This is going to be an amazing weekend / week coming up...
Tomorrow (Saturday) we'll be playing The Echo with everyone's favourite spooky electro duo, Adult.,and then on Thursday we'll be playing in Fullerton, with our special guest Donald Johnson from A Certain Ratio.
Ratio are in town to play the Part Time Punks festival on Sunday (their first appearance in the U.S. in what, 20, 25 years?) and Donald will be joining us onstage to play drums for a few numbers (special surprises included).
Last time he was out here, he played two sold out shows at Dodger Stadium with Electronic (Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr)... Obviously this is a step up!
EXCLUSIVE LIVE DOWNLOAD: Does It Offend You, Yeah? "Let's Make Out" LIVE [at The Echo] Episode 3 of "At the Show"
As one who has spent many nights at The Echo (living 3 blocks away helps) I can say that some of the best nights are the crowded sweaty ones where dancing is a requirement not an option. This is the case every Friday night for Club Underground nights, Sunday's for Part Time Punks and then there's the touring bands of the likes of Girl Talk, Cut Copy and others who come through regularly. British electro-rockers Does It Offend You, Yeah? carried the dance torch recently and Spaceland Recordings was able to catch some of that live and is inviting you in to share the experience with their latest episode of "At the Show" on ManiaTV.
Watch some live footage of the band performing to an appreciative audience as they play their hit "Let's Make Out" and a few others. Brendan from ManiaTV also sits down and talks with the guys. So come on in and enjoy another intimate show at The Echo by a band that is known for their often raucous and energetic live shows.
Also we are pleased to make a live version of "Let's Make Out" an exclusive download here on RCRDLBL. Enjoy!
hey everyone. I thought that it would be fun if as we put some of these tracks up, we got the artists to chime in, a bit. This one is from Joey. the singer of The Henry Clay People. He's brother is the other guy that looks similar to him, playing guitar... that's andy.
At the bottom there are some reviews of some of the residency shows for you to check out too. At spaceland and the echo we have a resident band that plays every monday in the month. its FREE to attend and a great way to see a band "grow up" some of my favorite shows at the club have been these. -kV
The residency was a blast. We tried to have something a little different each night to keep the spirit spontaneous. Rock and roll should be shot from the hip. We relearned some Op-Ivy covers that we hadn't played since high school, we got alot of friends to join us on stage. It was chaos and I loved every minute of it.