Electric Six has done it again. For the eighth time in nine years, we are releasing a full-length record. This year's record is called "Heartbeats and Brainwaves" and it will be released this fall by Metropolis Records in North America and Too Many Robots in the UK and Europe.
"Heartbeats and Brainwaves" marks a turning point in Electric Six's self-imposed continuum. We have often said that 90% of our songs are about nothing. On "Heartbeats and Brainwaves", 100% of the songs are about something or someone. Electric Six is finally taking a stand. Electric Six will no longer sit idly by and say nothing. We are saying something here. Finally.
You need to come see us on our "Hello, Destructor!" tour this fall. We will be selling copies of "Heartbeats and Brainwaves" not just to make money for ourselves, but so we can finally tell you how we really feel. The tour dates are listed on this site. Look and see which one is best for you.
This album is our finest hour. It is less than an hour long, but it is fine.
Now we are finished with that, we turn our attention to mall bitches. They are everywhere. They are at the Oakland Mall right now. They exist only to cause problems, to create fundamentalist chaos. A young girl is abducted by monks and goes through a candlelight ceremony known as "The Bitchening" where she is transformed by radical priestess and fundamentalist clerics into a mall bitch. She then spends the rest of the summer at the mall hating....constantly hating. Why does she hate like that?? Answer...she's a bitch now. She has gone through a radical transformation known as "The Bitchening" with robes, chanting monks, metal slab, skull, bottomless pit and ambient lighting. She will spend the entire summer at the mall....bitching. Daddy's little girl is gone forever. She is now and forever...a bitch. And she will grow up to be a radical fundamentalist bitchwoman, taking men's jobs, emasculating society from the outside in. The mall...is their hive.
This is where you come in.
Gabriel The Marine
Gabriel the Marine is a five-piece Indie Rock outfit from Long Island, New York. Since their inception into the underground music scene in 2008, the band has released a self titled demo, the Your Friends and Loved Ones EP, and the Live from the Purevolume House live ep, all independently and all to critical acclaim. Spin Magazine called them a blend of "Jimmy Eats World meets The Decemberists" in 2009, and purevolume.com called them "One of the best unsigned artists of 2009".
Sunday, March 3, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM