We've got some freshies for ya! A new website, new photos (courtesy of Greg Howe), and we're working on a slew of new recordings to share with you. In the meantime, peruse the site, enjoy this video of us performing one of our new ones - Just Let Me Bleed - and buy your ticket to The Barbary show this Saturday night! We hope to see you there.
Come join us Saturday, April 22 for a night paying tribute to Eric, enjoying live music, and lending a helping hand. For $30, you'll get unlimited food, domestic beer, and wine from 6 pm to 10 pm. The Not Fur Longs and Human Sounds are joining us on stage, and there will be auctions and raffles a plenty. Come celebrate the life of an awesome man, and help support his incredible family at the same time. We hope to see you there!
Hey friends, we've uploaded audio of our MilkBoy set from last month's show. The audio's not great, but Eric's performance was. Which shouldn't come as a surprise because he truly played every show like it was his last. If you've got 30 minutes, please give it a listen.
Rest easy, Gene. You were both too wild and too sweet for this earth. The world lost our namesake this week, yet it gained a Gene Wildest/Electric Six team-up at MilkBoy in Philly on October 4th. So there's that. All right, we know it can't completely ease our collective grieving, but it's a start, right? Get your tickets here. We're excited for this one.
We've booked a string of weekend shows through the end of the year, and we'll be hitting some new towns, including Ewing and Bensalem! We've got a handful of new tunes that are just waiting to get some booties shaking, too, so check out the Shows page for more info on where and when you can rock with us.
We've had a lot of fun this past month. Thanks to everyone who came out to the shows. Check out photos from XO Lounge here (one pictured above) and videos from Kung Fu Necktie here (one featured below). In addition to playing our handful of new songs, we've been making an effort to vary our sets from show to show to keep your whiskers tingling. We'll be continuing this trend at our newly added show this Thursday, November 20th, at The Fire, playing the rest of our catalogue that hasn't seen the light the day in months. Check the Shows page for more details about that and our dates at Desmond's Tavern in NYC (12/20) and at Dobbs (1/10).
We're coming out of our summer hibernation, tanned and hungry for pumpkin-flavored crap, for hecka shows, and for you to hear the handful of new songs we've been working on. We'll be at Kung Fu Necktie opening up for The Noise FM and Archie Powell & The Exports on October 21, at XO Lounge on November 7, and on December 20, we'll be playing New York City for the first time at Desmond's Tavern in Manhattan. There's a lot to be excited about for each gig, and hopefully, we'll be adding some more very soon. Check our Shows page for details.
We've got a couple shows coming up in July that we're really excited about. We'll be returning to Dobbs on Saturday, July 19 (the last time we were there was a goddamn blast), and we'll be making our debut at Kung Fu Necktie on Wednesday, July 30 with our friends Devil's Triangle. We've been wanting to play that stage for a while, so we're very much looking forward to that one, as well. Check out our Shows page for more info.
We've been busy this month, and we have pictures to prove it! But seriously, check out our Photos page for some good shots of our show at Voltage Lounge on May 10th and our first night of studio time last week at Retro City Studios. Ben and Eric expertly turned in drums and bass for the track, so Brian and I will be returning on June 2nd to try to wrap the song up with guitar and vocals. In other words, we have less than two weeks to learn how to play guitar and sing. Wish us luck!
In the meantime, check out the videos below from some of our Voltage Lounge set, if you're so inclined. Not included: The more-than-underwhelming twerking contest that took place on that very same stage mere minutes later.