Late Guest at the Party plays Cameo Gallery tonight with Slam Donahue, Easy Over, and Ponyhof. Should be a fun show.
Check out the Italian band’s new video for their hot new single “You Make Me Nervous,” out now on Reynolds Records. If you can’t make it out to Cameo tonight, LGATP also plays Cake Shop this Thursday, September 8.
Late Guest at the Party – You Make Me Nervous:
The Kills just finished up a two-night stint performing at Terminal 5 yesterday to promote their new album Blood Pressures which came out this Spring. This is the fourth studio album from the two-member band (Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince) released by Domino Records. Their pared down style relies on a minimalist combination of beats, guitar, and vocals with an occasional sampled effect. The result is oddly addictive.
Below check out “Future Starts Slow,” the second single from the album. And just because it’s been a while, we included a bonus Jam today – a live recording of “DNA” from Cochella this year. Hince reportedly dedicated this song to his wife, Kate Moss.
The Kills – Future Starts Slow
The Kills – DNA
At the end of any great show, don’t you have that fantasy moment that the band you were grooving to all night will come out and play just one more song? Well last Friday, the audience at the Gibson Guitar Showroom in Washington, D.C. got just that. Following the Bear Hands set at the end of the show as the crowd was trickling out to the porch to enjoy their last drinks and cigarettes, Val Loper and Ted Feldman from Bear Hands, Slam Donahue, and Emil from Emil & Friends rocked out to Slam Donahue’s “It’s Scary.” The show was hosted by All Things Go and curated by Cantora Records.
Cantora All Stars performing Slam Donahue – “It’s Scary” [featuring Slam Donahue, Bear Hands, Emil & Friends, and Will Griggs]:
In case you haven’t been able to see Bear Hands recently, they have started to play a new song live called “Giants.” This is probably my new favorite Bear Hands song, and ya’ll need to get ready for the dopeness when these guys record their next album.
This recording is from their set at the Cantora Records Official SXSW 2011 Showcase down at The Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX, where they shared the stage with Superhumanoids, Slam Donahue, Reptar, Secret Music, and Computer Magic. Take notes!
Bear Hands – Giants (live):
Are you ready for this weekend? If you don’t have tickets to this hot show from PopGun Booking on Friday night at Glasslands, then you’re probably not ready yet! We’ve got 2 tickets for the show, featuring Gobble Gobble, Headless Horseman, Slam Donahue, and Raindeer, and we have a hot ticket contest to go with it!
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We’d like you, our readers, to send us your favorite song from the 4 bands playing the show – Gobble Gobble, Headless Horseman, Slam Donahue, and Raindeer – with a short explanation of why you love the song and why it’s better than the rest. The reader with our favorite answer will win two (2) tickets to the show, courtesy of EV2BK!
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You can check out more details for the event from PopGun’s website or from the Facebook event invite.
Tickets can be purchased here for the unlucky ones who don’t win: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/29265
Glass Rifle, who released their first single “Foebic/Cutters” last fall on 100m Records in a limited edition run of 300 letter pressed, hand-numbered CDs (designed by Letter From Brooklyn), recently played a show at Party Xpo in Brooklyn.
Below are a couple of videos from the show, complete with giant fish! Glass Rifle’s next show is at Legion Bar on March 20, 2011.
Glass Rifle – Cutters (live):
Glass Rifle – Bent Lever (live):
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Back on February 11, Headless Horseman and Slam Donahue played at Pianos along with (The) Tony Castles and others. Here are a couple of video highlights from the show:
Slam Donahue – I Know (live 2/11/11 at Pianos):
Headless Horseman – Demonsong (live 2/11/11 at Pianos):
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