyed, into a vast open space, where everything becomes calm and serene. Given its frantic pace, Ternary can often seem like a tumultuous whirlwind, and it’s these points of tranquility and quiet reflection that lend it a much needed sense of space and thematic cohesion.

Dense and difficult, this is not a record for the casual listener; it demands patience and careful attention before its myriad mysteries can be revealed. But for those that take the time to partake in the journey and absorb the brunt force of its manifold ideas, the rewards are many. Simply put, Ternary is a fantastic effort and easily one of the best local records of the year.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Latest Disgrace Says....

"The word ‘epic’ has become so ingrained in our vernacular that too often it gets tossed off casually without much consideration or frame of reference. We all caught up in the moment and spout off at the mouth, but, really, if there were that much epicness going on out there, the state of music in 2k10 would be a lot more exciting that it really is. With that said, there just is no better way to describe Sorry No Ferrari’s new full-length effort, Ternary. A virtual maelstrom of paroxysmal guitars, propulsive bass and inventive drums, the band’s mathy blend of instrumental post and prog rock is relentless, unleashing layer upon layer of intricate, convulsive music that is jarring yet thrilling."

You can read the whole article over at