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Venir Premiere

Thanks to everyone who came out to union hall friday, cheers to the aye ayes, bridges and powerlines. We raised a bit of cash for good causes, aclu and planned parenthood, while having a great night. No injury stopped this show!

And here’s a new track from EP 3. Venir. Have a listen…. at….

and of course

Friday Jan 6 – Union Hall


bridges and powerlines, The Aye-Ayes, Stereo Off
Benefit for ACLU & Planned Parenthood
Fri 1/06 at Union Hall

Union Hall is located at 702 Union Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, right off the corner of 5th Avenue

R TRAIN Union Street stop. Walk one avenue east. We are on the south side of the street.
B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4 or 5 TRAIN Atlantic Avenue stop (Barclays Center). Walk south on 5th Ave for 10 blocks. Make a left at Union Street. We are on the right side of the street.
F, G TRAIN 4th Avenue stop. Walk north on 4th Ave for 0.7 mi. Make a right at Union Street. We are on the right side of the street, just past 5th.
BUS LINES The B63 stops around the corner at 5th Ave and Union Street and goes North to Barclays Center and on to Brooklyn Bridge Park/weekend Ferry Service.

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

TICKETS – $8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Stereo Off – Pianos Dec 20 2016

stereo off pianos


Stereo Off will be at Pianos this coming Tuesday the 20th of December.

More new stuff. Some other stuff. Details exist here.

With Ethan Piper and the Instigation, Upright man, No Nets, Aman the bone. 5 bands, 1 night. 8 dollars. That’s $1.60 per band. A Tuesday where you can pretend its Thursday. Because tis the season.

P.S.: Cheers to those that saw us at Bowery Electric the other day, good times.

Knitting Factory Brooklyn Show – Stereo Off


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.