This Saturday night, July 12th, Dog Gone and Bowery Presents join forces to bring you Seattle’s Rose Windows at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY. Local tripstersWorthless and High Waisted support while Drippy Eye Projections provides the visuals for this psychy gathering. Following their most excellent 2013 debut, The Sun Dogs, Rose Windows have a new 7″ out just last month on Sub Pop. We’ve got a signed copy of that new single, titled There Is A Light, along with a pair of tickets to giveaway to our friends. Follow us on Twitter (@doggonepresents) and keep an eye out for a chance to win ’em both. Hear the A-Side of the single below.
Calgary psych-rock voyagers Devonian Gardens have released unto the world a new video set to the title track to their debut album, Solar Shifting. Recorded in the secluded forests of Nova Scotia with analog wizard Jay Crocker, the album first came out in digital form last year on Beyond Beyond is Beyond and is now available on compact disc. Watch the cosmically animated video below.
After playing a series of killer shows in The Great North, Devonian Gardens are now embarking on their first tour of the US (dates). This Sunday, they’ll be playing the Beyond Beyond is Beyond Showcase at Mercury Lounge in NYC featuring Steve Gunn, Prince Rupert’s Drops and Worthless with liquid light projections by Drippy Eye. RSVP for that event here.
Next week, Keep Sleeping, the new cassette from Brooklyn-via-Florida based psych band Worthless will see its release on Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records. For those who don’t know, Worthless is the project of Curtis Godino, who’s name you may recall from the liquid light team Drippy Eye Projections, our previous show posters, or even the design of our latest sticker. We’re completely enamored with Curtis’ work, and his musical output is no different. After the jump, you can read our conversation with Curtis where he discusses the connections between his visual and aural art as well as the stories behind Worthless and Drippy Eye. You can also hear the stoned-out single off Keep Sleeping, entitled “Here Comes The Sun.”