Posted in music | tour dates on June 14, 2013

by Andrew Sacher

Psychic Blood at Tommy's Tavern in 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Psychic Blood

As mentioned, Exploding In Sound Records and Gimme Tinnitus are teaming up for an unofficial Northside showcase on Saturday (6/15) at Big Snow (89 Varet St) which features sets from a ton of great bands Speedy Ortiz, Pile, Two Inch Astronaut, Grass Is Green, Ovlov, Hive Bent, Fat History Month, and Porches. Doors are at 5 PM, admission is $7 or $5 with a Northside badge, and there will be free pizza while supplies last. If you like your indie rock like it was in the days of Dinosaur Jr, Archers of Loaf, Pavement, etc, you'll probably dig most of this showcase.

EIS and GT are also doing another showcase today (6/14) at Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave). This one's also got a ton of great music (and free pizza), including two of Brooklyn's best upcoming punk bands, Sleepies and Low Fat Getting High, noise rockers Eula, Western Mass psych rockers Psychic Blood (who also play the ridiculously good show at Shea on Sunday with Nu Sensae, Destruction Unit, and Big Ups), other local live staples like Yvette, Miniboone, Shark?, Krill, Life Size Maps, and still more. Doors for today's show open at 3 PM.

More info on both shows at the Facebook event. Flyers for both shows and song streams from some of the bands playing below...


Speedy Ortiz - "No Below"

Two Inch Astronaut - "Blood From A Loyal Hound"

Fat History Month - "Sad History Month"

Sleepies - "Seriously"

Psychic Blood - "Jagged Brain"

Porches - "Franklin the Flirt"

Eula - "Maurice Narcisse"

Low Fat Getting High - "Better Better Worse"

Pile - "Bump A Grape"





Comments (4)

so bushwick somebody call the NYT style section

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2013 12:01 PM

this sounds friggin´╗┐ sweet! they have a kind of Death Cab for Cutie sound!

Posted by Sabrina | September 22, 2013 4:45 AM

Shouldn't cashew butter be in the fridge and come out hard as a rock and nearly unspreadable unless you have stainless steel bread?

Posted by Kenna | June 16, 2014 4:40 AM

I remember hearing this live when you opened for Army Navy at the Middle East! Love the polished version!

Posted by Ochs | October 4, 2014 9:16 AM

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