Oddly enough this is the song where we did a full on replacement of keyboard with viola (due to breaking keyboard by accident two days prior to gig). We hadn’t even rehearsed this version. But it all worked out ok.
Had an awesome time with DJ KGB, Auto Bonfire & Crazy Pills, a great bunch, who all sounded brilliant whether on stage or via the speakers. The Rock Shop was solid as always, and we were able to play the following set:
Mi6 / Bullet Time / The Thrill / That Friday / Supercooler / Wait Again / Something’s Happening / Effectual / Highlight Fadeout / Photographs
However, the biggest gamble for us was due to the keyboard breaking earlier in the week (it fell out of its case whilst being carried and got smashed on the concrete sidewalk, lost a couple keys, etc). So instead of borrowing a keyboard from someone else, or just playing a couple of songs with the viola, we (or should I say Bridget) decided to play the viola on all songs. Sounded great though!
Stereo off at Rock Shop Brooklyn, with DJ KGB, Crazy Pills & Auto Bonfire – May 3
It’s been a little while, but we’ve been busy getting things together in time for our next show, which is on Friday, May 3rd at The Rock Shop in Brooklyn. Hope to see you there.
We will be on at 10, but its part of a great line up, so we will be there from 8 onwards. Before and after each band will be DJ KGB too, spinning some great tracks. It all starts at 8pm on a Friday, so what better way to start the weekend.
Tickets at http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/eventV2/207679/tfly $5, though with service charges its $7, or at the door for $10. Starts at 7pm, bands on all night. We’re on at 9. More info at http://www.turnstylemusicgroup.com/event/207679-stereo-off-new-york/ See you there.
Just wanted to get the word out about Dead Red Eyes and their upcoming premiere in NC. Two short movies by the indie film makers in particular, “The Torment”, and “Alphabet Soup” – both just finished. One of which has Stereo Off doing the music soundtrack for it, the other has some cuts from my [...]
Thanks to everyone that came out last night to see us at Arlene’s Grocery. We gave away some t-shirts and stuck around for rock and roll karaoke afterwards, to hear what you had for us. Loads of people may have been out of town, but we still got a great turn out and a fun [...]
Hey everyone, we will be at Arlene’s Grocery on Friday the 28th of December to celebrate the holiday season. Also appearing are our friends at Eleanor http://eleanor.bandcamp.com/ Tickets available at the door and at http://arlenesgrocery.tunestub.com/show.cfm?id=88444 Also appearing are Mercury Pills (8pm) and The Post Nobles (9). Line up starts at 8pm, Stereo Off at 10pm, [...]
Stereo Off is a five piece group of New York City based indie rockers with electronic overtones. When producer/ lead vocalist Sebastian began the new project, he enlisted an eclectic roster of friends from the band scenes of London and NYC. With influences ranging from electronic bands and rock influences from classic rock to 90’s indie bands, Stereo Off takes a straight forward approach in their danceable melodies, catchy guitar riffs and analog keyboard accents. Find out more about us via the song posts, or via the demo tracks page for a mix of live and recorded tracks.