PrettyOldSound Concert+Core of the Coalman&the Alpha Strategy Baltic Seaboard Tour+NewlyReleasedRecordings
Here It Comes Again
Our Equally Well-Dressed Version is called Pretty Old Sound, and is pictured below:
We are performing tomorrow night, albeit as a duo, in Vzorkovna, in Prague.
(located at Bartolomějská 13, Praha 1, 11000 Prague, Czech Republic)
starts at 8, ok?
◆ pretty old sound (bg, usa) – ”romanticky” rock n’ roll / this time duo
◆ alpha strategy (canada) – experimental noise rock / post-punk
◆ fuck it duet (cz) – experimental / free improvisation / noise
◆ the holy groovers (cz) – blues / garage / acoustic
we have no real idea as to the order, but it will probably cost 150kc or less.
This is our new video, which is based on a show we are rumored to have played in Tabor back in July or June:
wait, that’s not right, its this one:
“the only day i ever look to, like i do
across her back i look, for all the simple things”Dimitar Dimov
Then Wednesday, I begin a Core of the Coalman tour
as opening act for Canadian band Alpha Strategy
Tuesday, September 02 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Vzorkovna
Thursday, September 04 – Jelgava, Latvia @ Melno Cepurišu Balerija
Friday, September 05 – Kaunas, Lithuania @ SOTU Festival
Saturday, September 06 – Vilnius, Lithuania @ SOTU Festival
Sunday, September 07 – Tallinn, Estonia @ Kultuuriklubi Kelm
Monday, September 08 – Riga, Latvia @ Nabaklab
Tuesday, September 09 – Poznan, Poland @ Troche Kultury
please join us if you are nearby, and/or a maniac
they have organized this tour in support of their new and self-titled record
which is availiable for listening and purchase
perhaps my use of a link that actually goes where it is supposed to shocks you?
below here is a taste of my new tape coming soon from Feathered Coyote Records, the amazing tape label run by Bird People (whose King of the Grove recording, linked to there…really! is one of my favorite!)
and here is my aforementioned full-length Japanese Release from Kirigirsu recordings
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