As Keats once said, “this is mothafuckin Brooklyn yo-”. Indonesia was amazing, but it’s always a treat to step back on that New York City soil, breathe that New York City air. I’m officially back on duty, and very jet lagged. So please pardon any incoming incoherence as I break fresh ground on a long list of bookmarked Bandcamps I’ve been meaning to squelch.
I’ll also take this opportunity to point out that we’re hosting Australia’s Post Paint tomorrow night at Freecandy with The Snake and Mavy Entertainment. The night is completely free, but bring your ID’s. (PS- Happy Lives is playing now and there’s a chance Il Abanico will be gracing us with their acoustic presence; rumors, rumors.) Dingus
Posted in A: Dingus, T: News, T: Single
Tagged back, Brooklyn, don't upset the bear, freecandy, Happy Lives, Itchy Hearts, New York, Nowhere, NY, Post Paint, the Snake
‘Culture Capital’ by Post Paint (July 2, 2011)
‘Culture Capital’, possibly, is one of the most laid back Post Paint tracks. A track that presents the band at its very most composed. In this snapshot, Post Paint looks more like a pop group than an art rock band, but hey, often it’s the pop song that lends itself to a long summer’s night drive.
Amo Amas Amat by Post Paint (July 2, 2011)
Post Paint can be the smoothest band at times, and the most jarring at others. Not your typical, loud and obnoxious jarring. More like a dissonant jarring. Sometimes it seems like they have no respect for traditional key signature, but that’s easily what makes some of their most creative moments possible.