Posted in music | tour dates on May 4, 2010

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Blank Dogs at South Street Seaport (more by Chris LaPutt)
Blank Dogs

Pendu presents: NY EYE & EAR FEST III
...a massive Annual Music and Arts Fete showcasing some of the most exciting bands, artists, and filmmakers currently living and working here in NYC. In addition, NYE&E assembles a Record Fair featuring NYC-based Record Labels and Vendors selling LPs, CDs, 7?'s, cassettes, lathes, comics, zines, stickers, and art prints. NYE&E exists to facilitate the introduction of new artists placing them side-by-side with the more well-known like an eclectic living mixtape of sound and vision. This is a festival for discovery - discover new bands + discover new art + buy new records + meet new people...

The title of the fest is inspired from the 1964 NY Eye & Ear Control soundtrack by Albert Ayler as well as the all-too-familiar signs seen daily in the subway tunnels by riders of the L-train of the infamous NY Eye & Ear Infirmary.

2009's NY Eye & Ear Fest happened in July of last year and featured performances from Magik Markers, Liturgy, Drunkdriver, Child Abuse, and tons of others. This year, the fest will spread over two days (May 22-23) at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn and will feature appearances from Blank Dogs (one of two NYC shows in May, the second being May 12th at 131 Chrystie St.), Liturgy, Twin Stumps, Effi Briest, and others on the first day, with Xeno & Oaklander, Figure Study, Naam, Freshkills, Effing, and others rounding out day two. Full lineup by day is below. Get your tickets for day one or day two or both. Stream songs from every band on the bill at the Eye & Ear site.

Show flyer, full lineup and some vids are below.

Xeno and Oaklander - "Sentinelle"

Freshkills "I Know I Know"

Blank Dogs "Tin Birds"

Effi Briest Live @ 92Y Tribeca, NYC 2009-10-30

Effi Briest - Mirror Rim

Liturgy - "Pagan Dawn"

NY Eye & Ear III Flyer

NY Eye & Ear Fest May 22nd, 23rd at Knitting Factory
May 22nd lineup, Doors at 2PM
Blank Dogs
Effi Briest
White Ring
Human Resources
Love Like Deloreans
Loose Limbs
Eli Keszler
Living Days
Further Reductions
Mirror Mirror
Twin Stumps
Pop 1280
Hex Breaker Quintet
C. Lavender

May 23rd lineup, Doors at 2PM
Xeno & Oaklander
Figure Study
Led Er Est
No Fun Acid
Memorial Gore
Cult of Youth
The Gamut
Omega Jarden
Source of Yellow
Laurel Halo
Desert of Colors



Comments (7)

Goth: cool again?

Posted by Anonymous | May 4, 2010 5:55 PM

^^ nope, but check-in in a couple of years when the 90's are the rage and we'll see... pendu's supposed to be ahead of his time

Posted by Anonymous | May 4, 2010 6:18 PM

the 90's have been in vogue for the past 2-3 yrs. and goth is forever.

Posted by Anonymous | May 4, 2010 6:26 PM

Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie were really good albums. Got them when they came out, still throw them on at times and think they're great. It saddens me when I hear bands from that era when I was a teenager and hear their new stuff and it's so clear how they've lost it, they sound desperate to recapture a sound/magic that they haven't had in 15 years (holy shit).... And then I realize that is not unlike a lot of us.

Posted by منتديات | January 22, 2011 8:13 AM

I was there in this concert! It was really great! I am thinking of going to the Brooklyn fest. Who is in?

Posted by Alice from MySecrets | March 21, 2011 12:10 AM

I appreciat every much when artists ignore the weather, and continue to sustain the concert at the same intensity. A huge proof of professionalism.

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