Brooklyn Vegan Northside Show w/ Protomartyr, Deerhoof

Just announced: Eaters are playing the Brooklyn Vegan Northside Party at Elsewhere on June 9.  We’ll be headlining the Zone One stage, directly in between Protomartyr and Deerhoof in the Hall.  Tickets are on-sale now, visit the Facebook page for full line-up and details.

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Dull Tools Northside showcase at Our Wicked Lady

Eaters are playing the Dull Tools showcase as part of Northside Festival at Our Wicked Lady on June 7th. The group will be performing a completely new live set with much new material, alongside our DT friends Future Punx, Pill, and Gift Wrap.  Tickets are on-sale now, RSVP on Facebook.

Pill/Eaters collaborative set w/ Bodega, Public Practice

Eaters are performing a collaborative set with members of Pill at Sunnyvale on June 1st.  The set is in support of Bodega’s release of Endless Scroll on What’s Your Rupture, a record that Eaters’ Jonathan Schenke mixed, mastered and helped to record.  Also playing are new quartet Public Practice, featuring members of WALL and Beverly.  Tickets are on-sale now, RSVP on Facebook, all ages!

Eaters on Dreams compilation

Eaters are featured on Dreams, the new compilation by Stadiums & Shrines and Cascine, featuring original music by Bing & Ruth, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Julie Byrne, Yumi Zouma, Mutual Benefit and more.  The FADER spoke to Stadiums & Shrines about the project and premiered Yumi Zouma’s contribution (streaming below). The deluxe 2LP set comes in a gatefold jacket with a 20-page booklet of original collage and prose stitched to the interior. Pre-order is available now, and the compilation is due June 15 via Cascine.

Eaters in the New Yorker

From the New Yorker’s Night Life section:

Jonathan Schenke is a go-to producer for the indie-rock élite, having worked on albums for Dirty Beaches, Parquet Courts, and Frankie Rose, among others. He steps out from behind the mixing boards with this exaggerated electro-funk project, which he shares with the multi-instrumentalist Bob Jones. The duo, which builds synth-based soundscapes that would not be out of place in an early-eighties slasher flick, has released two self-titled records; this year’s is grinding and quirky, full of deep club tunes with the Korg-inflected whimsy of early New Wave bands like Oingo Boingo and the Buggles. They perform with Yvette, a raw industrial duo whose jagged tracks should come with cautionary signage.

Tickets are on sale now