Brave New World

Future (Barbara Kruger)

We are so grateful to be nominated by Deli Magazine for DC’s emerging artist of the month, and overwhelmed by everyone’s support tallying the win. It was a great way to end the year! We are looking forward to another exciting year with our first show of 2017 at The Commune 1605 on Saturday, January 14th with the great DC artists Bruisey Peets and Evil Art Form.

As we ring in the new year, 2016 seems like an eternity. We started out the year with Time is Fire at DC9 to welcome Spenser Kydd back to the stage from battling Leukemia. We went on to release the Sky Will Fall single, with remixes by Skeleton Hands and We are Temporary and video by David Wave, and our debut full-length album of Our Pleasure of Solitude with a release show at Comet Ping Pong, play a NYC show at Lucky 13 Saloon with longtime friends Secret Army, headline the 21st Annual Halloween Hell Ball, and join forces with The Meer and More Am than FM at The Commune.

While the world can be daunting and the future uncertain, there is this unescapable pull to express our hopes and fears and try to make sense of it all. We are humbled by all the support we have received and the privilege to collaborate with so many talented artists, promoters, writers, and venue owners. With so much more in store for 2017, we can’t help but feel the wind is at our backs.

Thanks so much!

[Image by Barbara Kruger]

 

 

4 thoughts on “Brave New World

  1. One of the reasons why many relatively robust optimists – including some dopamine-driven transhumanists – dislike Brave New World, and accordingly distrust the prospect of universal happiness it symbolises, is that their primary source of everyday aversive experience is boredom.

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