Thursday, December 1, 2011

shows

dec. 7 precinct somerville, w saralee and big mess and fat creeps

dec. 13 funky jungle providence w/hume(dc), shark week, people of color

dec. 17 ct house show with florida=death

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

thanks for all the help and kindness

a lot. thank you all the cool people who made it feel like it's worth doing this. this tour was for the most part the best one yet. now we're home and I've got nothing to say. this band is amazing

 http://porchesmusic.bandcamp.com/album/summer-of-ten

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Still on tour, havin a funky food tiem, got a philly show on th 15th

video 
bloomington nose how to pardy
almost loast my arm in a freak banana boarding accident, but the fates were smiling.
we're movie buffs now. come and get in on the...
ACTION!
 here;s the rest of tour


 Tuesdy NOV 8  New ORLEANS
at
Dragon's Den, 435 Esplanade Avenue
w/Marathon

Wed. NOV 9 AUSTIN 
7PM early show Trailer Space Records 1401 RoseWood Ave.
w/Cartright
10PM at The Volstead at Hotel Vegas 1500 E 6th
w/Sur and Cartright 

Thursday NOV 10 MEMPHIS
at
 Lamplighter Lounge
1702 Madison Avenue

Fri-Sunday. NOV 11-13 CROPPED OUT Louisville, KY
this will rule:
http://croppedout.tumblr.com/

NOV 14 Staunton VA
at
Gone Studios

NOV 15th Philly
Silk City
435 Spring Garden Street
w/S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D

NOV 16  Brooklyn NY
319 Rutledge st. brooklyn
w/Celestial Shore, Da Comrade,

NOV 17 SUNY Purchase
w/Battle House and Aaron Maine

NOV 18  Hadley MA
at
Doom Dungeon 65 East St.
w/Graph ++

NOV 20 Great Scott, Boston

see you soon

Thursday, November 3, 2011

ON TOUR NOV 3rd - 20th

ON TOUR NOW< NOV 3rd-20th, if you need directions or an address that's not listed, write lovingdadmakes@gmail.com

Thursday NOV 3  Buffalo, NY
at
the Jungle Gym, 357 breckenridge w/BEES

Friday NOV 4 Chicago
at
 MORTVILLE 2106 s. Kedzie ave

Sat. NOV 5th Bloomington, IN
EARLY SHOW at 7PM w/Otis and the Roofies!
Trained Eye Art Center
615 N. Fairview, Bloomington, IN
LATE SHOW
at a house with dust from 1000 years

Sunday NOV 6th Carbondale, IL
at
The Swamp 417 West Monroe Street

Monday NOV 7 Hattiesburg?
TBA

Tuesdy NOV 8  New ORLEANS
at
Dragon's Den, 435 Esplanade Avenue
w/Marathon

Wed. NOV 9 AUSTIN 
7PM early show Trailer Space Records 1401 RoseWood Ave.
w/Cartright
10PM at The Volstead at Hotel Vegas 1500 E 6th
w/Sur and Cartright 

Thursday NOV 10 MEMPHIS
at
 Lamplighter Lounge
1702 Madison Avenue

Fri-Sunday. NOV 11-13 CROPPED OUT Louisville, KY
this will rule:
http://croppedout.tumblr.com/

NOV 14 Staunton VA
at
Gone Studios

NOV 15th Philly
Silk City
435 Spring Garden Street
w/S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D

NOV 16  Brooklyn NY
319 Rutledge st. brooklyn
w/Celestial Shore, Da Comrade,

NOV 17 SUNY Purchase
w/Battle House and Aaron Maine

NOV 18  Hadley MA
at
Doom Dungeon 65 East St.
w/Graph ++

NOV 20 Great Scott, Boston

see you soon

Sunday, October 30, 2011

I'm smart, I'm funny, and by god people like me...

Thanks for writing about our music.

FAT HISTORY MONTH: F*CKING DESPAIR

CD_FatHistoryMonth
GENRE | SKITTLE RAIN
VERDICT
| EAR-CLIT CUNNILINGUS
LABEL
| SOPHOMORE LOUNGE RECORDS
RELEASE
| 8.20.11
FATHISTORYMONTH.BANDCAMP.COM

This year has seen a lot of great records surface from the local underground, but when Fat History Month finally released a vinyl all their own, it felt like a personal win.
Fucking Despair hit without warning, but the effect was nothing short of Christmas morning multiplied by discovering your chub for the first time.
The chemistry between Mark (drums) and Sean (vox/guitar) puts most two-pieces to shame. The perfectly toned reverb is well set to a meticulous wave of drums and cymbal taps, creating a constant building and relieving of tension on the epic life lesson “You Can Pick Your Nose, You Can Pick Your Friend’s Nose, But You Can’t Escape Your Horrible Family.”
There is no other band like them right now, in our own backyard or anywhere, and the proof is Fucking Despair.

 http://digboston.com/listen/2011/10/fat-history-month-fcking-despair/
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http://klyam.com/2011/09/14/concert-review-fat-history-month-ant-cellar/

Concert Review: Fat History Month @ Ant Cellar


Artists: Fat History Month, Kitchen’s Floor, and The New Highway Hymnal
Venue: Ant Cellar, Lowell, MA
Date:  Thursday, September 1, 2011

Comments
:
Act I: Fat History Month- These fly cats are the real deal. You know when people say read between the lines, well Fat History Month is what lies between those lines. The band consists of one dude on vocals and guitar and his comrade working the drums. Together they create a mess of noises often drifting from completely fucked up, off kilter ramblings in the traditions of The Shaggs, Captain Beefheart, The Moldy Peaches, The Beets, The Maine Coons to garagey, instrumental jammin a la Vivian Girls- at least to this kid’s ears. In fact, if I had to pick just one band to compare FHM to, I’d pick the Coons, at least in terms of their personality. While the latter are far more pop based, FHM has moments of pop brilliance, but they often delve int the more sinister regions of the musical landscape. I will make note of the fact that this duo has made the rare feat of conquering my mental divide in terms of getting turned on to new music. I rarely see a band and think YESS I need to listen to this! Which is not to say I don’t come across good bands, more often than not I see quality acts, but they simply do not demand my attention like say these guys do. From the opening chords, I felt something, not necessarily good or bad, but it was something special and unique, it reminded me of the first time I saw the Box Elders- wow, I’m getting hard just thinking about that right now. An almost instantaneous wavelength. The Box Elders went on to become one of my favorite bands, now I can’t say that yet about Fat History Month, it’s only been one date, but perhaps we’ll get more intimate in the future. My friend said I have a good feeling about this. As, Lorraine Baines (McFly) says after her first kiss/dance with George McFly toward the end of Back to the Future (1985), “I have a feeling too.” In any case, I hope to see Fat History Month again in this time zone or any other.


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http://7inches.blogspot.com/2011/05/fat-history-month-on-bedroom-suck.html

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Fat History Month on Bedroom Suck Records


Jeff from Fat History Month sent me their single a couple weeks back now, and it's been blowing my mind all last night. I can't stop thinking about it...and it's not even specific melodies. I have to listen to it constantly because I can't recall them. The minimal safe pictured on the cover should have been a hint, it's understated, and maybe not the kind of safe you immediately think of. This is so concise, restrained and emotional, they get into the dynamics of Explosions in the Sky, those really beautiful little melodies and at the same time experimental and as complex as Jim O'Rourke and Gastr Del Sol. An amazing set of compositions from a duo out of Boston.

"Safe & Sound", on the A-Side just has an insane amount of dynamics, I love this quiet guitar that creeps out of nowhere, and picks up in bursts to this expansive melody. To get this range of sound on vinyl this perfectly silent at points is a feat in itself. The repetitive structures come across like June of '44 or Tortoise tracks, classically influenced, complex. The percussion right along with it equally as intricate, with valleys of slow... down to next to nothing, it's completely quiet.

They have this huge warm reverb on the guitar, bouncing all over everything...really a duo like this are the only combination this loose structure can work with, to be so inherently in tune with each other and getting these subtle changes, or giant transitions with a look. You just have to know what each other are about to do in a pretty telepathic way. I think that live it must allows for a more free-form performance, it doesn't always have to be about this military memorization in hours of rehearsal, with the two of them, I'd bet they could improvise (and have) an entire show.

The tiny piece of a verse, close mic'd and barely sung that leads into another plateau of guitar is like Slint. It's massive epic explosiveness and unnatural guitar, they aren't power chords, they aren't singing.

