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[via Life Size Maps]

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[via The Styrenes]

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:: THURSDAY ::

fiasco | total slacker
life size maps | movement

april 29 – death by audio – $7
all ages

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:: FRIDAY ::

home blitz | the styrenes [reunion tour! mems electric eels & mirrors]
kohoutek

april 30 – death by audio – $8
all ages

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DEATH BY AUDIO
49 s 2nd st btw kent & wythe

doors at 8, show at 9

L to Bedford
-or-
JMZ to Marcy
-or-
G to Broadway
[map]

[NOTE~ dba is NOT byob, but there is beer on the cheap for the 21 and overs inside!]

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THURSDAY

:: fiasco ::

[via thepiratehat]

“God loves Fiasco, and so does Insound. These three NYC teens are creating ferocious punk with completely tight time signatures that sounds well beyond their years. Sonic Youth meets Shellac meets Lightning Bolt meets awesome. They destroy live too!” -Insound

purchase Native Canadians LP via Impose Records ►►► here
download God Loves Fiasco ►►► here
download mp3 ►►► here

video for “Oh, You Horny Monster”

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:: total slacker ::

[via brooklyn vegan]

check out an interview & download mp3s ►►► here

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:: life size maps ::

[via myspace / Andra Mihali]

“To understand what Life Size Maps is doing you’ll need to swallow Pachelbel’s big hit and all the spinoffs it spawned, a legacy of adaptation and parody, you’ll need to digest the Beach Boys in their entirety, not just the tasty bits but also the debilitating addiction and depression that sent Brian Wilson into rehab, you’ll need to swallow punk, from it’s birth in 1970’s counterculture to it’s marriage with pop in 1990’s alt rock, you’ll need to… Get the idea? Life Size Maps is an exhilarating hodgepodge of popular music spanning centuries.  Swallow it all.  Or if you’d rather, just let it wash over you, listen, and enjoy.” -Ampeater

download their EP for free via their site ►►► here
download mp3s ►►► here & here

live video

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:: movement ::

[via myspace]

“‘You’ll Never Get Me’ by Movement is a sun-shiny, upbeat pop-rock song in the vein of New Order and The Cure/Smiths – damn hard not to move to/be moved by this track.” -Jezebelmusic.com

download their EP for free via their site ►►► here

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FRIDAY

:: home blitz ::

[via last.fm]

“What if Daniel Johnston, The Dead Milkmen and Jad Fair all had a crazy baby made of three sets of seed? Home Blitz, that’s what would happen. Super Lo-Fi pop-rock for people who just can’t seem to completely leave their hyperactivity locked away.” -Last.fm

purchase “Out Of Phase” LP via Parts Unknown Records ►►► here
check out an interview ►►► here
download mp3s ►►► here & here

live video

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:: the styrenes ::

[via myspace]

“Formed in 1974 by Marotta, the first lineup of the The Styrenes included Mirrors leader Jamie Klimek and future Golden Palominos legend Anton Fier. Undergoing five name changes before releasing its first single (“Drano in Your Veins”), the band specialized in ferocious, piano-punctuated rock that, in its earliest form, could be accurately described as proto-punk … Currently on its 35th Anniversary Tour, the band’s lineup numbers six, including original members Marotta and Klimek, Electric Eels founder John Morton, long-time Styrenes members U.K. Rattay, bassist Al Margolis (If, Bwana) and drummer John Dylan Keith.” -Flagpole

live video

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:: kohoutek ::

[via their site]

“Kohoutek is a lysergic improv band, that kind of jam that trips away uncommittedly until the drums kick in halfway through and everything lifts off. Lossless Loss is a continuous 44-minute improvisation that’s slow to start, long to conclude, but it’s definitely inspired. Jackie-O Motherfucker crossed with Emeralds. Solid stuff.” -Monsieur Delire

purchase Lossless Loss LP via Prophase Music ►►► here
download a bunch of mp3s via their site ►►► here

live video

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