"Once I was able to play with a full band, I feel like I was able to be as charismatic as possible,” Hale told me. “I’ve always wanted that (punk) energy from the start. It feels very natural getting in people’s faces.”
The release date for Witch Coast's debut album, Burnt Out By 3PM, is almost here! You can now listen to the whole album now over at IMPOSE. On Burnt Out By 3PM, IMPOSE says that “The visibly gritty production style gives the record a dark and brooding sense. The title track “Burnt Out By 3PM” or the closer “Waste Away” could function just as well as super jangly pop tunes as they do enjoyably forlorn indie rock, and it’s special when a band is able to pull that type of thing off."
Last Saturday we celebrated our on year anniversary at the legendary 9:30 club to a packed house. Huge thanks to Young, Rapids, The Sea Life, The Max Levine Ensemble, Den-Mate and The El Mansouris. Photos below.
Photo by Michael Andrade
We have even more muy buenas noticias (that's 'very good news,' if you don't know how Google Translate works) for all of you:
Please welcome NYC's Bueno to the Babe City family!
These kings know the cure to your urban melancholy: loose and funky post punk. Meet them officially at Babe City on Saturday, July 11th, along with Shark Week, Diet Cig and Turnip King. Be there, or be cuadrado (square). RSVP Here.
Exciting announcements to come. You'll see.
This August marks one year since we decided to get together and make records and change the world. Figured we should throw a party to celebrate, and our friends at 9:30 Club wanted to help.
Yes, you read that right: Babe City Records 1 Year Anniversary Party at THE 9:30 CLUB on SATURDAY August 22. Featuring the wonderful sounds of