You get an idea of this from their bandcamp page, which has a track called just 'Safe', now I'm thinking this A-Side is actually two tracks? (I would say 99% it is- ed) Damn, that's good.

The B-Side, "Here Comes the Sun", starts with a single lonesome chord, repeated, waiting for the sound to completely disappear before hitting it again. I'm also getting a Harvey Milk tension...and the sound of this room, the scrape of the chords, the experimentation and minimalism, a hint at distortion, plucked harmonics. Are they still playing? It's always about to start, and end.
This can be played so loud, trying to catch everything and when it picks up, it's natural. The vocals here eventually too are up close with another layer of yelling far off in the background, but it's this constantly shifting guitar work I'm completely into. The changing rhythms and melodies with perfectly balanced drums, from the subtle passages to crash fills. I think it comes from appreciating a straight guitar sound, letting everything breathe, actually paying attention to the instrument with a huge space. More than a really nice melody (they won't let it hang around long anyway) it's playing with the idea of the guitar being able to work as everything, an entire orchestra, and they pull it off.

It's coming as close to that complex, math, instrumental, indie rock as I've ever heard. A pitch perfect single with a xerox insert of the recording info and lots of shoutouts to all the friends that made it happen.

Initially I was worried that this was only available from the Australian label, BedroomSuck Records, but thank god you can get it from Fat History Month direct on their blog. Not that I don't think airmail from Australia isn't worth it. If you don't want this single after checking out the video...I don't know if we can still be friends.
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http://radvinylrecords.tumblr.com/page/2
Fat History Month- Gorilla EP 7” (Sweaters & Pearls Records)
buy it here: http://sweatersandpearls.com/
&lt;a href=”http://fathistorymonth.bandcamp.com/album/gorilla” _mce_href=”http://fathistorymonth.bandcamp.com/album/gorilla”&gt;Gorilla by Fat History Month&lt;/a&gt;
Fat History Month, a Boston duo, have just released a 4 song EP 7” on Sweaters & Pearls. The Gorilla EP is appropriately pressed on banana yellow vinyl with a great sketch of a Gorilla for the jacket. The inside liner notes say the recordings date back to 2009 but they don’t sound out of place in 2011. Fat History Month take the slow dirge of Low and drench it with feedback and slowly strummed chords for the A sides “Gorilla” and “B”.” The moments of near silence are just as powerful as the songs at full force as the downer jams slowly meander in the best sort of way. The B side finds the band quickening the pace with “Heart Takes a Beating” which is a necessary distraction from the moody sadness provided by the A side. Track 4 caps things off instrumentally. From the liner notes and the title of the EP it sounds like the band favors “Gorilla” but for me it was “B” that grabbed me the most. Fat History Month provides a great soundtrack for all the mopey indie rockers out there and is worth checking out.
Fat History Month- Gorilla EP 7” (Sweaters & Pearls Records)
buy it here: http://sweatersandpearls.com/
Gorilla by Fat History Month
Fat History Month, a Boston duo, have just released a 4 song EP 7” on Sweaters & Pearls. The Gorilla EP is appropriately pressed on banana yellow vinyl with a great sketch of a Gorilla for the jacket. The inside liner notes say the recordings date back to 2009 but they don’t sound out of place in 2011. Fat History Month take the slow dirge of Low and drench it with feedback and slowly strummed chords for the A sides “Gorilla” and “B”.” The moments of near silence are just as powerful as the songs at full force as the downer jams slowly meander in the best sort of way. The B side finds the band quickening the pace with “Heart Takes a Beating” which is a necessary distraction from the moody sadness provided by the A side. Track 4 caps things off instrumentally. From the liner notes and the title of the EP it sounds like the band favors “Gorilla” but for me it was “B” that grabbed me the most. Fat History Month provides a great soundtrack for all the mopey indie rockers out there and is worth checking out.


