We are currently awaiting the release of our first LP, titled “Worry,” on Olde English Spelling Bee. We’ve been playing very frequently in the Brooklyn, NYC area with a lot of great bands, such as Real Estate, Ducktails (Whom we are touring with at the end of July), and No Demons Here. We’ve been spending a lot of time demoing for our next release, which will likely feature a higher fidelity aesthetic than our previous releases. (Alex) just graduated with his undergraduate college degree, (Ian) is entering his final year of undergrad. We’ve been feeling extremely fatigued. (Ian) drinks black coffee with a little bit of sugar, (Alex) likes his coffee with milk and two Splenda. (for more tracks and vids by the duo and sister bands look below for The Scene).
Big Troubles- Georgia
Smashing Pumpkins -1979
This is strangely accurate.
Prefab Sprout – Johnny Johnny
Prefab Sprout. Brilliant songwriting. Perfect and heartbreaking.
July 30, Glasslands, Brooklyn NY, with Julian Lynch, Campfires, Ducktails and La Big Vic http://glasslands.blogspot.com/
It has been a while now since I came across Big Troubles, first time I heard them, I remember simply gazing through the whole song, and feeling sorta elevated, the music is loud and kicking, and yet something in the fuzziness and the vocals makes it all dreamy, shuegazy lo-fi heaven. Other bands presented are New Jersey based bands, such as Real Estate, Ducktails (Real Estate’s Matt Mondanile’s act), No Demons Here and Julian Lynch, all having psychedelic elements. Also Brooklyn’s lo-fi sister bands: All Saints day (Vivian Girls’ Katy Goodman’s side project), Coasting and Dream Diary. & finally some sweet sounds coming out of New Haven by Procedure Club.
Procedure Club- Rather
All Saints Day
No Demons Here- TV
Julian Lynch – Garden 2