Video from Broad Ripple Music Fest 2012 by Dave Jablonski! Enjoy!
“THE PITS” OUT TODAY!
We finally made it, friends. Our new album, “The Pits”, is now available for your listening pleasure in a variety of locations, and we couldn’t be more excited about it.
Of course, we think you should buy it from the RISC Store or your local record store, but choose whatever option works best for you!
Check out our pals new Tumblr and new record….or flip that order!
Last December Dan was sick and Drew was gone and this french videographer was coming to take a video of the band but their dog escaped and then and then and then….. we recorded this lovely video! Gael and Aretha were really great to work with and this series is a serious thing to follow. Few road trips are episodic in nature, but this one’s the tops!
Read what they had to say It Was So Nice To Hear You: Episode Three: Bonesetters here: http://recorderzprod.com/I.W.S.N.T.H.Y/Episode-03-The-Bonesetters-Indianapolis
Really excited to be a part of this! Presale ONLY happens Thursday 10 AM to 10 PM here: http://bit.ly/recyclefesttix ! Enter the word “BONE” to get a $5 discount on tickets! Official press release is below! Hope to see you there!
Recycle Fest at Garfield Park
Featuring: Darwin Deez, The Main Squeeze, KO, Hotfox, The New Old Cavalry, Rodeo Ruby Love, The Pro Letarians, The Bonesetters, Blue Moon Revue
Saturday June 1 - MacAllister Amphitheatre at Garfield Park
Noon - 12 PM | All Ages Welcome! (1 mile south of Fountain Square)
Recycling Awareness + Food Trucks + Tunes + Sun King Beer
Purchase Tickets: http://bit.ly/recyclefesttix
Brought to you by:
Indy Parks, Indianapolis Parks Foundation, Indiana Living Green, MOKB Presents, Pepsi, Sun King Brewery, Do317.com, Nuvo, Pattern Magazine, Recycle Force, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Indy Food Truck Alliance.
More info on the Indy Parks Summer Concert Series at:
About Recycle Fest:
Through collaboration between Indy Parks, Indiana Living Green, and MOKB Presents, the inaugural Recycle Fest will take place at MacAllister Amphitheatre inside Garfield Park on June 1. The event serves as a flagship event to the Indy Parks Summer Concert series
Recycle Fest combines environmentally responsible initiatives through an all day festival featuring live music, demonstrations, activities and education. On-site activities include recycling based demonstrations from Recycle Force, Republic Recycling, and Indiana Living Green Magazine. Pattern Magazine will host a “recycled fashion” area to collect donated clothing during the event. The Indianapolis Food Truck Alliance will provide a variety of mobile gourmet food options, while Sun King Brewery provides fresh local beer for adult attendees.
The diverse range of local and emerging talent will provide the main stage centerpiece with bands performing 40 minute sets comprised of half original material and half “recycled” cover songs. The 2013 performing artists include Darwin Deez, The Main Squeeze, KO, The New Old Cavalry, Hotfox, The Pro Letarians, Rodeo Ruby Love, Blue Moon Revue, and The Bonesetters.
Tickets go on sale for this all-ages event on Friday May 3 at 10am via Do317.com and Ticketfly.com for $15. Discount tickets will be available at partner locations including Sun King Brewery, Do317 Lounge, Luna Music, Indy CD and Vinyl, and Indy Swank.
Buckeye Love Tour Update #2
Update #2: Columbus was rad! Thanks to Kobo Live for having us and to Cliffs, Comrade Question, and Pravada for an excellent night of music! Today we hit the high roads to Cleveland, Ohio to play Brite Winter! Bells and whistles and pop tarts galore!
Buckeye Love Tour, Day 1!
Quick update from Cincinnati! Last night was a blast at MOTR pub we played close to an hour set. Unfortunately, didn’t get to share the stage with Country Mice because they had car issues (best wishes, guys). We stayed the night at a friend-of-a-friends house/abandoned church. Practicing here in the sanctuary today, then heading to Columbus, Ohio to play at Kobo Live and meet up with Indianapolis pals Pravada (as well as stellar locals Cliffs and Comrade Question) tonight! Breaking legs all over Ohio.
When this list of Woody Guthrie’s “New Year’s Rulin’s” popped up on the internet a year ago, it became an instant classic of the season. Which means that the time has rolled around to remember it, reread it and take it again to heart. There’s a rulin’ on it to suit just about anybody because it never hurts to be reminded “Don’t get lonesome,” “Stay glad,” “Dream good” and “Love everybody.” Also, “Wash teeth if any.”
Happy New Year everybody!
Via Lists of Note
New song! Enjoy!