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http://www.yellowgreenred.com/?p=3791



Fat History Month Fucking Despair LP (Sophomore Lounge)
Spoiler alert: There’s a crude drawing of a penis in a pear on the cover. Fucking Despair, am I right or am I right? This is like the Judd Apatow of indie rock albums, an intelligent-yet-crude set of songs that harken to a time when indie rock wasn’t the style of music most people liked. Reminds me of early Modest Mouse, that first Oneida single, Pavement in a grumpy mood, Wolf Colonel’s Vikings Of Mint, or plenty of other indie bands with members who’ve always had some college-educated career to fall back on if need be (or presumably in the case of Fat History Month, to supplement their musical endeavors). It’s a dense listen at times; for every minute-long breeze like “Old Lady Smokers”, there’s a track five to ten times as long, and Fat History Month don’t always hold your hand as they wander through it. They get downright drone-y at times, but that sort of looseness works in their favor, as I find myself trying to get past some of their WAH-wah humor and unlock the cynical code beneath. If this leads to a Fat Entertainment Television channel, I’m all for it.


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http://sippycupeverything.com/post/9121700876/fathistorymonth

Fat History Month is doin thangs. The modest two-piece is coming back to Boston after a national tour, playing Hen House on Saturday, PAs Lounge on 9/3, then going back out on another national tour. Oh, they’re releasing their full-length Fucking Dispair on vinyl Saturday too, and currently sharing a stream of Side A on their bandcamp
When I wrote about the band’s tri-split with Arvid Noe and Skimask, I said, “All three specialize in some excellent messy rock, perfect for losing your shit to”. And based on the three quick rockers they contributed to the split (all under two minutes, all found on this LP), and their Allston basement shows, that is still accurate. That being said, Fucking Dispair has the ability to move more than your limbs.
Side A closer “Nature” is unapologetically grandiose without losing Fat History Month’s ramshackle sound. The downfall of most duos is the pressure to fill up all that sonic real estate, and the result can sometimes be a very tight but overly rigid feel. Fat History Month on the other hand, sounds loose; drums and guitars ebb and flow in a practiced but non-chalant unison, like they could perform in their sleep. The lyrics are an absolute treat too, often hilarious but masked by sincerity, but I’ve written enough. Grab these MP3s from bandcamp for five bucks, see them soon in Boston or in your part of the country, seriously.



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 if you like what we do, go ahead and cast a vote for our continued existence here:http://fathistorymonth.bandcamp.com/
(y'know, buy some shit)

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Sexy flyer for Oct. 24th gorillay partay, We're on tv, So Hard Young Boy's lookin fresh on The Net, Novembert's Almost Booked, UGH n FLORIDA are playing shows withus

                                                                  Cum to thus pretty please. sorry if you're jung.
                                thanks pencapchew for the flyer n sippycup for settin it up.

                        In other News,
State Champ n Animal City n other Sophomore Lounge buddies made a movie and we're on the official soundtrack. It's badass. Even has a cameo from Jammin J. Artery. Our agent is fucking pumped.


We'll be seein those butts soon enough, herding to Louisville for Cropped Out in november, the tour's almost booked, thanks for all the help America!

NOVEMBER CROPPED DOUBT TOUR:
Thurs. Nov. 3  Buffalo NY at Jungle Gym House
Fri. Nov. 4th Chicago at Mortville
Sat. Nov. 5th Bloomington, IN at an Art Show and at a House at night Wit Dust
Sun. Nov. 6th Carbondale IL, The Swamp
Mon. Nov 7th LA/MI TBA
Tues. Nov. 8th New Orleans at Dragon's Den w/Marathon, Caddywhompus
Wed. Nov. 9th Austin, TX at Beckett's House
Thurs. Nov 10th TN/AR TBA
Fri. Nov. 11th CROPPED OUT Louisville, KY
Sat Nov. 12th CROPPED OUT
Sun Nov. 13th CROPPED OUT
Mon. Nov. 14th Staunton VA at Gone Studio
Tues. Nov. 15th Jersey TBA w/ UGH GOD!
Wed. Nov. 16th New York at Clay's Place w/ UGH GOD n Da Comrade n others
Thurs. Nov. 17th SUNY Purchase w/UGH GOD
Fri. Nov. 18th Hadley MA at Doom Dungeon w/ UGH n Florida=DEATH!!!
Sat Nov. 19th Boston TBA w/ UGH GOD, n Florida=DEATH

                                                              Here's the rest of the fest:



also came across this awesome SHYB internest too, dust n such, you should hear this if you haven't.
this is one of my favorite albums I ever heard:

http://shyb.bandcamp.com/album/dust-from-1000-yrs
and so's this one

http://shyb.bandcamp.com/album/prisoners-dilemma

Thursday, October 6, 2011

November Tour Dates, heading to Cropped Out Fest, playing Homegrown at Home, October shows, Male Order, Politics

I put all three records up for mailorder if anybody wants em, they are pretty cheap, and we're pretty sad and broke, so go for it, they're pretty. Just think, you could have all these things in your dirty empty bed too. Candy courtesy of Walgreen's 2 for $2. Now that's a fucking deal, buddy.

