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batreleaser 12.30.2007 11:39 AM

just started playin with my new band last night, blindshitzu, my brother on drums, or homey on bass and vocals, me on guitar vocals and electronics, my first band since i left my pussy galoreish band with my friends from school (meaning we made unlistenable noise and did tons and tons of heroin)

Dead-Air 01.02.2008 09:52 PM

Below are the details on my 41st birthday party/show Saturday, January 12th at Bob's Java Jive. It will be the last Dead Air Fresheners show for some months as my wife will be giving birth to a baby boy a couple very short months later.

Saturday, January 12th at 9 PM

Room 220 Guitars presents:

An evening of tape-loops, bent ambiance, loungey experiments, and masked mayhem at the legendary soul of Tacoma Bob's Java Jive

2102 S Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA

featuring the dulcet sounds of Icky Recordings artists:

Dead Air Fresheners
with membership representing nearly all of Interstate-5 from Seattle to Portland, this immortal Tacoma hot spot is the perfect middle ground for a board meeting of these masked chance determinists. Instruments described in the Portland Mercury as "a maddening quagmire of tape loops, synthesizers, and horns that sound like they've been engineered by aquatic mutants" join forces to play a pre-written score who's outcome is entirely dependent on the moment.

with special guests from Los Angeles, CA:

Your Drugs My Money
described by the San Jose's Anno Domin Gallery as "a collective of experimental artists and musicians from Los Angeles. They embrace the utilization of unconventional instruments and eerie undertones, that you could describe as an ambient durge." The Portland Mercury said of them: "Truly anything goes and the only thing that is certain is that it will be exceedingly loud and deliciously messy."

also Below PDX recording artist:


Mattress
A one man psychedelic lounge explosion, Mattress has the power to appeal to fans of the melodic and the bizarre in one stroke. Sunshine & Grease zine wrote of Mattress: "If Nick Cave had a bad dream with Suicide on the soundtrack. Over modest electronic backing Mattress reminds us that we can still sing without sounding garish or insincere. The sort of thing that’s eerily romantic and irresistibly weird."

and Tacoma's own ambient post-rock duo:

L.A. Lungs
a multi-gendered two piece who's members Leeward and Afterthought make their intimate, aleatoric, electro-love-drone in the wasps nest of the "city of destiny". Brief flashes of the familiar lead to stoned confusion lead to acoustic guitars lead to frequency phase hypnosis. They sing too, sometimes.

All that for a mere $2 at the door to the coffee pot!

Directions: I-5 to the 38th St. exit. Head west. Turn right at S. Pine St. (Guitar Center), then right at S. Tacoma Way. Bob's Java Jive will be on the right.


 

screamingskull 01.03.2008 08:17 AM

Not right now, but i am thinking of re-learning how to play the guitar, or even getting a bass and learning how to play that.
I was going to make my new years resolution to re-learn how to play the piano and guitar and start learning how to play the bass, with the hopes of joining a band in the future.

Sheriff Rhys Chatham 01.04.2008 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by TheMadcapLaughs
this thread is very long, i doubt anyone checks it, well here are some tunes, mostly acoustic demoish sounding shite from the band im in, Mama Lion, we hail from san francisco, enjoi.

www.myspace.com/mamalionmusic

we sound EXACTLY like sonic youth


I really like this

TheMadcapLaughs 01.05.2008 12:54 AM

wow
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Sheriff Rhys Chatham
I really like this


thank you bedy much, I did not even think anyone even checked this thread anymore. muchas gracias

forkimified 01.07.2008 06:24 PM

My silly '80s-influenced band Electric Autopsy can be found here - http://www.last.fm/music/Electric+Autopsy
We have some songs up for people to listen to.

I also just recorded a bunch of jams with my friend and put it up on Last.FM under the band name Growing Panes, if anyone wants to check it out. http://www.last.fm/music/Growing+Panes

Dissassembled is one of my favourites. One Two Three Four and Lies and Clarification are the most song like ones though. The High Castle is mistakenly titled. He's reading lines from Silence of the Lambs. Some of the other tracks involve the use of a guitar appliance of the brand name Krypton Stix... you may want to google that.

