Eaters Live with Algiers, Moon Diagrams

Photo by Chris Bentley

Eaters are playing a sold-out show at Baby’s All Right tonight, supporting Algiers.  Also on the bill is Moon Diagrams (Moses from Deerhunter)… more info on the Facebook event page.

Eaters Review in Yellow Green Red

Yellow Green Red posted a great review of the new Eaters LP in their July update.  “All the coolest, most indisputable forms of synth-friendly rock music’s past five decades are at work here… I can picture deep collections of vinyl and studio gear, all neatly organized and at Eaters’ disposal, as they map out the specific vibes each track is aiming for. All that cool stuff doesn’t mean much if you can’t write a great song, however, which is why I recommend you get you a man who can do both, namely Eaters.”  Read the full review here.

Review in Flood Magazine

Flood Magazine published an insightful and positive review of the new Eaters album, saying “It’s not really about making dance music—although you could shake to it before the more twisted segments. [The] collaboration feels less like a studio project and more like a performance-based band intent on spinning their own take on the man/machine conundrum.”  The new album is out now on Dull Tools.

Eaters Review in Post Trash

Post Trash shared a glowing review of the new Eaters LP, concluding “Eaters have made an album that rewards those who listen by providing a different experience each time you put it on. Layered, complex, and varied, it pays off in different ways. It’s a record that gives you new favorite moments after you listen. Like light going through glass, the sounds refract outward based on who is listening. Give it a listen and see what sounds make it to you.”  The record is out May 12 on Dull Tools, and the record release show (with Greg Fox and Operator Music Band) is May 13 at Union Pool.

‘No Secret’ + Interview on IMPOSE

Photo by Vince McClelland

‘No Secret’ – the second single from our new album – is up now on IMPOSE, alongside an interview about our album, creative process, and the DIY scene.  “A special sort of congress takes places in the music of Brooklyn’s Eaters, one between machine and flesh, synthetic and organic…and the result is an A.I. being trying to feel something human, and succeeding.”  The record is out May 12 on Dull Tools, and the record release show (with Greg Fox and Operator Music Band) is May 13 at Union Pool.