                                                     http://fathistorymonth.bandcamp.com/


Anyways, we made it, attitude intact, butt barely. That last tour kicked asss, thanks a lot to everyone who made it good and Kitchen's Floor for being sweet dudes.
Holy smokes, we're gonna go n tour again. We're going back out for the first couple weeks of November on our way to and from Cropped Out in Louisville. Tis goin to rule.

checkit:
http://croppedout.tumblr.com/

 Here's some dates, if you live east of Austin and want us to come play for you, let us know, we'd love to, most of these shows aren't booked yet. If you can help us book anything, get in touch. thanks

Thurs. Nov. 3  Buffalo NY at Jungle Gym House
Fri. Nov. 4th Chicago at Mortville
Sat. Nov. 5th Bloomington, IN at an Art Show and at Night Wit Dust
Sun. Nov. 6th Carbondale IL, The Swamp
Mon. Nov 7th Shreveport, LA/MI TBA
Tues. Nov. 8th New Orleans TBA
Wed. Nov. 9th Austin, TX at Beckett's House
Thurs. Nov 10th TN/AR TBA
Fri. Nov. 11th CROPPED OUT Louisville
Sat Nov. 12th CROPPED OUT
Sun Nov. 13th CROPPED OUT
Mon. Nov. 14th Staunton VA at Gone Studio
Tues. Nov. 15th Jersey TBA
Wed. Nov. 16th New York at Clay's Place
Thurs. Nov. 17th SUNY Purchase
Fri. Nov. 18th Hadley MA at Doom Dungeon
Sat Nov. 19th Boston TBA



On Oct. 15th, we're playing Homegrown 3 in Boston with a ton of awesome bands, you can check it here:
http://www.homegrownfestboston.com/

Here's the shows for October:

Upcoming shows:
Oct. 7th Super Secret Bear Cave
We playing first, starts at 9ish
w/
Pile
State Champion (louisville)
Animal City(chicago)

Oct. 15th, Day 2 of Homegrown 3
Crane Room @ Tufts University
playing at
with
tons of awesome bands,
info here: www.homegrownfestboston.com

Oct. 24th,
Gorilla 7 release show
at
Charlies Kitchen in Cambridge
w.
Thief Thief and Celestial Shores
5 bucks
21 plus(sorry young people)

damn dude, this is some boring ass bloggery. I'll tell you some stories with pictures some day. Flagstaff AZ is the place to be.

                                                TD Bank, you still owe me for this promo picture, did you think that we forgot!? WE'RE COMING FOR YOU. What do think all this protest noise is about anyways? Unemployment, inequality, and politics? No way pal, the peons were perfectly happy til you happened to step upon the wrong set of toes. Now it's time to cough it up.
Don't fuk with us. We get paid, fool.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

A new 7 inch, holy bananas, we're playin Cropped Out, playing Homegrown, Still on Tour w. Kitchen's Floor

Sweaters and Pearls just released a 7 inch for us, it's real pretty

here's a picture
we're doin a release show in new yark, sept. 27th  at Legion, in Brooklyn, and boston oct. 24th at charlie's kitchen wit thief thief.
you can mail order it here:
sweatersandpearls.com

or come to a show, neverendind tour dates are in the post below below below,
also, we're playing Cropped Out Fest in Louisville, here's some info on that
http://croppedout.tumblr.com/
and homegrown in Boston Oct. 15th at precisely 7:20 PM
http://www.homegrownfestboston.com/

