Izzy True returns home for summer, Palberta & Purrer cross tours, and Ghosties sees Benjamin Torrey's final Ithaca show before a move west.
Aye Nako are dedicated to untangling histories of abuse, race, trauma, family, love, gender, and a misrepresentation of identity. They also are a dissonant and melodic punk band carving out a space to co-exist in the fold between music, art, and politics while trying not to be priced out of New York City.
Release show for "The Lonely Cry of Space and Time", a stunning new album by musical shape-shifter, Anna Coogan
Red-lined, soulful garage punk from one of the underground's finest acts...
The band spent a large chunk of 2015 building a strong name for themselves within the alternative music scene. Releasing their debut EP ‘LTKLTL’ they were praised highly by The Independent, Prog Magazine, Music Week, Musical Mathematics, Echoes and Dust while Kerrang hailed them as ‘delirious instrumental maestros’. Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker also played tracks from the release on his Fresh Blood show.
Early gigs saw the band share the stage with the likes of Maybeshewill and Lite but Dialects soon headed out on tour to promote the release of their EP first with Luxembourg’s Mutiny on the Bounty which was then impressively followed by the band being invited out to tour the UK with Icelandic giants Solstafir. Dialects returned with their new single ‘it’s not a ghost… it’s gravity’ on 23rd October and swiftly followed this up with a co-headline tour with Waking Aida.
Having now completed their 4th tour in less than a year, the band have recently completed recording their debut album and look forward to showcasing at Canadian Music Week, as well as a slot at Arctangent Festival later in the year.
Jangly psych-garage rock n roll bliss. Songs written and sung by Ithaca native Eamonn McCarthy backed up by members of Lust and Obody..
Post-9/11 mood rocktronica from Ithaca, NY. We play songs that will confuse mothers and fathers. You will like us but you won’t know why.
Water Bears was formed as a solo project in 2013 to play ambient noise music on bass guitar. Today Water Bears is a quartet playing psychedelic, doom rock (still with a heavy dose of noise) with the hopes of drowning in the vibrations created thereby. Full-band Demo and solo release in the works for Spring, 2016.