SATURDAY APRIL 23rd @ CLUB EXIT
147 Greenpoint Ave @ Manhattan Ave, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Eric Gaffney & Jason Loewenstein (original members of Sebadoh)
Blood on the Wall
get there early, bands have to be over by midnight!
[ BLACK DICE ]
BLACK DICE, with acclaim ranging from such outlets as The New York Times to Frieze magazine, have been creating an international underground stir. Past performances at art spaces such as the Andrew Kreps Gallery and the Swiss Institute, align them with the New York art world. Notorious for their history of aggressive live performances that challenge sound barriers, their music has grown to a state of spatial complexity, creating a sea of electronic bass tones, altered vocals, percussion experimentation and abstract guitar drones. Black Dice has released records on DFA and Troubleman Unlimited records.
[ ERIC GAFFNEY & JASON LOEWENSTEIN (SEBADOH) ]
Founding two thirds of Sebadoh III era Sebadoh, plus Eric was there all the way back to The Freed Man – drums on Weed Forrestin’ even. Responsible for all of the harder, weirder Sebadoh output, these two guys haven’t played together in years – since Gaffney left to protest Sebadoh’s more commercial turn, just before the Bakesale record. Eric has rounded out his days since the early nineties putting out records and touring under the Fields of Gaffney moniker.
[ BLOOD ON THE WALL ]
Bro and sis duo Courtney and Brad Shanks and most of the time drummer Miggy Littleton (who also used-to-play in White Magic). Smart co-ed indie rawk like you didn’t think they made anymore. Rock ‘n roll. “BOTW is a classic fucked up rock band, hitting the earth’s atmosphere at just the right angle to produce all kinds of heat.” – Time Out NY
[ CAUSE CO-MOTION ]
Tight concise un-twee pop, played clean with uneffected guitars and bass, and a just the facts three piece drumkit. smart snappy songs and neat and tidy melodies. ” simply thrilled and smashing times. reverb disasters and crash-pop shambles. wobbly bass. quarter sleeves, cotton shoes, and awkward hats.” – Josh Gabriel, Artrocker Zine
[ CLUB EXIT ]
Club Exit is a fuckin’ crazy designed to the hilt Polish super disco located above a Burger King around the corner from the Greenpoint Ave train station in Greenpoint, Brooklyn – Little Poland, NYC. Club Exit achieves some kind of comfy elegance – perhaps in spite of it’s many many rooms and levels of pulsating lights, lasers, smoke, backlit ovular furniture, light fixtures, bathrooms sinks, bartops, etc – in general lots and lots of backlit opaque plastic and brushed steel. You’ve walked past it a zillion times – you’ve got to see the inside of this place. All VIP lounges and secret hidey-holes will be open to everybody for the duration of this event.
ADVANCE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE @ EAT RECORDS -&- @ REJOICE
EAT RECORDS – 718.389.8083
REJOICE – 718.599.6646