bloggggggggg

Sunday, August 21, 2011

September Tour Dates w/ Kitchen's Floor

09/01 - The Ant Cellar, Lowell MA
09/02 - Popeye's Garage, New Haven CT
09/03 - PA's Lounge, Boston MA
09/04 - Feeding Tube Records, Northampton MA
09/05 - Bazookazooka, Binghampton NY
09/06 - Carabar, Columbus OH
09/07 - ...Now That's Class, Cleveland OH
09/08 -
1003 w gourley pike, Bloomington, IN w. Dust From 1000 Years!
09/09 - The Mill, Iowa City IA
09/10 - Permanent Records, Chicago IL
09/10 - Crown Liquors Tap Room, Chicago IL
09/11 - Medusa, Minneapolis MN
09/12 - Rapid City SD
09/13 - Missoula MT
09/14 - Comet Tavern, Seattle WA
09/15 - East End, Portland OR
09/16 - House Show, Sacramento CA
09/17 - Oakland BBQ, Oakland CA
09/17 - Hemlock Tavern, San Francisco CA
09/18 - Permanent Records, Los Angeles CA
09/19 - Cottage House, Flagstaff AZ

09/20 - Sherrill's, Midland, TX
09/21 - Beerland, Austin TX

09/22 - GONERFEST EIGHT, Memphis TN (probaly no Fats)
09/23 -  Gooney
09/24 - Hey Cafe, NOLA*

09/25 - Meow Manor, Murfreesboro, TN w. State Champion!
09/26 - Gone Studio Staunton, VA
09/27 WFMU, afternoon
09/27 Legion, Brooklyn, night, w/ Lushes, Florida*
09/28 - Terry's, Philly w. Rasputin's Secret Police, Snoozer*



* just fat, no kitchn

kickin it homeygrown 11 days to throw down

we're playing this in October
http://theneedyvisions.com/homegrown/about/

they're looking for money help, it'll be good, there's 11 days left to pitch in and get prizes.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bowshows/homegrown-iii-bostons-undergroud-music-festival

Friday, July 29, 2011

Wow, looka this


Album is out, we're on Tour.

Up to date tour dates:

ughgod.org

Jumpin on bandwagons:

fathistorymonth.bandcamp.com

Buy in to our record, get with the times, bro:
http://sophomoreloungerecords.com/fathistory/releases.html

Cum to shows.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Tour Dates W/ Ugh, July/August (Needin Big Help in California)

Holy shit, this is happening. We've got some more shows that need booking, if you see somewhere you can help, or you live near one of the places we dont have a show, or pretty much anywhere in California, please tell us to come there.  You can get in touch here: lovingdadmakes@gmail.com 

JULY

23    Allston MA @ Problem House
    with Hyena, Hunnie Bunnies, TBA
    DIY FEST

24    Northampton MA @ The Flywheel (43 Main Street)
    with Graph, Hyena

25    Rochester NY @ The Dress Barn
    with TBA

26    Cleveland OH @ The 71st Door
with Megachurch, Clan of the Cave Bear

27    Chicago OH @ The Empty Bottle
    with TBA

28    Bloomington IN @ Sound Workshop
    with Dust from 1000 Years

29    St. Louis MO @ TBA
    with Spelling Bee
   
30    Lawrence KS @ TBA
    with This Is My Condition
   

31    Boulder CO @ Astroland
    with TBA

AUGUST

01    SLC/Midvale UT @ TBA
       Help
 

02    Reno NV @ TBA
   

03    Sacramento CA
        or
San Fransisco CA
    Wanna help?
 
04    San Fransisco CA /Bay Area
or
    Santa Cruz    
 WANNA HELP?
 
05    Santa Cruz CA
    or
        San Jose, CA
    or
     Fresno CA
      Lil, help.   
 
06    San Diego CA
WANNA HELGHP?

07   -Los Angeles CA
       helpusout
   
 
08    Phoenix AZ @ Trunkspace
    with Packrat, TBA

09    Flagstaff AZ @ The Cottage House
    - with TBA

10    Albuquerque, NM @ TBA
         be helpful

11    Midland TX @ Sherrill’s Place
    with TBA

12    Austin TX @ TBA
  
13    Houston TX @ TBA
   
14    New Orleans @ TBA
   

15    Birmingham AL @ TBA
  OR
    Decatur AL @ TBA
    hilp

16    Murfreesboro TN @ TBA
    with Most Amazing Century of Science
   

17    Atlanta GA @ TBA
    Asheville NC

18    Charlotte NC @ TBA
or
    Greenville NC @ Spazz Haus
    or
Harrisonburg VA
   

19    Philadelphia @ The Spruce Caboose
    with STARWOOD, Da Comrade, +1

20    Allston MA @ Henhouse (address TBA)
with Pile, Graph, Saralee

 

We had to cancel New York,  but we'll be back there with Kitchen's Floor on Sept. 1st. I'll add the rest of those dates soon. woof. 

