Had a great time at Spike Hill last night. Great turn out, thanks to everyone who came out and to Kenya & Newborn for doing the show with us.
Set list was: Supercooler / Redesign / Photographs / Effectual / MI6 / Happy Birthday to Sebastian / The Thrill / Game of Stones / Free Friday / Automated / Bullet Time / The Things We Do.
Its Friday, its free! Start Labor day weekend off right:
Stereo Off (9pm) with Kenya (10pm) and Newborn (8pm).
More info at http://www.spikehillmusic.com/event/646903-kenya-stereo-off-newborn-brooklyn/
Also got on the hotlist for this weekend courtesy of newspaper AM NY. This and more surprises to come soon. We also have received some great coverage recently both about the band and the video, which we’ll update soon on the site. In fact a bit of site “redesign” is on its way soon too.
Thanks to Brooklyn based Impose Magazine for the mention on this Week in Pop – scroll down, and you’ll see a mention and the Bullet Time video by us.
“It’s an amalgam of everything pertaining to ‘what New York used to be’ but with a DFA soul that sympathizes with the indie dance revolutions of the oughts”.
Speaking of film, we’re in this years NYC independent film festival – https://www.nycindiefilmfest.com/film/bullet-time
And thanks to the mention from UK based “Fame Magazine” on http://www.famemagazine.co.uk/2014/08/06/fame-presents-stereo-off/
Thanks for the EP review from Sonic Eclectic –
“They’re awesome. They’re able to sound different yet familiar in every track, staying true to their style.”
And some more mentions of the Bullet Time video and the band, thanks!
along with http://barrelhousebklyn.com/stereo-off-bullet-time-official-video/
Couple more interviews coming. The songs for the second EP have been confirmed and will be worked on in the coming weeks. And then last but not least, our next show.
August 29th (Friday) at Spike Hill (FREE)
More details and flyer to come soon.
Check out the interview we did with 24ourMusic – http://24ourmusic.net/2014/07/07/stereo-moment-inspiration/ – we talk about a bit of history, a bit of influence, the EP itself and a bit of advice.
Or as they put it – “What started out as a single effort rapidly progressed into a five-piece band with members comparable to five-star chefs doing fusion cuisine, each bringing something of value to the table. The result: a multi-hyphenated musical genre comprised of pop, electro, indie, post punk to name only a few.”
Which made me very hungry.
Jokes and dinners aside, its a great piece and thanks to Patricia and the crew at 24OurMusic once more. And… if you missed the review from a month prior – here you go!