Someone (Pete?) mentioned the site had been slow and I'd noticed the same, so I filed a support ticked with my host. Here was their response:
Thank you for emailing in regards to your situation James. I was taking a look at the server history for the 7up webserver. It does appoear that the server was having a few load issues specifically in three Apache Servers. This caused your domain to have timeout issues. Further investigating the issue, it does seem that there was a user that was taking up most of the available connections on the 7up server. Not only did this prevent your website from loading, but it also caused the load on the server to go up.
However, this user has been dealt with and his content has been throttled. Therefore, the load on 7up is back down to regular operating speeds:
11:26:46 up 1 day, 14:42, 3 users, load average: 5.27, 6.33, 5.33
Therefore, you can see that the load averages for the past 1, 5, and 15 minutes are well below the 10.00 threshold. For the sake of good measure, I took the liberty of restarting the Apache Server for you to give bassplaying.com a full refresh. So I do encourage you to take a look at the website on your own end to make sure that it is working for
you as well.
Again, I do apologize profusely for the inconvenience that this has caused you James. If you have any other questions pertaining to this matter, please do not hesitate to email me back and I will be more than happy to give you a helping hand, alright? :)
[name of tech redacted by wheat]
I'd call that pretty great customer service. And the site isn't crawling. They also got back with me really quickly about it.