Armonica Set w/ Ice Balloons, Beech Creeps

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Eaters are performing another Armonica set (improvised microtonal drone via sound sculpture & synthesizers) tonight at Coney Island Baby.  We’ll be supporting Ice Balloons (who are celebrating the release of a new single recorded/mixed/mastered by Jonathan Schenke), Beech Creeps, and Sahd Whyte Guyz.  Doors at 8, show at 9, don’t be late!

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Armonica Set @ Magick City

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Eaters are playing a special Armonica set tonight at Magick City.  This will be an improvised microtonal drone set, based around a unique Glass Armonica (a musical instrument of nested glass bowls played by friction) designed/built/performed by Christopher Duffy with Bob Jones and Jonathan Schenke on synthesizers.  Dead Night and Hey Exit are also performing, doors at 8!

Eaters w/ Gong Gong Gong, The Wants

Eaters will play Alphaville with Gong Gong Gong (a Beijing-based duo whose debut American single is coming soon on Wharf Cat Records) and The Wants (an off-shoot band by Madison Velding-VanDam of Bodega).  Gong Gong Gong are supporting Parquet Courts leading up to this show, and will be touring with Flasher and Bodega this winter – don’t miss this opportunity to see them in NYC!  FB Event page here, ticket page here: https://ticketf.ly/2NlbHTr

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.

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