Posted in music | tour dates on August 1, 2013

video by Jessica Amaya, Chris La Putt and Bleary Eyed Brooklyn and sound by Albert Amaya; photos by Amanda Hatfield

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

Noun, the project of Screaming Females frontwoman Marissa Paternoster (whose birthday is today!), are set to kick off a U.S. mini-tour with Modern Hut this weekend. For live performances, Paternoster is joined by Miranda Taylor (Black Wine) on percussion and backing vocals, and they've got a The Kills-like setup going on. As discussed, you can catch the two groups at Death by Audio on August 9 with Shellshag, Worriers, and Mal Blum. Admission for that show is $7 at the door.

Noun are also the fourth band to appear in our BV Studio Sessions recorded at Butler Recording in Bushwick. Paternoster and Taylor played four new songs, and were accompanied by Mark Bronzino (Kicking Spit, Iron Reagan) on guitar. Big thanks to Jessica and Albert Amaya, Chris La Putt, and Bleary Eyed Brooklyn for the great video. You can check out the footage at the bottom of this post.

Speaking of Mark Bronzino, his band Kicking Spit are prepping their second album, Negative Feedback, for release on August 27 via Don Giovanni. They'll celebrate the LP with an August 22 record release show at New Brunswick's Ray Cappo's Cantina and also one at Death by Audio on August 23 with Shellshag, Black Wine, and Nuclear Santa Claust. Admission for that show is $8 at the door.

If you missed them, Ski Lodge was our first BV Studio Session, Field Mouse was the second, and Ex Cops was the third. There are more to come. Video footage and pictures from the Noun BV Studio Session, all tour dates, and a few song streams are below...


BV Studio Sessions - Noun

Noun Setlist:
1. "I Don't Love Anybody"
2. "I Need Someone To Lean On"
3. "Feel the Darkness"
4. "Misery"

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

BrooklynVegan Studios Presents - Noun

Noun - "The Weekend"

Modern Hut - "History"

Kicking Spit - "Reality Dropout"

Noun / Modern Hut -- 2013 Tour Dates
Fri- Aug 2 The Panty House (house show) New Haven CT
Sat- Aug 3 Distant Castle (house show) Worcester MA
Sun- Aug 4 The Lily Pad Cambridge MA
Mon- Aug 5 Book and Bar Portsmouth NH
Tue- Aug 6 Angioplasty Studio Burlington VT
Wed- Aug 7 Angry Mom Records Ithaca NY
Thu- Aug 8 Cooler Ranch (house show) New Brunswick
Fri- Aug 9 Death By Audio Brooklyn NY
Sat- Aug 10 The Dollhouse (house show) Washington DC
Sun- Aug 11 Golden Tea House (house show) Philadelphia, PA



Comments (16)

I find this girl very oddly attractive.

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 12:46 PM

^ even if she knew you she would not be interested in you.

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 12:54 PM

What's the point of posting house shows when the people throwing them probably won't even let you in or tell you where the address is. I get the whole DIY concept thing is for the sake of "punk," but when you're throwing a show that you only invite your friends and maybe a few of their friends to, it's no less exclusive than Gadafhi hiring Beyonce to play his birthday.

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 1:09 PM

That last photo is especially lovely. Nice moment captured.

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 1:40 PM

1:09 I think you have the wrong idea, DIY communities are generally open to the public. The sole purpose of keeping these types of events on the DL is for the sake of the home owners hosting these types of gigs to feel comfortable putting the shows on to begin with; and for the artists to be able to perform in those (technically) quasi legal spaces. without every one in town and the next town over knowing about it and blowing up... Its not a matter of "you're not cool enough to gain access to our spot".. at least not around here its not. We just don't want to see any type of authority knocking on our doors. even if you just know a dude, who knows a dude, who knows the address of the place; you wont be denied at the door for being a stranger. its not like frat houses or anything like that. as long as you don't pose any type of threat and are attending the events for the sake of the music and not just a spot for those who need a place to drink; There shouldn't be any problem. I don't think I've ever been to or heard of a show in my area that was an "exclusive, INVITE ONLY" but there have been a handful of jackasses I've seen get kicked out and never aloud back to spots for lack of respect, while being a guest in someone else's' home, but good luck to you.... Besides that though, this video and the new noun stuff is pretty awesome. Happy B-day to you, Ms. Paternoster.

Posted by ? | August 1, 2013 2:06 PM

^ TLDR (yawn)

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 2:12 PM


Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 2:33 PM

Most DIY venue addresses can be turned up with simple google searches.

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 3:32 PM

Hey, just saying, if DIY shows are illegal, posting the addresses everywhere so cops come and hand out $300-$1000 noise violations that shut down the show houses doesn't really seem like a good idea.

I fully intend none of you to understand that.

Posted by Peter Venkman | August 1, 2013 4:24 PM

Dr. Eegon, Dr. Stanz ..... Venkman

Posted by Anonymous | August 1, 2013 4:27 PM

There's a video out there somewhere showing her fingers bleeding as she plays, as if she's in some frenetic some blood ritual to an angry God of Sound. Maybe she's the Goddess of Sound herself, and the noise and the rumble of earthquake and avalanche is just the ground shouting her praise. Best damn musician, ever.

Posted by Zoe | February 26, 2014 6:34 AM

the girl in front is like mkk i need to find somewhere else to finish this party

Posted by Garcia | March 18, 2014 6:41 AM

sounded great! what I like is the simplicity and authenticity of his music, I love it!

Posted by MassagemRecife | March 18, 2014 11:26 AM

She is eating this microphone. No reason to sing so close.

Posted by Skylar | May 15, 2014 3:15 AM

No worries. The name is actually a play on the plural noun market that bands seem to be following, which is exactly what you pointed out. I'm just doing this as a fun project to sort of vent my musical expression in different genres. I'm about to unveil a deathcore project which is by no means mind-blowing, but something I felt like doing just because. I'm typically like that with my music. I appreciate your feedback very much, and keep on the lookout for the EP to drop (which is free!).

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