“Devices + Emblems” LP is out of print
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. It’s still available digitally, of course, with the two songs from no. 7 included.
New t-shirt design available
July 24: Granada Theater w/ Mission of Burma
Tre Orsi on WFMU today, 3pm Eastern
During our rampage of the Northeastern US with Martha’s Vineyard Ferries back in August, we recorded a live set at the WFMU studio for Terre T’s Cherry Blossom Clinic show. This was like getting an audience with the Pope while having to try your hardest not to cuss.
Terre and Paul and Stu treated us like kings, and it’s an honor to be part of her awesome show. Thanks guys! You can listen live today, 3pm Eastern at wfmu.org, or stream it later at your convenience at wfmu.org/tt.
Tomorrow night: Dallas with Nervous Curtains and The Counterlife
This is going down at the Pastime Tavern, which is at 1503 S Ervay St. Starts at 9pm. It’s our only show for the foreseeable future, so come and get your fill of Terveet Kädet jokes.
Tomorrow night in Denton — with Casiotone FTPA
August 2010 US dates
We are trekking out to New England + thereabouts in a couple of weeks to play shows with a bunch of great bands. You can’t quantify the amount of excitement we’re feeling about this. I mean, just look at this silly thing we made:
8/24 / OAK BLUFFS, MA / The Dive Bar
— w/ The Martha’s Vineyard Ferries (Bob Weston, Chris Brokaw, Elisha Weisner)
8/25 / CAMBRIDGE, MA / TT The Bear’s Place
— w/ The Martha’s Vineyard Ferries + Major Stars
8/26 / BROOKLYN, NY / Death By Audio
— w/ The Martha’s Vineyard Ferries
8/27 / PHILADELPHIA, PA / Johnny Brenda’s
— w/ Arc In Round + Busses
8/28 / PITTSBURGH, PA / Brillobox
— w/ The Karl Hendricks Trio
8/29 / COLUMBUS, OH / The Treehouse
We’ll have some new t-shirts, which is good news for you because everyone is sick of looking at your six-pack. Really, control yourself, ok?
“Devices + Emblems” out today
Hey! Devices + Emblems is now available at all major download services, including iTunes, eMusic and Rhapsody. The digital version is courtesy of the otherwise excellent Comedy Minus One label, who also bring you great stuff from Bottomless Pit, Obits, and many others.
We’re working on shows for August and September, in the Northeast, Midwest, and Texas. Hopefully the West coast sooner rather than later, but Joey Shithead from D.O.A. hasn’t returned any of my calls.