TODAY! The first annual Austin Instrumental Music Mini Fest. It’s going to be chilly and wet, but open the show inside. We may even play a new song…
We were featured on the homepage of the Austin Deli Mag today. They, like us, are eager to get this new album out! Thank you Trevor for the kind words.
We are playing a couple of festivals in the next month or so and you need to know about it.
2/28 – Austin’s First Annual Instrumental Mini-Fest @ the Gypsy Lounge, w/ Verisimilitude, Seven Circles, They Mean Us, Violinda, Vorcha, and Michael Garfield.
3/18 – Something else.
Last month, we were interviewed on the Fade to Yellow radio show on KOOP. We featured live recording of one of our new tracks that will appear on our upcoming album. PAGODA.
It is shaping up to be a COSMS-filled year. I hope you packed another pair of pants…
1.2.15 – recording at Ohm Studio
1.4.15 – SWPRC Free Week Showcase at the Scoot Inn
1.15.15 – w/ De Palma, Space State (Denton), Yuma at Holy Mountain
We will be on the Fade to Yellow show on KOOP Radio 91.7 in Austin and streaming live at koop.org. Our dear friend, Tom Laird will be interviewing us, we will pick some great music to spin, and we will be debuting a new song from our live performance last night at the Whip In. Tune in at 7 tonight!
November is going to be fun.
11.4 @ Beerland w/ Sunset Images (Mexico), Vorcha, Chipper Jones
11.8 @ the beloved Whip In with Brazilian Space Program
11.9 @ KOOP Fade to Yellow radio interview w/ Tom Laird
11.21 @ the Blackheart with Radar vs. Wolf, Mount Sherpa, Electric Folk
Busy week. 2 shows in 3 days.
Monday 9/29 @ Red 7 with Megafauna, Roz and the Rice Cakes, and Casual Strangers
Wednesday 10/1 @ Holy Mountain with Honey and Salt, Vorcha, and Scan Hopper
We would love to see you out at either/both shows!
We are busy these next couple of months. Red7, Holy Mountain, North Door, Blackheart… As much as we love it here in Austin, we sure would like to take this thing on the road. Maybe we should do that shortly after a studio session. So, to the studio, then?