Tuesday, August 28, 2012

WOW! Stunning performances down at The Space last week. Normal Love's clang of avant precision held everyone's attention in their grasp like few we've had before. Two new, and very different, tunes from Ithaca's trio BRIAN! and the now-on-hiatus DAADs plus more fresh instrumental heaviness from Temuchin. Lots more after the break too...


Normal Love


BRIAN! "Ixnay on the Islay"


Temuchin


DAADs (new one)

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Live Video: Maps & Atlases

  

Big thanks to Lanny Huang for his footage at the Maps & Atlases show from May 17th at The Haunt. They're playing again soon, so watch, listen, and come see them again.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Thanks to everyone who came out for another wildly successful birthday show for Bubba. Great turnout, great vibes, and of course - amazing bands. Check out footage below including a brand new track from Mouth To Mouth To Mouth!


Mouth To Mouth To Mouth

Wednesday, August 8, 2012


That's right folks. Legendary California grind troop PHOBIA (Deep Six / Willowtip / Relapse) will be at The Space on Tuesday, October 19th with tourmates D.I.S. and Strong Intention, plus locals Hiroshima Vacation and one more tba.  Presale tickets are up already and are just $8 right here.

Thanks to our pals Odyssey Booking for jumping on to help co-promote this one with Ithaca Underground.

Check out tracks from latest, "Remnants of Filth" issued just this past June via Deep Six and Willowtip.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

The Great Sabatini (Montreal) and Twin Lords (Brooklyn, featuring Andrew Hernandez of Tombs) shook the rafters of The Space Friday night for the first VII/IU collab show. Looking forward to more of these! Footage from both are below. Thanks to Hiroshima Vacation and Blunt Guts for starting things off with their blistering grind and powerviolence.


The Great Sabatini


Twin Lords

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Wow! Quite a successful weekend of shows if I do say so myself.  Friday, July 27th with Paper Mice, Our Daily Fix, Grady Stiles, King Sized Pegasus and Mouth To Mouth To Mouth was probably one of the most high-energy shows we've ever hosted at The Space.  Sunday brought us brand new material off of why+the+wires upcoming third LP "All These Dead Astronauts" and absolutely crushing noise-rock jams from The Catalyst, who performed new material by their pending "Voyager" release (hope you were at the show to grab advance copies of the LP).   Dionaea and Temuchin (congrats to Dan and Jackie on their new baby) were missed, but we were stoked on the last minute addition of Plasma 36.

Video from both Ithaca nights are below, plus clips from Living Room and Porches. are up from Mouth To Mouth To Mouth's trip to Suburbia in Brooklyn.  The best time and hospitality were had, so kudos to the whole Suburbia crew. As always, check out the IU YouTube channel for tons more video here.


why+the+wires "Hello Nurse (new song!!)