Tie These Hands ‘Come On’ Aug. 6; a good walk spoiled (in the column); Icky Blossoms, Places We Slept, Dick Dale tonight…
by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com
Lincoln band Tie These Hands announced today that their 2011 Japan-only release, Come On (Kilk Records) will be self-released stateside Aug. 6. Check out the album’s title track, recorded live at the KZUM studios June 30, below.
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In the column, remembering local golf legend Tom Sieckmann and touring the city’s finest 9-hole muni’s. It’s in this week’s issue of The Reader, or read it online right here.
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The folks in Icky Blossoms have been on the Twitter talking up their new high-tech lighting rig they’ll be rolling out for the first time tonight at their O’Leaver’s debut. Three new IB songs could also be debuted tonight in what is sure to be a sweat-soaked, drunken nightmare of a show that you won’t want to miss.
Tonight’s show, btw, is an Eyeball Promotion (discussed here earlier), and also is the record release party for rock band Places We Slept. OWH‘s Kevin Coffey has some data on that band here. The only thing I know about them comes via their Bandcamp page, and the attached Vimeo video for “Sewage Bay Atlantic” (below). Rounding out the bill is Chicago band Outer Minds (HoZac Records, FDH). The stinky, sticky fun begins at 9:30 p.m. and will cost you $5 (as per usual).
Also tonight, surf rock legend and Dick Dale returns, this time to The Waiting Room. Opening is Huge Fucking Waves. $20, 9 p.m.
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