Brooklyn Vegan previews Casper & The Cookies’ NYC show

Brooklyn Vegan previews Casper & The Cookies’ NYC show at Cake Shop!

Casper & the Cookies are local legends in Athens, Georgia. Main man Jason NeSmith, who was in of Montreal circa Satanic Panic in the Attic…knows his way around a hook and puts more good ideas into one song than most folks do on an album…Casper & the Cookies are on a short East Coast tour and that hits NYC Saturday (4/5) at Cake Shop with fellow pop pop maven Doug Gillard and Lame Drivers. I haven’t seem them play since NYC Popfest 2009 but they were a bundle of energy then and a lot of fun.

Check it out here!

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Boston Surival Guide features Casper & The Cookies

Boston Survival Guide features Casper & The Cookies and their new album Dingbats in advance of Tuesday’s show at O’Brien’s:

Jason NeSmith (vocals/guitar/keys), Kay Stanton (bass/vocals/keys), AJ Griffin (vocals/keys) and Gregory Sanders (drums) are currently in and/or have traveled through an impressive lineage — Of Montreal, Olivia Tremor Control, The New Sound of Numbers and Supercluster. They’ve toured with The Apples in Stereo, were Daniel Johnson’s backing band and opened for the B-52s’ 34th anniversary show in Athens…Their eerie contemplation about touring life, “Lemon Horses,” reads like a hazy, confusing dream, at some uneasy place between wakefulness and sleep.

Read the whole piece here!

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SONG OF THE WEEK: The Bluegrass Situation features The River Monks

The Bluegrass Situation features The River Monk’s new single “Beasts” as Song of the Week:

Home Is the House, the Monks’ latest album, is a pensive, slow-rolling think piece on middle America. Especially “Beasts,” the banjo-driven single, full of gorgeous five-part harmonies, and river town mysticism. In this day and age, I’d like to think that bands like The River Monks can cut through the coastal clatter, and pave a way for other Iowan artists on a national level.

Read the whole review and download the track from The Bluegrass Situation!

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Event: Morbid Curiositease Wheel of Misfortune

Morbid Curiositease invites you to try your hand at the WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE at The Can Can in Seattle on April 6th. Experience a night of macabre debauchery featuring celebrity contestants, special guest performers, and plenty of audience participation. Camp! Burlesque! Horror! Morbid Curiositease guarantees “more voodoo per square foot than any other gameshow”!

Celebrity Contestants:
Jesse Belle-Jones
Isaiah Crowson
Christine Anne
Boom Boom L’Roux
Sc Andal
Karmen Sutra
Jovie DeVoe
EmpeRoar Fabu Lous
LoLo Ramone

Special Guests:
L’Orchestre D’Incroyable
La Petite Mort

18+ | 7pm | VIP $20 & GA $15
Tickets

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Live Buzz – Indiana Daily Student interviews Kentucky Knife Fight

Indiana Daily Student’s Live Buzz caught up with Kentucky Knife Fight before tonight’s show in Bloomington at The Bishop. The article digs deep into the band’s fascination with conflicted people and insular worlds, their method of non-linear storytelling, and their thoughts on Breaking Bad, Raymond Carver, and The Tick Tock Motel. Read the interview here!

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