Kinski

2007

In March, kick ass show with Green Milk from the Planet Orange, who came all the way from Japan to be there, and Sean, who came all the way from the U-District to be there. At the Comet Tavern (RIP). GMFTPO seriously ripped.
Our bud Luke LaPlank (from Sean) looking on:

Also, Barrett brings Colin into the Sub Pop offices to visit a “Pet Psychic.”

And play some air hockey:

And meet Megan Jasper’s pup:

In June, Kinski scored a silent film for the Seattle International Film Festival, Walter Ruttman’s “Berlin: Symphony of a City.”

In September, West Coast tour begins for Down Below It’s Chaos, with Chris also doubling on guitar for Unnatural Helpers. We also supported Helmet in San Diego. Also did another live set for KEXP.

Sept 12 – LA, Echo (w/ Unnatural Helpers)
Sept 13 – San Diego, Casbah (supporting Helmet)
Sept 14 – SF, Bottom of the Hill (w/ Unnatural Helpers)
Sept 15 – Chico, Off Limits (w/ West By Swan, Unnatural Helpers, The Secret Stolen)
Sept 27th – Seattle, Crocodile Café (w/ Wolves in the Throne Room, Helms Alee)

In October, we joined with Magik Markers (Ecstatic Peace) for a super noisy and fun Sunset Tavern show.

In Fall, Midwest tour.

Oct 27 – Denver, Larimer Lounge (w/ Warlocks, Darker My Love, Autokinoton)
Nov 1 – Minneapolis, Triple Rock (w/ Daughters of the Sun)
Nov 2 – Chicago, Empty Bottle (w/ Mung, Black Ladies)
Nov 3 – Cleveland – Grog Shop (w/Flat Can Co, Brainbow)
Then the east coast tour:
Nov 28 – Washington, DC, Velvet Lounge (w/ Clockcleaner & Kohoutek)
Nov 29th – Philadelphia, PN, Johnny Brenda’s (w/ Alasehir (members of Bardo Pond))
Nov 30th – Brooklyn, NY, Club Europa (w/ Oneida & White Hills)
Dec 1st – Boston, MA, Middle East (w/ Oneida & Cul de Sac)

In December, Kinski joins forces with NYC dancers robbinschilds, in collaboration with A.L. Steiner & AJ Blanford for C.L.U.E. for the first time at PS122 NYC for an extended run.

robbinschilds/Kinski: CLUE blurb:
“Choreography team robbinschilds are known for creating acutely visual works that explore the intersection of human movement and architecture, be it natural or manmade. C.L.U.E. (color location ultimate experience) seamlessly combines a movement-based video with an acutely visual live dance performance and an original score performed live by Seattle rock band Kinski.”

Here’s a short video preview from PS122:

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