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As mentioned before, Chicago's Radar Eyes are playing Cake Shop on Saturday (11/10) and the whole bill is actually pretty interesting, with Timmy's Organism, The Young and Reptiles playing as well.
Timmy's Organism is Timmy Vulgar from Human Eye and Clone Defects and anyone familiar with those bands knows what to expect: down-n-dirty (and just a little glammy) rock n' roll. Where 2010's Rise of the Green Gorilla was more of a solo affair, the brand-new Raw Sewage Roq is a full band onslaught and you can stream it below via Spotify. In addition to the Cake Shop show, Timmy's Organism play tonight (11/9) at Bed-Stuy spot The Lone Wolf with Foster Care, Pampers, Spewing Gum and Degreaser. More info on that show is here. All dates are listed below.
Austin, Matador-signed band The Young (who now have Lucas Wedow on bass), meanwhile, are also on tour and will also play Sunday (11/11) at Cameo with Eraas and London band Dignan Porch. All tour dates are listed below. UPDATE: The Young just released a Belle & Sebastian cover which you can also now listen to below.
And rounding out The Cake Shop show is Reptiles from Australia who meanwhile play Don Pedro tonight (11/9) with Flying Teeth and Toxic Lipstick. Maybe you saw them at Union Pool on Tuesday? (They were supposed to play Lit on Halloween but you know how that went.) You can check out the sludgy riffs on their Ciao-a-Bunga! LP below.
Radar Eyes still have 11/11 as NYC TBA, no new info yet, but you can check out the rest of their tour dates in our previous post. Everyone else's and streams and stuff, below...
Chicago psych-garage rockers Radar Eyes launch a tour next week that will bring them to NYC for a show at Cake Shop on November 10 with The Young, Reptiles and Timmy's Organism. They'll be in town the day after (11/11) as well for a show at a venue TBD. In the meantime, the band are readying two new 7" singles that will be released this fall by HoZac and Addenda records, respectively.
Meanwhile, you can stream their self-titled debut from earlier this year below which is recommended for fans of '80s New Zealand, Spacemen 3 and other trippy, noisy sounds.
All Radar Eyes tour dates are listed below.