Divine Fits, the band made up of Britt Daniel, Dan Boeckner and Sam Brown, confirmed that its debut album A Thing Called Divine Fits will be released August 28 through Merge. We posted last week the track My Love Is Real and now NPR is streaming another song, Would That Not Be Nice. Click here to listen to that track.
1. My Love Is Real
2. Flaggin a Ride
3. What Gets You Alone
4. Would That Not Be Nice
5. The Salton Sea
6. Baby Get Worse
7. Civilian Stripes
8. For Your Heart
10. Like Ice Cream
I lost my older brother to juvenile diabetes five years ago. It was a painful process to watch Chris degrade and finally pass due to complications from the disease. To help others, and raise continued awareness, MOKB & MOKB Presents have proudly partnered to make the upcoming Rock-It-To-A-Cure charity event & concert a success. This annual rockfest features bands and musicians coming together to perform for a common cause – to raise money for JDRF (the Juvenile Diabetes Reseach Foundation) – and to help educate about Type I diabetes.
•3:30 – Doors Open
•3:30 – 6:00: Family Fun Zone
•3:30 – 10:00: Vendor/Exhibitor Zone
•4:30 – 6:00: VIP Reception
•6:30 – 10:00: Concert
All proceeds go to benefit the Indiana Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Visit www.ritac.org for event and ticket information. Tickets may also be purchased at www.livenation.com, www.ticketmaster.com and the Old National Center Box Office as well as all Ticketmaster outlets.
Contact Mark McCollum at email@example.com to find out how your family team can sell General Admission tickets to this event and get credit for the full ticket price for your team!
We are really digging on Brown Bird and are excited to welcome them to Indianapolis on November 5th, at Radio Radio, when they come to town with The Devil Makes Three. I’m racking up the views of their recent session video performance of “Bilgewater.”
We’ve also got a new cut called “End Of Days,” from the duo’s upcoming release, Salt For Salt, which drops on Oct. 18th.
Have you had your rock fix today? What about that craving for those 90’s childhood days of yore? You remember those, don’t you? That forgotten age when mp3s, smartphones, HD and BluRay were undreamed nuggets not yet in the brains of the best R & D minds. You heard Beavis and Butthead are making their triumphant return to that one station that played images of bands right on your cathode ray box long ago, right? It’s been what, 16 years?! Maybe the world has changed after all. Maybe life is exactly as it was 20 years ago. I mean, you still look the same, right? Boy, do I have news for you! I have hard evidence of rock and roll that is alive and well. Yuck! This is a good thing. Oh, and you can watch Yuck actually perform. The audio is matched up with this visual presentation, and you can actually experience music with your ears and eyes. Here’s the best part: they play multiple songs (one is a ten minute hazy, guitar eruption called “Rubber”) in this slapdash, wickedly designed room, and Yuck is the centerpiece in a shrine to all those things you love most – VHS tapes (!!!), public access television and a (mostly) naked dead-stare muse! If you’ve been begging some deity to take you back to simpler times, you should think about thanking Yuck and Room 205 for returning you to the world you know and love.
Room 205 is a music and film collaboration sharing a passion for the arts that have inspired them. For Yuck’s Room 205 visit, Michael Reich directed, Forrest Borie edited, Tamarra Younis designed the set and Ariela Marin starred as the muse.
I don’t know why, maybe their Midwestern roots or their catchy songs, but MOKB has always has a soft spot for Cincinnati’s Pomegranates. We were excited to learn that a planned 7”, announced a few month back, had morphed into a 12” double-EP.
The new double EP is titled In Your Face Thieves/Chestnut Attic and contains 10 new tracks. It was released this week via Lujo Records. It is available in vinyl and digital formats. The band gave us a track from each EP, “Softness” and “Morroco Girl“, for your listening/downloading pleasure.
MOKB Presents is very proud to partner with the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Big Car, and Asthmatic Kitty Records to support the inaugural Outsound V.1 music and video festival! This Thursday we welcome SON LUX to the IMA’s Toby Theater. (Buy your tickets here!)
Manhattan-based artist and composer, Ryan Lott, also an IU music graduate, received national accaim by National Public Radio’s All Songs Considered, which picked Son Lux as its best new artist of 2008 on the strength of debut album At War with Walls and Mazes.
This past February, Son Lux released his follow-up, We Are Rising, through Anticon Records. The new album features guest appearances from Peter Silberman (Antlers), DM Stith, and Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond). The album was created and recorded in 28 days and tracked by NPR’s RPM Challenge.
Opening for Son Lux on Thursday at the Indianapolis Museum of Art is Helado Negro, a vehicle for experimental producer Roberto Carlos Lange, who in May released his second Asthmatic Kitty album, Canta Lechuza.
The Outsound V.1 music and video festival is and exhibition of new video art and three nights’ worth of local and touring electronic music acts at the IMA and Big Car’s Service Center for Contemporary Culture and Community.