Porches

~+ Exploding In Sound Records presents +~

Porches

Pile, Grass is Green, Two Inch Astronaut, Washer

Thu, August 20, 2015

8:00 pm

Baby's All Right

Brooklyn, NY

$10.00

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This event is 18 and over

Porches.
Porches.
Porches is the proliferation of Aaron Maine’s love affair with music. Never quite landing in any particular niche, they navigate through genres, learning, obsessing, and absorbing. Great victories and great defeats, cosmic or tangible, are the underlying elements that remain constant through the bands exploration. Kevin Farrant (Rivergazer), Aaron Maine, Seiya Jewell, Cameron Wisch (Full-Blued), and Greta Kline (Frankie Cosmos) are the current members that contribute to the glowing, dark, and powerful live performances that Porches continue provide.
Pile
Pile
Pile have never released the same album twice, since the project’s 2007 beginnings the Boston quartet have been continuously evolving, pushing expectations, and obliterating good sensibility. A Hairshirt of Purpose, the band’s fifth album continues thattradition in a different light. Following the raw intensity and unpredictability of You’re Better Than This, the band settled down to create an album about “the joys of solitude” and “the inescapable selfishness of every action,” exploring the limits of thestudio in theprocess. If their last album was a challenge to their audience, A Hairshirt of Purposeis a challenge to the band itself.Recorded at home in Boston at The Record Co. the studio's big windows and close proximity marked a change from the band’s previous recordings. Pile vocalist/guitarist Rick Maguire shared, “we were at home and we could see the sun, and I think both ofthose things lent themselves to a more focused and deliberate record.” There’s a warmth and radiant accessibility to be found throughout the album as the band experimented with different instruments (violin, viola, piano, organs, synths, banjo, etc) and aresounding push toward clarity. Pile balance their ferocious tendencies with moments of beauty, building tension with release never too far behind.Well known as “your favorite band’s favorite band” and for a tireless work ethic, Pile have earned their following from years of DIY touring and a humble approach to uncompromising performances. Never afraid to switch styles, Pile’s music has morphed overthe years, embracing both the ferocious and gentle sides of punk, indie, folk, and noise rock, delivering their own brand of gnarled intensity. Since coming together as a full band in 2009, Pile have toured as much as their lives collectively allow, playing over 600shows spread out over the US, Canada, UK and Europe.
Grass is Green
Grass is Green
Grass Is Green is a band that: resides in Boston, plays shows all over the US, has released three records since 2010 (and many more to come), consists of four 20-something year old males, works really hard, gets stuck in traffic, appreciates friendly people, desperately tries to find a dunkin donuts in every city, slept on your beer pong table, petted your dog, ate all the pizza (sorry), pee'd behind your shed, clogged your toilet once, went to a guitar center and found a Ampeg Gemini and dimed it with the treble clicked in (it was beautiful), ate a egg and cheese sandwich, has never gotten pulled over (knock on wood), found a hundred dollar bill on the ground in NYC, spreads the love, thanks you for your support.
Two Inch Astronaut
Two Inch Astronaut
In the woods outside the small affluent town of Cherry Falls, Virginia, a teen-aged couple, Rod Harper (Jesse Bradford) and Stacy Twelfmann (Bre Blair) are getting romantic in a car when a black-haired female appears and murders them both.
Washer
Washer
Washer is a two piece rock band
Venue Information:
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://babysallright.com/