So excited to bring you our latest music video In a Glass Elevator by DE close collaborator Nelson Tam (PomoBoho Media) starring Stephanie Cozzette. Many thanks to Siânteuse.
Pay-What-You-Can: Now you canset your price for our debut EP, Vol. 1 (digital download), via our Bandcamp site!
Very honoured for our tribute performance with Lol Tolhurst (co-founder of The Cure) on Feb 10 with EBR friends Amy’s Arms & DJ Osaze at Nocturne. $10 (advance) or $15 (at door). More info here.
Any guesses as to what Cure track we’ll cover?
Pump up the jam this December when we join nTTx and DI Auger (dj) at Soundtrack of the City musicfest at Nocturne on Friday, Dec 9. Click here for more info about tix and SOTC wristbands.
Then catch us for a hammering bill full of acts from all over Ontario at Orb on Friday, Dec 16 featuring Cyphier (London), Dioxide Angel (Kitchener), Translucent Unit (Toronto) and DJ Muted. Doors at 8pm, $5 suggested donation. More info here.
Tonight’s the night! Catch us at Nocturne during Indie Week at 11:15pm sharp. We’re reunited with The Shyness of Strangers. Them&Us do an amazing, spitfire set and we’re down for some Wolkoff and Turbo Goth.
Friday, Nov 18. Doors open 8pm. $6 in advance, $8 at the door.
Nothing at All directed by La Chunk By Lil’ Lohan (yep, she also crunched out our last video, Good Night Sweet Charlatan) from our debut disc, Vol. 1, on Electric Bat Records.
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We’re so excited about our debut CD – Vol. 1, which is available from Toronto’s new electronic noire label Electric Bat Records (click our Bandcamp link below). Pre-order today and you’ll receive the mastered digital single, Nothing at All, immediately.
Want it sooner than our Oct 25 full release date? We’ll have CDs at this Saturday, Oct 8 when we tear up Abstruse with Eyesteal. Limited tix left – email us at depressioneraband [at] gmail [dot] com.
If you know us at all, then you know that we love Hamilton for the friends, food/watering holes, waterfalls and proximity to large outdoor antique fair smackdowns. So when Electric Bat Records founder Batty von Bats announced his bash at Baltimore House with The Wasteland, we jumped at the chance to slap his birthday ass. Since we’re gearing up to release our debut EP on Electric Bat, get used to our family-style shenanigans. See you tonight at Baltimore House – $5 (doors at 9pm). More info here.