After having to postpone our February stand at CBGB spiritual heir The Bowery Electric, we're back at last on Tuesday July 28 and bringing along some friends.
Veterans of the NYC music scene Autodrone deliver their blistering mix of shoegaze-influenced guitar attack and woozy psychedelic melodies, while solo electronic powerhouse We Are Temporary weaves rich gothic tapestries of sound, dense beats, and jubilant dread. Neither are to be missed.
We'll be airing more new material from our record in the works, along with favorites from the Strange Arrangements LP (which you can grab on CD or as a high-res digital download via Bandcamp, MP3s via iTunes or Amazon, or stream on Spotify).
We'll be looking for you there.
A taste of the remixed intro to Sunrise from our recent stand at Brooklyn's The Rock Shop.
(video: Vladimir Valette)
We're back from the wilderness, cracked heads reassembled and new tunes tucked under our arms--and we'll be airing several of them as part of an excellent bill at Brooklyn's The Rock Shop Friday June 19.
The lineup is a veritable buffet of indie and electronic goodness--we'll share the stage with the effusive electropop of old friends The Mystic Underground, the dystopian disco of The Kolour Kult, and the shimmering guitars of Richey Rose (who we last caught opening for Manic Street Preachers alongside Jennie Vee).
We've missed you...let's get reacquainted.
Taking a break from sessions for the next LP for some extracurriculars in the coming months, first being manning the decks at the 9th anniversary of the East Village's eclectic electronic cabaret, SPLICE.
Experimental live performances courtesy of Daughter Vision, SPLICE co-founder I, Synthesist, and Exaltron--bookending and between the acts we'll be spinning the gamut, from electronic pioneers to soundtracks to woozy synthpop to left-field techno. Sunday 5.31, 8pm, no cover, 21+.
Check out our previous set from SPLICE last October, an immersive 1.5 hour trip featuring a wide range of sounds and artists, including Ennio Morricone, Zola Jesus, Wendy Carlos, Grails, and Plastikman.