Check out the EP review of “The Long Hot Winter” with ability to play all 5 tracks in one place – http://popwrapped.com/news/100821/ny-rockers-urge-not-turn-stereo-off/
“This is the kind of song that needs to be played while driving down the highway in the summer with the windows down and volume turned right up. “
Stereo Off with a 7:00pm start. Like a baseball game or something. But with cheaper beers and better music.
Cameo Gallery in Wburg
93 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Take the L to Bedford Ave and its a block west of that.
Come by Tuesday 7pm – $8 entry and , $2 off all happy hour drinks.
We are the early openers, followed by With At Sea, Libel and It Was Romance.
Thanks for those that stayed in town for the holiday weekend and hope you all got the 2nd EP (some people have told me they were never offered one, do let me know if thats the case). Personally I like having a bit more space in the city, but hey. Cheers to Vivid Dreams for a great set and rocking it out. Jeers to that small group that saw the error sign and said in a prudish voice “Stereo and Vivid Dream, who would want that, no thank you”. Note: Knitting Factory wrote the bands name wrong on the chalkboard, hence us minus the “off” and the other band in the singular.
More pics to come soon. Set list was…. photographs, redesign, bullet time, bad friday, supercooler, the things we do, automated, sunsetting, hotel mirror.
UPDATED JUNE 29 – Start the Indpendence Day weekend off right with Stereo Off. Friday July 3rd at Knitting Factory where we will be launching our 2nd EP, “The Long Hot Winter”. Show is with Special Guest Vivid Dreams.
It all kicks off at 8pm…..
Event page – https://www.facebook.com/events/1624671681109173/
Knitting Factory – Brooklyn 361 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211 (near G and L trains) and just off the BQE Metropolitan Avenue exit. Here is the Google map
Hey, what is going on in Brooklyn these days? Another venue we played in over the past year and enjoy going to has closed, and that’s about the sixth time it happened in recent months.
First Glasslands (where we played a year or so ago) closed to become Vice Magazine owned (they also took Death by Audio), then Spike Hill (where we played a few weeks prior to its closing) is shut. Then more recently I go to Brooklyn Night Bazaar, only to find the next week that BMW is buying that space and thus that space – which was a great setup – is now gone, and then the other day I end up going for a beer in Trash (where we also played a few months back) and find out that’s closing in a couple weeks. Don’t forget Goodbye Blue Monday (where Bridget’s other band played prior to its closing). That’s six venues, gone…… am I missing something here? Yes, I know some new ones have come up since, but not as many.
Anyway, end of rant, bring us some new Brooklyn venues to play (or Queens for that matter!). The person on the image below is not the one ranting by the way, but here’s a pic from our Spike Hill show.