Live at The Bell House 4/4/2009

Thee Oh Sees

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Released Apr 08, 2009
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Thee Oh Sees headlined April 4th's wfmu-curated FMA party at The Bell House in Industrial Brooklyn, and it felt like fire on the Gowanus Canal. This is the newest project from Johnny Dwyer (Coachwhips, Zeigenbock Kopf). And it's not to be confused with the group's previous aquarian life playing dreamy backporch psych-folk as OCS. Thee Oh Sees have a new record out on top-notch garage-punk label In The Red (home to Vivian Girls, The Dirtbombs, and Dan Melchior's Broke Revue).
Johnny Dwyer's punk tude was in full effect. He only wore his guitar
at nerd-height when he wasn't dragging it across the floor like a
schoolyard bully. He scolded Petey Dammit for tuning his jazzmaster
between sets, calling him unprofessional and asking (at the beginning
of "Meat Step Lively" below) "do you want [wfmu music director] Brian
Turner to call you a douche on the air?". [BT probably will be callin'
JP Dwyer himself a d-bag or worse once he sees the graffiti left by the
oc's in the Bell House back stall...]. Dwyer chomped on the mic during
each count off, shorting out the tape. Mike Shoun chugs along on the
drums, while Bridgid Dawson adds the ocs' signature harmonies and
crucial tamborine. Most of these songs are available on Thee Oh Sees'
new CD/LP Help (In The Red).
Huge thanks to Glenn Luttman for engineering, to Thee Oh Sees for
comin all the way out here from San Francisco, to all the good people
at the Bell House, and to everyone who helped make this event possible.




Glenn Luttman

John Badger Oct 18, 2010

This is a good one, or my name isn't John Badger.

jason May 20, 2009

down arrow = download. email if you're not seeing the down arrow

hesske May 07, 2009

DUH, but I see no way to download? Using a Mac.

jason Apr 11, 2009

those were tuning tracks, which i thought were funny bc they contained profanity, but maybe not something everybody wants to hear. took 'em down and renumbered

Klax Apr 11, 2009

Are tracks 5, 7, 11, and 14 missing -- or is the numbering just wrong?

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