*UPCOMING RELEASE*


TEETHING VEILS

"DINNER DATE" EP
LTD EDITION 7" W/ DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

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Thursday
May282015

Teething Veils footage from the TV John show

A Teething Veils solo set happened recently on the TV John show, and here's the footage. TV John performs a song to start, then Joe Dicey, then Teething Veils starts 20 minutes in. Here's the set list and times, in case you'd like to jump around:
 
20:08 TV John intro
20:20 Webbed
24:45 The Bridesmaid
28:44 Yellow Walls
32:00 Auburn Aumbry
35:48 Allover Fainting
39:26 Dinner Date
43:50 Ghosts Waiting to be Fleshed
46:00 The Human You Were
47:45 I’ve Really Let Myself Go
49:25 The Teeth of a Blizzard
51:02 There’s Nothing to Explain

 

Monday
May042015

TEETHING VEILS "DINNER DATE" 7" RELEASED AUG 4

We're proud to announce the release of Teething Veils' third body of music for Etxe, "Dinner Date" on vinyl 7" and digital formats on August 4. This new EP was made by Hannah Burris (viola), Alexia Kauffman (cello), and Greg Svitil (guitar, voice). These recordings were mastered by James Plotkin at Plotkinworks. The artwork was made by Adam de Boer. The sleeve was designed by Jon P Goldman.


Here is the track listing:
Dinner Date
b/w Out of Caverns into Snow

Pre-order your copy through the Etxe webstore

 

Saturday
Apr182015

Ars Phoenix Spring Mini-Tour with Clay Rendering (ex-Wolf Eyes)!!


Monday
Mar232015

Silo Halo Covers Ride's "Drive Blind" on Brazilian Compilation

Silo Halo have another song featured on a The Blog That Celebrates Itself compilation.  This time around, the band have contibuted the early Ride classic, "Drive Blind" off the "Ride EP" originally released on January 15th, 1990 by Creation Records.

Our good friend Jake Reid of Screen Vinyl Image helped with drums and mastered the track at his Ice Station Studio is Arlington, VA.

Stream the track below.  For best results play loudly.

Saturday
Feb212015

Stärka Magazine (Spain) Review of Silo Halo's "Blackout Transmission"

One of the more significant aspects of this North American trio is the immense power with which they face their compositions. "Blackout Transmission" is loaded with great instrumental developments and a good deal of energy, although Silo Halo’s lyrics speak to issues such as frustration, loss of hope, and other rather dark themes.

Really, this album is all of those things, with moments that are leisurely and forceful at once, as in "Rosalind.” More direct moments are found in "Black Transmission," which opens the album with a certain post-punk vibe, and still others evoke melancholy feelings, as with the album closer “Pinhole Camera.”

The complexity of the compositions and the different sensations conveyed don’t allow Silo Halo to be placed within a specific genre, even as they drink from post-rock, post-punk, and shoegaze. That and much more can be said of “Blackout Transmission,” a special disc, as making all the difference, because their songs take you to a parellel universe and invite you to start listening again and again in search of new emotions that you may have previously overlooked.

Silo Halo’s versatility allows its three members, Alejandro Castaño, Christopher Goett, and Greg Svitil, who come from other projects such as The Antiques, Girl Loves Distortion, The Red Fetish, Teething Veils, and Undercast, to take form as a group, seeing as its members tend to collaborate in various works of their peers.

"Blackout Transmission" covers a wide variety of sounds and themes in just half an hour, that will surely leave you perplexed.