Cincinatti, Ohio - Night #1 on our Midwest Blitzkrieg tour with Knife the Symphony.
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Milwaukee Show! October is going to be a busy and fun month for us Nonagoners. The JUNIPER TAR fellows have invited us up to their neck-of-the-lake for a show at Club Garibaldi's and we are pssssssssyched!
We played a Saki record store on Fullerton Ave. in Chicago. Opening was Cover Story-a band comprised if 12 year olds. Next was Blackout Dates celebrating the release of their new LP. Finally us doing what we do. There was cake and yummy homebrew beer too!
As part of our PRF BBQ sleepover schtick Robert created this musicbox rendition of our song "Vikings" to use as our walk-on music. You can now download the MP3 and use it to liven up any nursery room.
A huge weekend of shows from many of the bands that participate at the Electrical Audio Forums (PRF). We will be closing out Saturday night along with Fake Limbs with a special sleeptytime slumber party. Last we heard this evening was sold-out!
More photos by Gonzo Chicago.
As part of our take-away gift to the attendees, they guys from Fake Limbs commissioned this comic by Paul Hornschemeier. It details an evening of violent dreams in which Nonagon and Fake Limbs battle for dominance over dreamland.
Mark your calendars! June 1st Nonagon w/ Juniper Tar and Light Coma at Quenchers.
We’ve already bugged you once this week so we’re going to keep the calculus short and sweet:
1) You like rock music
2) You are willing to leave your house once and a while to experience it
3) We are playing with 2 AMAZING bands this FRIDAY
Add it up, chum!
Taking the stage first,
This will be their first show in Chicago and we are insanely excited to see them. They are comprised of 4 insanely talented rock-folk. Get in on the ground floor. Srsly.
We’ve been fans of these guys for a long time now. Their new LP and previous 7”s are on high rotation here at Camp Nonagon. We were honored to be invited to play with them.
That’s us... Hi!
TOWNSHIP (previously known as “Pancho’s)
2200 N. California. Chicago.
doors 9… music sometime after that.
21+, 7 bucks or so.
This is a bit of parenting advice in the form of a television public service announcement. It's based on the old "Parents who use drugs have children who use drugs." PSA and was created to promote our record, People Live Everywhere
People Live Everywhere was recorded over 3 days in the Spring of 2011 by Justin Foley at Kerguelen Studio in Astoria, NY. Mastered at Chicago Mastering Service by Bob Weston. Jacket designed by Robert Gomez using photos by Nathan Keay. Packaged with a code for free MP3 download.
The critics agree: "Chicago remains still in the line of gazes at, a clear cash register that slams fire of god..." -SKX, Perte et Fracas (I think our French is a tad rusty)