Ok so yesterday we unloaded about the limited copies of D. Watusi’s DARK PARTY that we’ll have for sale tomorrow at our big birthday show – today it’s time to fill you in on the “secret 7″” that we’re releasing. It’s a single featuring two tracks – the A-Side coming from a collaboration between Ty Segall and Seth Sutton [Useless Eaters] that is one of the gnarliest songs we’ve heard all year titled “I Hate The Kids” and the B-Side features Ty and Dillon Watson [D. Watusi] pounding out a cover of Brian Eno’s “Needles In The Camel’s Eye” – you can hear the A-Side below and check out the B-side here. And that picture up there is the artwork done by our very own Julia Bee. Like we’ve said before – this single will only be available to those in attendance at our 3rd Birthday Show tomorrow night at The Zombieshop. It won’t hit our online shop. It won’t hit your record shop. Gotta come out and party and pick it up in person. A few people have already been asking about prices on these things – the single will cost a regular $5 and the Dark Party LP will run you $10. Keep it cheap for the people! SEE YOU TOMORROW!
TOMORROW: the long-awaited debut of Sex Hotel. WEDNESDAY: Competing sick shows at 5 Spot (Tristen + Willy T) and the Stone Fox (Bitchin Bajas + more). FRIDAY: Fake Surfers return and the Potatoes make their first appearance in It City. SATURDAY: SPACE IS indeed THE PLACE, but Richie is also playing at the 5 Spot. You decide. SUNDAY: Especially good looking Sunday…
Gonna keep this brief. The TAMI Show was filmed over two nights in October, 1964. It’s a music film that captures some serious performers at the height of their game, others on the rise. It’s kiiinda the ultimate music video and a legendary piece of cinema because it’s one of the earliest (and finest) examples…
We told you on Monday that we would have some big news for Freakin’ Weekend coming up, and the time has come. To start things off, above this lil chunk of text is our poster for this year. NO, it doesn’t say Freakin’ Weekend anywhere on it. NO, it doesn’t list any of the bands….