Posted in Contests | MP3 | music | tour dates on February 15, 2010

DOWNLOAD: That Ghost - The Red Bow (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Odawas - Harmless Lover's Discourse (MP3)

The Baths...
The Baths

We've been very busy around putting together live shows in our spare non-blogging moments. It's especially obvious today as we continue to announce show after show - SXSW day parties, official showcases & a pre-SXSW show in NYC included. Next up, and even sooner....

BrooklynVegan will be hosting a happy hour event at this year's Noise Pop 2010 (in San Francisco from February 23rd to March 1st) on Saturday, February 27th at Benders Bar (806 South Van Ness Ave). For this show we decided to go with three local San Francisco Bay Area bands who we've been curious to check out and who were not already playing any other shows at the festival. The result: Odawas, The Baths and That Ghost. The three bands will play the free afternoon show on 2/27 from 4-7pm (21+) (thanks to Panache for their help with the booking!).

Odawas...
The Baths

Odawas are a hazy folk-garage band on Jagjaguwar - their "Harmless Lover's Discourse" off last year's The Blue Depths is above.

The Baths do Kinks-style rock that gets both dirty and acoustic; they're appropriately touring with Thee Oh Sees this March (both bands will be at SXSW and MtyMx).

That Ghost, one Ryan Schmale who hails from Sonoma County, CA (north of SF), hides his vocals behind a wall of fog. His tune "The Red Bow" is above; other material from him is available from Twosyllable Records.

All three bands, like Noise Pop, are local to the San Francisco Bay Area. Yes, even Odawas...

MOKB: How is California treating you? Have you noticed any difference in the way that people respond to your music there, in comparison to your time spent in Chicago and/or Bloomington?

Michael Tapscott of Odawas: It's been fantastic here. There seems to be a lot of local support for what we are doing, and an abundance of supportive, creative people around. We left good friends in Chicago at our jobs and in musical friends, but we never quite caught on there. It was a transitional year when we were there anyway. Bloomington is a paradise. I miss it everyday. But when we left, it was time to go.

The full Noise Pop schedule is here.

Will you be there? We also have a bunch of free tickets to giveaway to other Noise Pop shows. Details on those contests, videos and all Baths tour dates are below...

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Odawas - "Harmless Lover's Discourse" Jagjaguwar Records

SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 27, 2010

PRESENTED BY FERNET-BRANCA, HOSTED BY BROOKLYNVEGAN
NOISE POP HAPPY HOUR
Odawas, The Baths, That Ghost

@ BENDERS BAR
806 South Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA
415.824.1800

Doors: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Show: 4:00 PM
Door: FREE / 21+

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WIN TICKETS TO THE FOLLOWING NOISE POP SHOWS...

1) Soundtrack of Our Lives - Sat. Feb. 27th
WITH: NICO VEGA, MUSIC FOR ANIMALS , IMAAD WASIF
THE INDEPENDENT
Doors: 7:00 PM, Show: 8:00 PM
Adv: $16, Door: $16 / 21+

2) Ghost of a Saber Toothed Tiger (Sean Lennon's project) - Wed. Feb. 24th
WITH: IF BY YES (PETRA HADEN, YUKA HONDA, YUKO ARAKI, SHIMMY HIROTAKA SHIMIZU), TBA, DJ EUCADEMIX
THE INDEPENDENT
Doors: 7:00 PM, Show: 8:00 PM
Adv: $20, Door: $20 / 21+

3) !!! - Sat. Feb. 27th
WITH: MAUS HAUS, SUGAR & GOLD, MY FIRST EARTHQUAKE
MEZZANINE
Doors: 7:00 PM, Show: 8:00 PM
Adv: $20, Door: $20 / 21+

4) Mark Kozelek - Sat. Feb. 27th
WITH: LAURA GIBSON, PAULA FRAZER, FENCES
GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL
Doors: 7:00 PM, Show: 8:00 PM
Adv: $26, Door: $30 / All Ages
...to win a pair of tickets to one of the these four shows, email BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM with the name of the show you want in the subject ("Soundtrack of our Lives" or "Sean Lennon" or "!!!" or "Mark Kozelek". You can enter once per show. Note age limits on the shows and include your first and last name in the email, and we'll choose winners to each show randomly and get in touch with more info!

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That Ghost...
The Baths

That Ghost - Open Windows @ Pianos during CMJ 2008

The Baths - 2010 Tour Dates
Feb 27 Brooklyn Vegan Noise Pop Happy Hour at Benders SAN FRANCISCO, California
Mar 10 El Rio with Thee Ohsees, Ty Segall, Fresh and Onlys SAN FRANCISCO, California
Mar 11 Nomad Warehouse with Thee Ohsees and 400 Blows Los Angeles
Mar 12 Bar Pink with Thee Ohsees and So Cow SAN DIEGO, California
Mar 13 Solar Culture with Thee Ohsees TUCSON, Arizona
Mar 15 Mango's Cafe with Thee Ohsees HOUSTON, Texas
Mar 16 Panache party at Scoot Inn AUSTIN, Texas
Mar 19 record store show with Thee Ohsees, Strange Boys AUSTIN, Texas
Mar 20 Beerland with Thee Ohsees AUSTIN, Texas
Mar 22 Todd P and Yo Garage's MtyMx Festival Monterrey Mexico
Mar 23 Another Door party with Ty Segall, Charlie and the Moonhearts ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico
Mar 24 TBA Phoenix, AZ with Thee Ohsees Phoenix, Arizona
Mar 25 LA warehouse with Thee Ohsees and Sandwitches LOS ANGELES, California
Apr 01 Eagle Tavern w/ Ty Segall, Jeff the Brotherhood SAN FRANCISCO, California

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Comments (7)

Odawas is incredible. Thanks for giving those dudes some much deserved love.

Posted by J.j. | February 16, 2010 3:54 AM

what the hell is "folk-garage" about odawas? sorry but that makes me think of like stripped down acoustic garage rock, e.g. the duchess and the duke. these guys are like melody driven post-rock.

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what the hell is "folk-garage" about odawas? sorry but that makes me think of like stripped down acoustic garage rock, e.g. the duchess and the duke. these guys are like melody driven post-rock.

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