KINSKI (from Seattle, WA! New album ‘7 (or 8)’ out now!)
WIMPS (from Seattle, WA! New album ‘Suitcase’ out now!)
DEEP FRIEND BOOGIE BAND (from Portland! Members of Quasi, Boston Spaceships, Dragging An Ox Through Water, etc.)
Saturday, December 12th! 9pm
at The Spare Room
4830 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97218
$10! tickets on sale now at http://www.eventbrite.com/
To continue our celebration of this release, Kinski is heading out to the East Coast to play some select venues… with some old friends and with some new friends as well.
Hope you can make it out to your closest venue.
Here’s a recent piece from Brooklyn Vegan with some streaming tracks:
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Grab a radio this Saturday night, and tune it to 90.3 FM! Or point a browser to kexp.org, 8pm PST (that’s -8 GMT).
We’ll be performing a live in-studio session on KEXP’s show Audioasis.
Here is a facebook link to remind yourself to tune in by RSVP’ing to this event:
Kinski LIVE on KEXP!
Our new video is out! Thanks to Carlos Alberto Fernandez Lopez for making it happen!
“Kinski’s latest gnarly trip called “I Fell Like a Fucking Flower,” complete with a twisted video to match.”
Our album is out today! Click on that album image below for release info.
PRESS PAGE: http://www.killrockstars.com/press/krs597
We have some sweet videos coming your way too. The first is directed by Mike Wurn and it’s a manic ride through all the unintended consequences the best decisions in life have to offer. You’ve been warned!
With contributions from Pete Brand, Kate Leaver and Tom DesLongchamp (help with those insane puppets). Thanks guys!
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Partial bio blurb thing About 7 (or 8). More info here!
7 (or 8), the title itself a wry observation echoing the confusion created by their extensive catalog, is in fact their SEVENTH (or eighth depending who you ask) LP and second for new label home Kill Rock Stars, having previously released several LPs on Sub Pop and other discerning independent labels. Recorded and mixed in San Francisco at El Studio with Phil Manley (of Trans Am, and Life Coach), 7 (or 8) comes in the midst of a more prolific period for the band.