Entries tagged with: The Numerators
The Numerators' seven inch art
The Numerators have a new 7" of reverb-y psychedelia due via Suicide Squeeze next week. The release features two tracks, the decidedly calm and spacey "Dead" and the psyche-spazz freakout "Finally Sees," both of which are streaming below (the latter for the first time).
The Numerators kick off a string of US dates on Friday (4/26), starting at Paradise Lost in New Brunswick, NJ and ending with an appearance at Shea Stadium on May 11 with The Orwells, Cosmonauts and The Garden (tickets). The band will also play Secret Project Robot on May 17 which will be a record release party for the 7".
Yes, that is correct, The Orwells are on the road for a select set of dates outside of their previously discussed appareance at Lollapalooza. The shows are part of a mini-tour of the East Coast in early May, the dates of which are below along with all streams.
All Numerators and Orwells tour dates and that stream are below.
by Bill Pearis
White Mystery @ the Hideout, November 2012 (more by Sara Pieper)
Chicago sibling duo White Mystery are set to release their new album, Telepathic, on April 20. In addition to being a day of note for some people, 4/20 also marks the band's fifth birthday. (Probably not a coincidence.) You can stream a track from the new LP below.
The band's current tour hits NYC for three shows: tonight (3/26) at Death by Audio with Peach Kelli Pop, The Numerators and Ken South Rock; and then Cameo on Wednesday (3/27) with Dead Stars and Samantha; and Thursday (3/28) at Cake Shop with Warm Soda. All tour dates are listed below.
Peach Kelli Pop, the side project from White Wires drummer Allie Hanlon, released their most recent album, Peach Kelli Pop II, back in December and you can stream it's sugary, garagey goodness below. They're on their own tour and those dates are listed below too.
Ty Segall at Pitchfork Fest 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
The Ty Segall / Thee Oh Sees tour rolls into NYC this weekend with a show on Saturday (9/22) at Bushwick outdoor venue The Well with openers K-Holes. It is sold out, but Ty and Thee Oh Sees have added a show Death by Audio on Monday (9/24) with Numerators. Advance tickets are on sale now.
While Ty has already released two albums in 2012, his third, Twins, will be out October 10 on Drag City. You can watch the video for the LP's first single -- the soaring, pyschedelic rager, "The Hill" -- at the bottom of this post. Meanwhile, Thee Oh Sees just released their most-recent album, Putrifiers II, and you can stream via Spotify. The band are also on one side of the newest in the LAMC 7" series from Famous Class for which this is a record release show.
Ty Segall will continue on to the UK and Europe after Thee Oh Sees tour concludes and all dates are listed below.
by Bill Pearis
DOWNLOAD: Guantanamo Baywatch - Boomerenga (MP3)
Portland, OR does not have a beach but that hasn't stopped trio Guantanamo Baywatch from kicking out vintage-sounding twangy surf rock infused with a twisted sense of glee. And when it comes to a genre like this, enthusiasm counts for a lot. They are also not afraid to give a song a "cha cha cha" ending, something I secretly wish bands would do more. Their new album, Chest Crawl, out now via Dirtnap, is a good time tiki party with extra-spiked punch. You can download "Boomeranga" at the top of this post.
Guantanamo Baywatch are currently on tour and hit NYC on Wednesday, July 11 for a show at Cake Shop with local punks The Numerators. All tour dates are listed at below.
by Bill Pearis
Orca Team at NYC Popfest 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Seattles's Orca Team were one of my highlights of this year's NYC Popfest and, we already told you about this, but just a heads up that the band will be back this weekend playing Cameo on Sunday (July 1). The show also features Persephone's Bees, Treasure Mammal, underrated punks The Numerators. Tickets are $8 and will be available at the door. If you can't make it to Cameo on Sunday, Orca Team will be back on Wednesday, July 18 for a show at Cake Shop with fellow Portlanders Woollen Men, plus Lame Drivers and Pale Lights. The band are playing all over and all tour dates are listed below.
Since we last wrote about them, Orca Team released their new album Restraint which melds early '60s pop and surf pop with Krautrock rhythms and basslines, and you can stream that below.
photos by Chris La Putt
The Coathangers at Death by Audio - 5/30/12
The Coathangers are on a tour which brought them to NYC for two shows, including a stop at Death By Audio on May 30, the day after they supported OFF! at Bowery Ballroom with Cerebral Ballzy. Joining the bratty Atlanta foursome was support from Hunters, The Numerators and Desert Sharks. More pictures from the DBA show are in this post.
Though a return trek to NYC is not currently in the near future, The Coathangers have added a batch of new tour dates with Heavy Cream and King Tuff/Jaill (separately) that includes a stop at Capitol Hill Block Party.
Speaking of Heavy Cream and King Tuff, both bands head to the NYC area in the coming weeks for separate shows. King Tuff plays two dates -- 285 Kent on 6/9 and Maxwell's on 6/14. Heavy Cream also play a pair of shows in NYC with Hunters, on June 17th at Cake Shop with The Foxx and at Death by Audio on June 18th with Mannequin Pussy.
All dates are listed below along with more pics from the DBA show...
photos by Andrew St. Clair
Death By Audio - Wednesday night - 2/8/2012
The Kills, JEFF the Brotherhood & Hunters play their sold out NYC show at Terminal 5 on Saturday, 2/11, a date that coincidentally (probably not) falls right during Fashion Week. If we had put two and two together earlier, we probably would have theorized that the band that contains Kate Moss's husband would be playing more than one show while in town. Who caught the invite-only show at The Standard last night?
Who caught JEFF the Brotherhood & Hunters (Uncle Bad Touch got stopped at the Canadian border) at Maxwell's instead? We didn't, but we do have a second set of pictures from the show they played one night earlier at Death By Audio in Brooklyn. They continue below...
photos by Devan Council
JEFF the Brotherhood & Hunters, both on tour with The Kills (pics from their Austin show HERE), played a sweaty, sold-out show at Death By Audio in Brooklyn last night (2/8) The Numerators. Here are some pictures (Uncle Bad Touch were originally on the bill, but replaced by Hunters).
If you found yourself out of luck in getting tickets last night-- or for their sold-out Saturday night Terminal 5 show with The Kills-- you can also catch JEFF and Hunters again at Maxwell's tonight (2/9), with support from Devin. Tickets are still available for the Hoboken, NJ show.
More pics from DbA below...