Kinski

2018 – Our Big Anniversary, Upcoming NW Shows, and a New Album!

Hey everyone, excited about the coming year!

Kinski will be celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band in 2018! Holy crap, right? Kill Rock Stars will reissue a double LP of Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle in advance of the release of Kinski’s brand-new full length album.  We will have some announcements soon regarding the details about our new album plus some other releases, and tour info.

Here’s some upcoming shows in the NW.

January 27th with Dirtface at Lucky Liquor (Tukwila, WA)
https://www.songkick.com/concerts/32144659-kinski-at-lucky-liquor

Treefort Music Fest, March 21-25, Boise ID
https://www.facebook.com/events/1878361798857744/

Kinski & Man Forever, Once Again

Kinski, Man Forever @ Sunset Tavern

We are excited once again to join forces here in Seattle with MAN FOREVER, the project of our friend KID MILLIONS (aka John Colpitts) from one of our favorite bands in the country, ONEIDA!

Thurs Nov 9… 9 pm!

From the Stranger’s Brittnie Fuller:

“After nearly 20 years as a band, Seattle’s Kinski continue to deliver groovy, kraut-tinged grunge riffs. Their vast psychedelic sprawl recalls early/mid-1990s Sonic Youth’s noise-rock dirges, sometimes peppered with prog flourishes or what I like to call “long-form flute breakdowns.””

Click here for Stranger link, and to get tickets, etc

            

Click here for more info about Man Forever

 

New recordings completed! Shows in NW!

Hey everyone.  We are back from El Studio in San Francisco, where we recently wrapped up our next record again working with the sage and savvy Phil Manley (Trans Am, Life Coach, Golden, The Fucking Champs, Oneida, Jonas Reinhardt, Once and Future Band, and Terry Gross). Thanks Phil!

Tracked and mixed in 10 days!! Release date TBA, but we are super excited to share it with you soon.

In the meantime, here are some….

…Upcoming shows!

Kinski contribution on James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake project

Hey, we have a treat for you all who are reading this.
 
Are you familiar with James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake?”
 
Kinski, along with Matthew’s mother Morna Reid-Schwartz, took part (along with over 100 “writers, artists, scholars, weirdos and generally adventurous people” from 15 different countries) in setting to music James Joyce’s sprawling and unbelievably bizarre novel. Waywords and Meansigns are the people behind it, and they did an incredible job in putting it all together in time for Finnegans Wake’s 78th birthday on May 4th. Listen to it at the link below.  123 tracks spanning 19 hours 23 minutes from contributors in 15 countries, plus two artworks (Heather Ryan Kelley and Raymond Pettibon).
 

From the Waywords and Meansigns’ website:
With releases in 2015, 2016 and now 2017, we have created some 70 hours of audio in total, setting the entire text of Finnegans Wake to music multiple times.”

The James Joyce Centre in Dublin calls a previous edition “31 hours, 8 minutes, 11 seconds worth of delightful strangeness.”

Check it out here:
Or just our section here:

Upstream Festival – Saturday, May 13

Next up:

Kinski at AXIS 1 STAGE Sat, May 13

Next week, the big hub bub in Pioneer Square is going down.Take a taxi, bus,bike, or horseback because we just reserved the getting the last flippin’ parking spot and we’re not giving it up.

KILL ROCK STARS is having this showcase at AXIS. Exact times TBA, evening of Sat. May 12th, it will go in this order:
Wimps
Summer Cannibals
Kinski
Quasi

more info here: https://upstreammusicfest.com/Fest/LineUp.aspx#!programmation=artist$kinski/793

 

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