Or... there's a 1 minute clip on youtube of some random song we were doing. It's only one minute long, so it won't try your patience so much. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrW5P0I4SBA

forkimified 01.07.2008 06:31 PM

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Originally Posted by TheMadcapLaughs
thank you bedy much, I did not even think anyone even checked this thread anymore. muchas gracias


Reminds me of Espers more than anything else. And the vocals are killer!

Also, on an unrelated note: Have you heard Espers' cover of BOC's Flaming Telepaths? It's not only the best Blue Oyster Cult cover of all time, but one of the best songs of all time. Including everything and songs that don't exist yet.

Savage Clone 01.07.2008 06:37 PM

I like the Primoridial Undermind's version from 1999 a little better.

TheMadcapLaughs 01.07.2008 08:34 PM

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Originally Posted by forkimified
Reminds me of Espers more than anything else. And the vocals are killer!

Also, on an unrelated note: Have you heard Espers' cover of BOC's Flaming Telepaths? It's not only the best Blue Oyster Cult cover of all time, but one of the best songs of all time. Including everything and songs that don't exist yet.


thanks alot, yeah thats my girl hannah, she can belt that shit out. ive never even heard of these Espers you speak of, but im gonna now check it out

Torn Curtain 01.10.2008 05:30 PM

Old demos: http://myspace.com/decembersdream86

My younger sister on vocals, me on guitar

batreleaser 01.12.2008 10:41 AM

my brother and i jsut started a new one with our buddy, its gonna be noisy but its too early to tell how were gonna sound, anyways:

me: guitar, trumpet

Everyneurotic 01.13.2008 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Everyneurotic
now i have distribution copies of this, you can order it from my label:


 


This is the longest running I/C/O/C cd-r, it has pretty much a little bit of everything I've ever done.

Label Description:

"dfrp044

i/c/o/c – mainliner debutant cdr

Alphabet soup madness, well at least in track titles. Ten minute plus outings lumber along like a noise hulk that’s broken anchor and once again is out in open sea. Harsh and loud, dense only begins to describe what is in store for you when you get your hands on this disc."

Mexico=$50 pesos (envio incluido)
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US, Can, Central America=$7 u.s. dollars (postpaid)
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Rest Of The World=$8 u.s. dollars (postpaid)

or

you can download it for free here: http://sharebee.com/ffad21a9




sold out from my part.

get it from DFRP: www.frewebs.com/nkondi

he has killer shit by the likes of kenji siratori too.

GrungeMonkey 01.22.2008 11:15 AM

Just recorded a couple of short simple guitar instrumentals, if you want to listen:

www.myspace.com/paintthepainter

hubre 01.23.2008 06:56 AM

yes i have a band called HUBRE, i play all instruments by myself like guitar, bass, drums and vocals www.myspace.com/hubre01

Saint_Huck 01.23.2008 09:31 AM

I play in a no-wavish/kinda-free-stuff duo

www.myspace.com/themurdersintheruemorgue

You can also download for free our first CD-R expected to be released real soon by our friends and really interresting label For Noise's Sake

www.mediafire.com/?dzinyeuqyen

emobear 01.27.2008 07:09 PM

I believe EVERYONE who listen to Sonic Youth has a band.

Everyneurotic 01.27.2008 11:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Everyneurotic
ok, here it is, parasitic concubine ep:


 


"Like the sound of giant footsteps waking you from a deep sleep, this is a three-track monster from the chaotic megalopolis of Mexico City! Our first look into vastly uncharted noise territories south of your little border."

I/C/O/C - Parasitic Concubine EP: http://massmirror.com/8146d80417ddbf...5be8b8b87.html


hit me up for copies!

the no flag project 02.08.2008 09:31 AM

yup
i have one The no flag project
hope you'll like it
let me know
www.myspace.com/thenoflagprojectmusic

James_Danger 02.10.2008 11:04 PM

http://www.purevolume.com/lhowe/blog

gmku 02.14.2008 07:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by emobear
I believe EVERYONE who listen to Sonic Youth has a band.


Here in Amerika everyone can have guitar and many rock chick girlfriend. Is true!


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