We profiled Atlanta's Warehouse when they came to NYC back in April and, at that point, had only released live material. Now they've finally put out their debut album, Tesseract, and like the live songs hinted, it's noisy post-punk that's maybe more than a little reminiscent of Mannequin Men. You can stream the album in full below and download it (name your price) at bandcamp.
Warehouse have a few shows coming up this month, including a return to NYC for shows on July 16 at Baby's All Right with Bueno (before DJ Dog Dick's late show) at the venue) and July 19 at Rough Trade with local funk punks Ava Luna and Oneida drummer Kid Millions' Man Forever project, which is a good triple bill. Tickets for the Rough Trade show and tickets for the Baby's show are on sale now.
All dates are listed, with the LP stream, below...
Warehouse -- 2014 Tour Dates
7/19 Rough Trade NYC Brooklyn, NY w/ Ava Luna, Man Forever
7/21 Club K Baltimore, MD w/ Schroeder & The Brillo-Pad, The Neckbeards, Morus Alba