Mercury Lounge Show Set, Pics, Etc
thanks for coming through on a monday night to check us out at mercury lounge, was a great night, the crowd had their monday night dancing shoes on!
new tracks on the set, list overall was: photo, venir, bullet, friday, ttwd, automated, sunsetting, hotel.
cheers to mystic monkey who indeed were funky (and had lots of tall fans). and of course, much thanks to Cruture for joining us in a long overdue show.
see you in berlin on tues 4/18 by that we mean downtown. maybe germany another time though.
Stereo Off at Mercury Lounge Monday March 27th
Stereo Off – 8pm sharp.
And just added to the bill, our friends Cruture at 9pm!
Been looking to do a show together for a while, so this is one that cannot be missed.
Thanks to Friends and Lovers
Thanks to DJ Mojo, Preacherman and the Revival and Racemusic for a great night at Friends and Lovers in BKlyn.
And thanks to William at JOVM for the pics. Check out the full set at – https://joyofviolentmovement.com/2017/03/04/live-concert-photography-stereo-off-at-friends-and-lovers-22517/
Famous Political Quotes. Or Stereo Off at Friends and Lovers Brooklyn
Stereo Off, with Preacherman and the Revival & Racemusic
Saturday night February the 25th. $10.
Location: Friends and Lovers.
641 Classon Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
EP III Release Day
Check out the first piece about the full EP from ER and the PopDust team at
Listen to it there too!
“There are glimpses of Beach House (“Wolves”), Miami Horror (“Sunsetting”), and The xx (“Venir”) in Stereo Off’s artful new record. They’re absolutely in good company, but that’s not to say they don’t carve out their own place. On III, we see a band that’s grown comfortable in their sound, and is more than ready to continue contorting it.”
And yes, you can buy the EP now at:
Venir – Song Featured in PopDust and Alt Press
Check out the debut of Venir, off our upcoming EP III (Out FRIDAY!!!!).
And an interview about the band and the EP from a guy named ER. Its like we lived next door. Cheers to him and Popdust for taking time with us to talking themes, tours, teams, tasers and all that.
Listen to the song as you read the interview at – http://www.popdust.com/interview-stereo-off-2225814727.html
and yes in other news, ALTernative press still exists and they featured Stereo Off in – http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/15_things_that_you_need_to_know_happened_this_week/P1
there may be 15 things to know there, but we’d bet on #13.
13. Stereo Off—an indie rock electro mashup band—premiered a new song for “Venir.”
Joy of Violent Movement & Music Emissions Coverage
Double thanks to JoVM – They covered us a couple years back and have featured us again at https://joyofviolentmovement.com/2017/01/09/new-audio-stereo-off-returns-with-a-dance-floor-friendly-new-order-inspired-new-single/
“the newly constituted trio’s sound has become more dance floor friendly as the band pairs a sinuous bass line with shimmering synths, Marciano sultry and plaintive vocals, a tight motorik-like groove and their while retaining renowned penchant for crafting tight, anthemic hooks.”
While “Music Emissions” also wrote about us back on the first EP, but featured us again this week at:
“After some lineup changes in the past year, 2016 brought on a new sound, which is clear on lead single “Sunsetting” from their upcoming third EP” (and right above, you can preview the 2nd single, Venir).
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