shows :: Brooklyn Night Bazaar > 8/29/14 and 8/30/14! End of Summer Blowout!

August 27th, 2014

Coming this weekend… it’s the Brooklyn Night Bazaar End of Summer Blowout!

Presented by Ipsum & Dead Labour
Sponsored by Lyynks (rsvp and get a free beer, 21+ duh)

August 29th: Single Mothers/Dope Body/Ed Schrader’s Music Beat/Vulture Shit/Two Inch Astronaut

Single Mothers

Dope Body

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat

Vulture Shit

Two Inch Astronaut

With DJ Mathcore

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August 30th: No Joy/Black Pus/Flagland/Cousin Brian

No Joy

Black Pus


Cousin Brian


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Nice Dresses (mp3) by Single Mothers

DILLONAERO (mp3) by Dope Body

When I’m In A Car (mp3) by Ed Schrader’s Music Beat

Slow Down (mp3) by Vulture Shit

Blood From A Loyal Hound (mp3) by Two Inch Astronaut

Hare Tarot Lies (mp3) by No Joy

1000 Years (mp3) by Black Pus

My Apartment (mp3) by Flagland

Tired (mp3) by Cousin Brian


audio stream :: Blood Sister > Paralysis

August 27th, 2014

Former-Night Manager, Ezana Edwards, wrote and recorded all of the songs on Blood Sister‘s debut self-titled EP himself. But fear not, he is not touring as a one-man band. The current Blood Sister line-up includes: Edwards (guitar/vocals), Vanessa Robinson (bass), Syam Zapalowski (guitar/synthesizer), and (ex-The Mallard) K. Dylan Edrich (drums). The EP will be released by Bloodmoss Records on cassette and digital sometime around September 30th. Please make sure you turn the volume up when listening to it, thanks.


Streamable: Paralysis (soundcloud)

Preorderage for the Blood Sister EP is available @

Pay-What-You-Want for the digital single @

Hopefully, the San-Fran based Blood Sister will travel east and play some shows around NYC in the not too distant future.

Blood Sister is on Bandcamp
Blood Sister is on Tumblr
Blood Sister is on Facebook
Blood Sister is on Twitter
Blood Sister is on Soundcloud
Blood Sister is on Youtube
Blood Sister is on Hype Machine
Blood Sister is on Bloodmoss

BONUS: Why Would You (mp3)

Blood Sister EP

audio stream :: Matt Robidoux > Welcome To The Sand

August 22nd, 2014

The track “welcome to the sand” performed by hiatused-Speedy Ortiz guitarist Matt Robidoux (whom you may also know from Pony Bones, Graph, etc.) recent showed up on the internet. The song was recorded for the upcoming music of chris weisman comp on osr tapes.


Streamable: welcome to the sand (soundcloud)

The comp will be available @ and

Matt Robidoux is on Twitter
Matt Robidoux is on Soundcloud
Matt Robidoux is on OSR Tapes
Matt Robidoux is on Hidden Temple


Old (mp3) by Graph

1 (mp3) by Pony Bones

matt robidoux
Welcome To The Sand

(photo of matt: flickr)

friday night vids : Ubu Roi + Shark? + White Fence + OFF!

August 22nd, 2014

For your streaming pleasure, here is the next installment of Friday Night Vids for the year numbered 2014.
Streamable: Monster Song by Ubu Roi

(as seen)
Streamable: Big Summer (Summer Ale) by Shark?

Streamable: Like That by White Fence

Streamable: Wrong (ft. Jack Black) by OFF!

If you like what you see/hear you should probably purchase music from the above artists at any of these fine online retailers or your local independent record store or better yet buy directly from the band next time you go out to a show:

Insound | eMusic | Other Music
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

q and also a :: Stickers

August 18th, 2014

Seattle’s Stickers vocalist/saxophonist Gabi Page-Fort sent us these answers to our questions in this q and also a.

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

a: I’m obsessed with Steeleye Span‘s “Long Lankin” now and always. It’s a tremendously frightening tale of child murderer sung in a lilting and beautiful folk prelude to heavy metal. Also Emily is having one of her frequent Janet Jackson Control moments. If you’re making big moves with your life be sure to let that song help you.

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

a: I’m always impressed. In my head we’re Bon Jovi playing Jones Beach. I always figure I’m making up any and all goodness I hear with my naive fantasies – then I hear recordings and am like, look out Bon Jovi! My dad once asked me how I found such sexy talented musicians to hold it down so I could cut loose. Recordings give me the only possible outside view on my dumb luck. I imagine proving to my grand kids that I haven’t made it all up by busting out fleshy pink vinyl and powering up the ancient turntable and blowing their future sass minds.

Downloadable: Bon Jovi (mp3)
q: What is your favorite artist/band to see live?

a: We’re collectively obsessed with Health Problems. They had their last show before a brief education hiatus the other night – with our sister band Smiling, which feature’s our very own Troy’s beautiful voice. It was electric. Ian grabs your attention with every bone in his face then the lock in and throw you against your own skin.

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

a: Cake Shop. Emily and I were both young in New York in our twenties – we didn’t know each other but she sold me ginger cookies at Oren’s and we both loved the shopping cupcake cherry cool basement heaven offered by Cake Shop in summer.
q: What piece(s) of culture are you really really excited about right now?

a: Vibrations fest. Frank Correa had art there – he’s a genius, he made our band pics – and Aidan Fitzgerald too. Also free movement society was featured there: Freedom is pure culture. I’m also still reeling from the romantic poops in love paintings I saw in the Richard Hamilton retrospective at the Tate Modern this spring. He was an architect and a brilliant reinterpreter of mass culture. The poops are based on soft focus toilet paper ads.
q: Anything we should know about your latest project (whatever that might be?)

a: We have nearly a new record’s worth of new songs we’re honing, including one called “Pigeon,” In Which the wisdom and peace of yoga help me express my remorse for the tragic wounded pigeon windowsill dustpan flick to sure death of 2008 (New York) to the tune of air conditioned riddle riffs. We’re also working on two music videos with Emily at the helm and a Fainting Series 7″.


Sacajawea (mp3)

Outlet (mp3)

Old Nirvana (mp3)
You can purchase Swollen @

More about The Fainting Room 7″ series @

Upcoming Tour Dates w/ Pissed Jeans

11.01.14 – Seattle, WA – Barboza
11.02.14 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir
11.04.14 – San Francisco, CA – Slims
11.05.14 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Globos
11.06.14 – San Diego, CA – Casbah

You should probably check out the rest of the q and also a series.

Stickers is on Bandcamp
Stickers is on Twitter
Stickers is on Facebook
Stickers is on Hype Machine
Stickers is on End of Time
Stickers is on Cario
Stickers is on eMusic