|(video of our last song, last show)|
|Freshkills played their last show on March 1, 2013 to friends and fans at a packed Union Pool. Our singer Zack wrote about the band breaking up.|
Jacob 2-2 gives us the vintage synth treatment. Warm and grooving, we love it.
We share the Top Ten with some great bands: Future of the Left, GBV, and some guy named Bob Dylan. Sounds like an up-and-comer.
$8 BEFORE 9PM // $10 AFTER 9PM
W/ the collaboration of My Social List
Tickets from TicketWeb
Streaming off Brooklyn Vegan:
Read Blockhead’s post
Download it for free off Mediafire
We know, times are tough, money is worth nothing in gas terms and the Mayans can’t end this shit show of a world fast enough. We get it. We, Freshkills, grok what other bands, with their 10 dollar albums and fancy, garagified airs, don’t. We want you to be fucking happy.
For the month of April, Raise Up The Sheets has been selected by Amazon to be one of its 100 for 5 bucks albums. Buy Cheaply. Buy Often.
(Through April 2012)
If you missed it, here’s a podcast of Freshkills on the “Mike and Judy Show”. We discussed Lou Reed, Mars Bar, sobriety and played 2 songs acoustic style:
Expect song and (unseen)dance and word for word recitation of entire Bob and Ray episodes!
It’s recorded at ROBERTAS pizza in Bushwick, NY so come by and visit.
Dr Israel injects some hip hop and dub beats into our first single. Grab it at PopMatters for free>
We recorded a new song at Adrian Grenier’s Wreckroom studio in Brooklyn before we left for SxSW. It’s a little post punk number captured on video and soundboard by Damien Paris of the Giraffes.
Get the song for free and read Adrian’s blog post: