Sunday, October 30, 2011

Always a Slow Walker for a Dead Farmer

Last minute show this coming Friday November 4th. Hope to see everyone there. Doors are gonna be at 9pm. $3 gets you in the door. We will be playing with Dead Farmers, all the way from Australia, and Slow Walker, from the home of Lavern and Shirley, Milwaukee, WI. You all know Dino's has some serious burgers. So you know to show up early and take advantage of the menu.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Dr. Zaius... Anyone?

Have us a nice interview over at Revolt of the Apes. Our good friend Ryan Muldoon runs this beauty of a Psych Rock blog. Check out our interview and also check out all the other cool shit Ryan has done on Revolt of the Apes. We'd also like to take this time to shout out to our friends Diamond Center. We wish you all safe travels while you are on the road and hope you all doing well. Pics from our show at Springwater will be up soon, so keep checking back.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Nice tape review.

Have us a nice little tape review over at Eggy Records. Apparently they got a few copies from No Kings. Here is the review:
Ripper of a tape from a duo from Nashville. I know the "Live at..." thing is always a turnoff but honestly I don't think you'd be able to tell it if it weren't in the name. The recordings are way blasted for sure but the mix is right and the energy combustible. Ttotals play a style of revved up psych; the vocals are an echo-ed out wash but the guitar is raw and relentless, and the drums thunder away behind, never dropping below an energy-level I would call "amped." Short and sweet at four four-ish minute jammers, reminds me of some of the psych leaning tapes in the last Night-People batch, I'm thinking Daughters of the Sun and Lantern. Cool stuff.

Friday, October 14, 2011

We saw Ben franklin. Not really.

We learned on the drive in that we should avoid driving in Manhattan like the fucking plague. So we decided to head out on the BQE and ignore the English Lady's taunts and recalculating of exits. We soon turned her off and were now headed to Philadelphia for our last show of the week. We got there in plenty of time. To the detriment of Marty. Who hates to sit around. If he had it his way he would be helicoptered in just to play the show and then be whisked away after to play video games and have his balls washed by his own personal ball washer. Anyway... Great show! We got to see our friends Nick and Joesph from Far-Out Fangtooth. Who have a record just newly released by Siltbreeze. Gave Nick a big hug. It was good to see a few familiar faces. We smoked the place with our sounds,not to toot our own horns, just telling the truth. We were soon eating tacos and getting ready for the long trek home. Thanks Little Bar for having us. Sorry we couldn't stay and hangout. We hope to be back very soon.

NYC and the English Lady

Had a great week out on the road. D.C. STPP fest was quite killer with a ton of great bands. Thanks to Megan/Fuzzy Logic for asking us to play. Hugs and smooches girl until we meet next time. We made nice with some new friends and played a great back to back set with Diamond Center. We will be playing again with those folks and Willie T next week at Springwater on October 19th. Death By Audio was another great show too. Pics above of the event were taken by our good friend Andy Alexander. When we first got to New York after going through, I don't know how many, toll booths. Our English Lady and GPS took us on a trek around Manhattan. First through the Holland Tunnel and then over into Manhattan and then the East Village. Navigating New York was a challenge. The challenge was excepted and was then conquered. Soon we parked the van by MOMA PS1 and were walking around and full of pizza. We also got to hang out on the roof where we were staying and took in all the city. It was quite beautiful. Thanks everyone for having us and helping our days in D.C. and New York very enjoyable.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Saturday, October 1, 2011


Flyer for the D.C. festival. Also a last minute venue change. The Fuzzy Logic showcases will be at The Islander now. Hope to see you all there.