Posted in music | pictures on October 3, 2008

photos by Kyle Dean Reinford

Parenthetical Girls can be very touching
Parenthetical Girls

Evangelicals bring the creepiness to Cake Shop's basement
Evangelicals

Parethetical Girls played an emotional, energetic and crowd-interactive show in the cozy basement of Cake shop last night (Oct 02). It was the first show PG played here in a while - their last scheduled NYC appearance was cancelled due to mechanical issues. Pwrfl Power, who played a show at Union Hall one night earlier, was in the crowd...and blogged about it...

I headed to Cake Shop after dinner where my big brothers Parenthetical Girls played.
They played very good. it gets better everytime.
I didn't catch the Evangelicals.
He missed another great set then. Miracles of Modern Science and Muggabears were also on the four-artist bill. Rude Bear was also in the house. More pictures below...

Miracles of Modern Science...

Miracles of Modern Science

Miracles of Modern Science

Miracles of Modern Science

Miracles of Modern Science

Miracles of Modern Science


Parenthetical Girls...

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls

Evangelicals...

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Evangelicals

Muggabears...

Muggabears

Muggabears

Muggabears

Muggabears

Muggabears

Muggabears

Parenthetical Girls - October 2008 Tour Dates
1st-Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA^
2nd-Cake Shop, NYC^
4th-Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington, DC^+
6th-Clementine Cafe, Harrisonburg, VA^
8th-Village Tavern, Mt. Pleasant, SC^
9th-Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta, GA^
10th-JJ's Bohemia, Chattanooga, TN
11th-The End, Nashville,TN^
13th-Maintenance Shop, Ames, IA^%
14th-Hi Dive, Denver, CO^
15th-Kilby Court, SLC, UT^
16th-Neurolux, Boise, ID^
17th-Vera Project, Seattle, WA^#
18th-Department of Safety, Anacortes, WA^
19th-Whaam, Bellingham, WA^
20th-The New Frontier, Tacoma, WA^
21st-Backspace, Portland, OR^

^ w/Evangelicals
+ w/These United States
% w/Dressy Bessy
# w/Catfish Haven

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Comments (11)

ooh, my, what an ironic moustache

Posted by Anonymous | October 3, 2008 4:29 PM

is that bj from puttin on the ritz? did they play? best band in brooklyn!

Posted by Anonymous | October 3, 2008 4:41 PM

Great show!!!

Posted by Rude Bear | October 3, 2008 5:47 PM

haha @ 4:29. it is superbly ironic, and I think I'm in love with it, especially since he seems so bashful about it

I knew I should've gone to that show, I could've touched his stache too...

Posted by kate | October 3, 2008 5:59 PM

that bear was at ATP

Posted by Anonymous | October 3, 2008 6:33 PM

Evangelicals were underwhelming. Sad I missed my buddy Rude Bear. Oh the drunken times we had at ATP.

Posted by Anonymous | October 3, 2008 6:57 PM

An ironic mustache? What a pathetic, conformist child.

Posted by The Voice of Reason | October 3, 2008 8:57 PM

i wish i had a drunken bear follow me around

Posted by Anonymous | October 3, 2008 9:23 PM

Man, Evangelicals deserve to be playing bigger venues already.

Posted by Eduardo | October 4, 2008 1:56 AM

I thought the whole show sucked ass. What a waste...

Posted by Anonymous | October 4, 2008 2:56 PM

BJ!

Posted by Anonymous | October 4, 2008 6:47 PM

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