Drinking punk like song by Philly post punk vets Stellarscope… let’s drink like tomorrow will never come ;)
Popnoise Festival Presents
Virginia’s fuzz pop band Death Valley Rally
Philly post punk veterans Stellarscope
March 12 Treehouse Lounge DC
March 13 Lava Lounge Pittsburgh PA
with Apache Fog and Carny Stomp
March 14 Pat’s in the Flats Cleveland OH
with Morticia’s Chair
March 15 Juniors (Pilsen) Chicago Il
"Mesmerized, you inhabit a moment free from time and place."
Petrichor: the scent of rain on earth, and the state inhabited by Ars Phoenix’s Violent Rain. The latest from Gainesville, FL’s synthgaze goth lovelies (and headliners at Velvet Lounge on March 28), it’s a record that takes you somewhere dark and damp and deep, only to awaken you abruptly with a 7-minute spoken finale.
It’s dangerous to compare any band to Joy Division, but Ars Phoenix is what Ian Curtis’ band might have sounded like had he had a female backing vocalist on every track, a lot more synthesizers, and a reference to post-rock’s cinematic climaxes. Much of Violent Rain is cold, but not callous; it calls you in out of the drizzle and lets you gaze out on it from behind slightly frosted windowpanes. It’s a dark place but so beautiful you barely notice, barely feel the chill creeping in.
That state can’t last forever, though. So we arrive at the title and closing track, a confrontation between what’s inside and what’s out—and when, ever so subtly, the boundaries were dragged through the fresh mud. Violent Rain is unsettling, yet it speaks to something so fundamentally true—how life is lived in gray areas—that it will be hard to stop yourself pressing “play” again.
Sphere music reviews Stellarscope’s upcoming record ‘The end is near. I’m not prepared’ that will be be released March 11, 2014
“Stellarscope have created another sound that proves to be addicting. I played this album four times today. Perhaps it’s the early New Order or Joy Division that keep me coming back.”
Fresh off the presses!!! Sound & Vision interviews Tom Lugo, they talk about what got him started in music, his influences, the Patetico Recordings record label, his music projects (Stellarscope , Drowning Dreams, Panophonic, ShiShi, Under The Wire) , and more.
Learn more about the man that never sleeps ;p
Sifu Tom Lugo Master of Martial Arts 2014- video slide show by LiveAndLocalTv
Come for a free seminar by Sifu Tom Lugo at the Chinese Kung Fu and Karate Expo 8 MARCH 29 2014 CHELSEA HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY NJ..
Tickets or contest registrations ACKungFu.com http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=3xe6hqZzJIE&u=/watch?
This is the trailer for Upside Down : The Creation Records Story. The movie was released on DVD/Blue-ray in the UK on May 9th, 2011. We release in Japan in mid-August with worldwide release rolling out from then on. Check out our website http://bit.ly/7avwHx or Facebook http://on.fb.me/kshUFH for more details.
Después de haber participado en el tributo a Cocteau Twins con el cover para “Heaven or Las Vegas”, Tom y Jamie han estrenado otro videoclip de ShiShi para seguir promocionando su disco debut Eternal Bliss (ver Los Mejores 50 Debuts de 2013). El tema elegido para esta ocasión es“Turn Back the Clocks”.
The Musical Junkie Tape Mixture #20 featuring ShiShi, Super Toys, Cranes, An Occasion For Balloons, Girls Like Cigarettes, Problem Child, princess reason, and more. http://themusicaljunkie.blog.com/2014/01/15/tape-mixture-20/ #indiepop #shoegaze #indie #electropop
NEW VIDEO: ShiShi - Turn back the clocks
from their debut CD ‘Eternal Bliss’
Available on Amazon. Get yourself a copy… you know you want to! #indiepop #nugaze#electropop http://www.amazon.com/Eternal-Bliss-ShiShi/dp/B00HQ4GB74
Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/ShiShi/257449944356585https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8zHUfvLz34