show :: 10/31/14 @ Cake Shop > GT HALLOWEEN Coverfest!!

October 28th, 2014

This Friday come to GT HALLOWEEN Coverfest at Cake Shop!! Seven bands covering other bands, you know the deal. It’s Halloween. Get in cheap if you are dressed up. This one is gonna be F-U-N. Come out.

Listen.

Blink 182 (Clean Girls)


 
 

Nirvana (Vomitface)


 
 

Television (The Flag + mems Money & King as ”Smell-O-Vision”)


 
 

Devo (Alien Trilogy)


 
 

Daniel Johnston‘s Delay Pedal (Tape Deck Mountain)


 
 

The Beach Boys (Death to Slater)


 
 

Meat Puppets (Schmear)


 
 

10/31/14 @ Cake Shop
152 Ludlow Street, NYC
$8 /// $6 with costume /// 21+

(underage? check out Nightmare on Meadow St.)

fb rsvp: https://www.facebook.com/events/309575979235417/
omr rsvp: http://www.ohmyrockness.com/shows/219381

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BONUS:
Modern Family (mp3) by Clean Girls
Bad Blood (mp3) by The Flag
Cyberbully (mp3) by Alien Trilogy
Kellies (mp3) by Tape Deck Mountain
Dancing To The Max (mp3) by Death To Slater

GT Halloween Coverfest at Cakeshop

(awesome flyer by s. monohan)

friday night vids :: Dope Body + Open Mike Eagle + Future Punx + Ausmuteants + Girlpool + Shabazz Palaces + The Coathangers

October 25th, 2014

For your streaming pleasure, here is the next installment of Friday Night Vids (on a Saturday) for the year numbered 2014.
 
Streamable: Repo Man by Dope Body


 
 
Streamable: Live on KEXP by Open Mike Eagle


 
 
Streamable: Spike Train by Future Punx

Downloadable: Spike Train (mp3)

Purchase the 7″: famousclass.bandcamp.com
 
 
Streamable: Live at Death by Audio NYC by Ausmuteants


 
 
Streamable: Plants And Worms by Girlpool


 
 
Streamable: Motion Sickness by Shabazz Palaces


 
 
Streamable: Drive by The Coathangers


 
 
If you like what you see/hear you should probably purchase music from your local independent record store or better yet buy directly from the band next time you go out to a show.
 
You can always watch more (live) music video @ the GIMMETINNITUSTUBE Channel and the GIMME TINNITUS Vimeo, but frankly I have been to lazy to record whole songs at shows recently, so you might as well go to the GT Vine.

Friday Night Vids

show :: 10/26/14 @ Death By Audio > Beech Creeps + Sauna Heat + Juniper Rising + Nine of Swords

October 20th, 2014

On October 26th, join us at Death By Audio for a killer bill of rock and roll. The rawk of Sauna Heat (from Savannah, GA), the crashing boom of Beech Creeps, the twang of Juniper Rising, and the brutality of Nine of Swords. This show will melt your face off in the best way possible. Start your Halloween week off right.

Also, DBA is closing its doors on 11/22/14. It is your duty to go see as many shows as possible at Death by before it closes. Right?

October 26th. Death By Audio. Mark yr Calendar.

Listen.

GIMME TINNITUS Presents: GT <3 DBA

Beech Creeps

Sauna Heat (Savannah, GA)

Juniper Rising

Nine of Swords

Death by Audio
49 S 2nd Street
btw Kent & Wythe
8pm doors /// $8

FB RSVP @ facebook.com/events/293701520836316
OMR RSVP @ http://www.ohmyrockness.com/shows/223661

Death by Audio is on the internet
Death by Audio is on Twitter
Death by Audio is on Oh My Rockness

BONUS:
Gimme Sedatives (mp3) by Sauna Heat

Watch (mp3) by Nine of Swords

Death by Audio 10/26/14

audio stream :: Pampers > Right Tonight

October 17th, 2014

There is a new Pampers 7″ coming out soon on In The Red Records.

Not surprisingly, it fucking rips.

This here is the title track.

Listen.

Streamable: Right Tonight (bandcamp)

You can purchase items from In The Red @ midheaven.com.

Pampers is on Bandcamp
Pampers is on Hype Machine
Pampers is on In The Red Records
Pampers is on JKSHK
Pampers is on eMusic

BONUS: Monkey Drip (mp3)

Pampers
Right Tonight by Pampers

q and also a :: I IM EYE MY

October 16th, 2014

Al Creedon (Bleeding Rainbow) and Sean Hamilton (Spacin’) collectively are I IM EYE MY. They sent us these answers to questions in this next q and also a.

q: What is the last song you (really) heard?

Al: There is a kid on my block who recently discovered Bon Jovi and he rides his bike up and down the street belting out Livin’ on a Prayer. The first few times I heard him I cringed, but now I think his enthusiasm is rubbing off on me. Hearing this kids pitchy rendition of an 80′s pop hair-metal hit made me happy for him and made me want find and make music that I can be that enthusiastic about too.

Sean: Dark Fantasy by Kanye (played on piano by a guy on youtube)

q: What is your most common reaction to hearing your own music?

a: When I hear our recordings I’m reminded of everything that I wish we did differently. Thats why playing live is important to us right now because it allows us a chance to try out some of those ideas.

s: We record all of our music before ever playing it live and therefor hear it like a million times as we slowly add and change things until the song is “complete”. So often our reaction might be something like “hmm this part is way too long” or “this could use a guitar solo here” or whatever.

q: What is your favorite artist/band to see live?

a: Profligate, Priests, Rhys Chatham.

s: Nick Cave, Dope Body, Boredoms, Greg Fox, Spiritualized.

q: What is your favorite venue (in NYC, if applicable)?

a: Death By Audio has a special place in my heart. Edan always treated bands well and I can honestly say that I played some of the most fun shows of my life within those walls. Generally speaking, I don’t like overly sentimental people, so It bothers me how much I’m bothered by DBA closing. I’m really going to miss that place.

s: Best place ive played in ny is old silent barn? Glasslands is cool.The worst venue is probably lit, we just had about the worst show experience ever there. My fav venue in philly is probably rotunda.

q: What piece(s) of culture are you really really excited about right now?

a: I’m not too thrilled about any specific piece of culture right now, however, I am really curious about where the continued fragmentation of sub-genres will lead. Will everything eventually bleed into each other forming one mono-genre? Or are we collectively on the cusp of discovering new musical languages?

s: The scene that is going on in Boston right now is really solid. There is a group of people running all these different entities like blogs, show collectives, house venues, newsletters, record labels and they are all connected and there seem to be good shows happening almost every night and people seem to be very chill and supportive of each other. In Philly there has been a cool movement of people doing weird performance art/comedy. We are also gearing up for this year’s mummer’s parade.

q: Anything we should know about your latest project (whatever that might be)?

a: West coast tour happening now, then a live film score this winter in Philly.

s: live scoring a film in Philadelphia this winter

Streamables:

She’s on a Different Trip (youtube)

(source)

Streetcat Bonfire (soundcloud)

(source)

You can order I IM EYE MY’s 7 Transmissions @ midheaven.com.

I IM EYE MY is touring the West Coast right now, so if you are located there you should totally go to a show. Here is the tour flyer.

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I IM EYE MY is on Tumblr
I IM EYE MY is on Soundcloud
I IM EYE MY is on Not Not Fun

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