with Me Jane and Snow Plows
301 Harris Ave
BLACK OIL INCINERATOR – Live at Dusk
This does not sound like a live album. Black Oil Incinerator are perfect with every note, every change, every lyric. I don’t think there are overdubs like stadium rock bands did on “live” albums back in the day. I suspect that these guys just practice a lot. Some of the songs are kind of shoegazy, with some catchy hooks. Other songs are more psychedelic in nature, but with a kind of Lou Reed lead guitar style. I’ve actually seen these guys perform at Dusk in Providence, but have no idea if this is the show I saw. I’m glad this night was captured on tape, or on the computer, or in a bear trap, or however this alleged “technology” the kids are talking about works now. Imagine what damage these guys can do in a regular studio with some time to spare. Like they chant on wrestling: this is awesome!
with Pixels, Tapestries and Divey
Machines With Magnets
400 Mins Street
with Pixels, Peach Pit, and Linear North
No. Main Street
Presented by Nicole Tammaro Photography & Herding Cats….
with Never Got Caught, Linear North, and Peach Pit
Greek-American Social Club
79 Bow St, Union Square
Somerville street parking meters go till 8pm.
BIG FREE PARKING LOT in the middle of Union Square, over by Goodyear (behind the bank)
presented by WEMF
with Sex Cult, Squall, and Peach Pit
345 Somerville Ave
Somerville, Mass 02143
75OL-201 Black Oil Incinerator – Live at Dusk CD
$7.00 S&H Included
$7.00 S&H Included
1.Cards on the Table 3:11
2 Huge Bruise 4:03
3 What Said 4:22
4 Window Pain II 6:35
5 Bus Stop 4:52
6 Bricks 5:16
7 Let’s All Ignite 9:13
Recorded Live at Dusk on March 16, 2014. Engineered by Robert Landergren, remote sound by Dark Hill Music. All sounds by Black Oil Incinerator, which is Eric Wilson, Michael Duffy, William F.Barry, and John McMahon. Contact the band directly at [email protected], on Facebook, and on Bandcamp.
For fans of effects pedals, really loud music, especially The Grifters, Spacemen 3, Black Angels, The Warlocks, LOOP, and Sonic Youth.
Limited to 225 silkscreen copies on both brown and white jackets
with Balam, The Battery Electric, and The Phuss