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TONY MOLINA ON COVER OF RAZORCAKE

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alldogsohio:

fleabitema:

We are really excited to announce that Puzzle Pieces Records is going to be putting out our first tape this Spring, just in time for us to hit the road.
We just put all 6 tracks up on our bandcamp. We recorded this ourselves last year at WTBU and had it mastered by Will over at Dead Air Studios. It’s really exciting to finally share it with you all. Once the tape is out you can buy it over at Puzzle Pieces and even download it for free.

of course this is great.

yup

alldogsohio:

fleabitema:

We are really excited to announce that Puzzle Pieces Records is going to be putting out our first tape this Spring, just in time for us to hit the road.

We just put all 6 tracks up on our bandcamp. We recorded this ourselves last year at WTBU and had it mastered by Will over at Dead Air Studios. It’s really exciting to finally share it with you all. Once the tape is out you can buy it over at Puzzle Pieces and even download it for free.

of course this is great.

yup

graceambrose:

swag business meeting for SABERMETRIC records / i need to upload this image so i can link to it for the website

tomorrow the good throb record drops watch this space for purchasing link
*extreme swag level*

graceambrose:

swag business meeting for SABERMETRIC records / i need to upload this image so i can link to it for the website

tomorrow the good throb record drops watch this space for purchasing link

*extreme swag level*

Plutocracy - “Blind Idealism”

Puppy Cops is an acid/noise/techno/UNCLASSIFIABLE group I was in 2010-11 that has arisen from death. On April 9 at Baby’s All Right, we play our first show in 38 months —- a show put on by Godmode Records, who will be releasing us on tape sometime soon: https://www.facebook.com/events/762145003803960/

Puppy Cops is an acid/noise/techno/UNCLASSIFIABLE group I was in 2010-11 that has arisen from death. On April 9 at Baby’s All Right, we play our first show in 38 months —- a show put on by Godmode Records, who will be releasing us on tape sometime soon: https://www.facebook.com/events/762145003803960/

camillamorelli:

Henry’s Dress, circa 1995

camillamorelli:

Henry’s Dress, circa 1995

(via landspeedrecord)

lizpelly:

my sister helped book this cool show and it will raise funds for silent barn thanks jenn

learned a cro-mags cover for this show u gotta be there 2 believe

lizpelly:

my sister helped book this cool show and it will raise funds for silent barn thanks jenn

learned a cro-mags cover for this show u gotta be there 2 believe

(Source: jennpelly)

Girls Get Busy Interview: Arm Candy

girlsgetbusyzine:

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Sarah interviews Kate Meizner from the band, Arm Candy about musicianship, being a girl in band and the Brooklyn music scene. Kate mentions a ton of bands in the meanwhile, so go forth and follow the links!

Hi, Kate, you’re in the band Arm Candy. Can you tell me a little about how you found your bandmates/formed the band?

A friend of mine from the internet (very millennial) introduced me to Carey (drummer of Arm Candy) at a show in early 2013. I was playing in an indie pop band at the time and was looking for a heavier project, so when Carey mentioned that Arm Candy needed a bassist, I was really jazzed about playing with them. The first demo, which isn’t online anymore, definitely had some ill riffs I could get down with. Emails were exchanged, and I had my first practice with Carey and Nathan where we jammed a few songs and hung out with Carey’s cool dog. Very good vibes. We started practicing every week and I was thrilled to just hang out and write songs, which I hadn’t done a lot of in my other band.

What kind of previous band experiences did you have? How long has this been part of your life?

I’ve been playing guitar since I was 14 - before that I played clarinet and totally sucked at it, so my dad went and exchanged it for a Peavey. Around the same time, I was getting into a bunch of ‘turn of the century’ early 00s pop punk and older punk like X and Black Flag. I remember listening to The Ramones and thinking ‘hey this song is only three notes…I can do this,’ so one night I stole my dad’s guitar and taught myself some chords. Then, when my 9th grade English teacher assigned a project to create a piece of art about a book we were reading, I chose it as an opportunity to write an alarmingly depressing and terrible pop song, which I played on an unamplified electric guitar in front of my class. I recall having a huge zit on my forehead.

I have a really weird band CV ranging from punk/pop punk to like…prog rock. In Western Mass I was in hardcore punk band called Honeysuck with Ally Einbinder (now the bassist in Potty Mouth) Sam Chaplin, and Marc Candilore (Tampered Reels). We put out a tape called All Your Lipsticks Are Bombs to Us where I’m playing guitar. I was in that band until I relocated to New York in 2011.

Most recently, I played in a jangly indie pop band called Gondola. I finished recording an album with them in December, and we released a four track 7” last March.

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