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Holy shit we made it! Californy here we come.

 I'll post a more up to date tour schedule soon.  Thanks to everybody who threw down on that thing! You won't regret it.  If you didn't get in on those awesome snake oil deals yet, you've still got 6 days to get in on the bargainz, and we've still got six days to reap gasbux to guzzle in the future:

 donate.ughgod.org

Saturday, May 14, 2011

A trip with Skimask and Arvid Noe, May 25-29th, twil be sweet

A little northeast jaunt with some pals, here's the dates:
  • 5/25 WED @ The Wedge, Burlington VT |||
  • 5/26 THURS @ Poland St. House in Portland, ME// w/ HYENA &Butcher Boy
  • 5/27, FRI @ Bazooka Bazooka, Binghamton NY |||
  • 5/28, SAT @ Firehouse, Worcester, MA ||| w/ The Terribles & Bovachevo
  • 5/29, SUN @ "WTF FEST 4" ||| Wellfleet Presevation Hall, Wellfleet, MA w/ The Fleece, Netherfriends, Vomit Orchard & MORE 

Friday, May 13, 2011

Big Fucking Tours, Big Fucking Album, Late July, and September Too

Hello. After years of toil, torture, and tears, we're finally living up to our dreams. Hardcore single-minded ambition and ruthlessness pays off in the end my friend. Failure is not an option. Impossible Is Nothing. Just Do It. Never forget.
In other words, we're going on tour with Ugh God on July 23rd thru most of August.
And then again with Kitchen's Floor in September.
Holy Fukin Cows.
Also
Our new comedy album "Fucking Despair " will be out mid to late July. Sophomore Lounge Records is helping us put it on big fat 'n sexy lps, cause Ryan's a badass.
more information soon.

Curtis Made a Dickstarter to buy us a van. Donate some cash and get a shitload of old and new and rare and unreleased music and other forms of love from Ugh and Us here:

donate.ughgod.org

TOUR DATES:
Most of these shows are not yet booked, if you can help us book any of these shows, or you want us to come play for/with you somewhere else, go on and get in touch with ourselves:
lovingdadmakes@gmail.com

UGH GOD, That History Month's Coming, Super Duper Dream Tour 2011:
 July    23rd    - Problem House, Allston, MA (6H)
       24th    - (Valentines), Albany, NY (3H)
       25th    - (Bug Jar), Rochester, NY (4H)
       26th    - (w/ Megachurch), Cleveland, OH (4H)
       27th    - (w/ State Champion), Louisville, KY (6H)
       28th    - (w/ Dust From 1000 Years), Bloomington, IN (2H)
       29th    - (w/ Spelling Bee), St. Louis, MO (4.5H)
       30th    - (w/ This Is My Condition), Lawrence, KS (5H)
       31st    - (Rhinoceropolis), Denver, CO (9H) - HAUL
Aug     1st     - (Kilby Court), Salt Lake City, UT (8.5H) - HAUL
       2nd     - Reno, NV (8H) - HAUL
       3rd     - (Luigi’s Fun Garden), Sacramento, CA (2.25H)
       4th     - (w/ Reichert, Oh Sees?) San Fransisco, CA (1.5H)
       5th     - Santa Cruz, CA (1.5H)
       6th     - Fresno, CA (3H)
       7th     - Los Angeles, CA (3.75H)
       8th     - Las Vegas, NV (4.5H)
       9th     - Phoenix, AZ (5.5H)
       10th    - Albequerque, NM (8H) - HAUL
       11th    - (ask Megafauna) Amarillo, TX (4.5H)
       12th    - Oklahoma City, OK (4.5H)
       13th    - Little Rock, AK (5.25H)
       14th    - (w/ Evil Bebos) Murfreesboro/Nashville, TN (6.25H)
       15th    - Birmingham, AL (3.25H)
       16th    - (Secret Mercer Squirrel) Athens/Atlanta, GA (4H)
       17th    - (w/ Pig Mountain) Charlotte NC (3.5H)
       18th    - (w/ Morsbergers, Compar. Anat.) Richmond, VA (4.75H)
       19th    - Philly
       20th    - NYC
       21st    - Ballston

Friday, April 1, 2011

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