Saturday, May 19, 2018

Poorcastle Appreciation Month at Vinyl Nite

37FLOOD and Louisville Is For Lovers is proud to sponsor proud to sponsor a whole month of Poorcastle Festival​ Appreciation at our weekly Vinyl Nite along with Never Nervous at Galaxie Bar.

Please join us every Tuesday with great Louisville artists and bring your favorite records to spin for a chance to win tickets to Poorcastle 2018!

The Poorcastle Appreciation month kicks off Tuesday May 22nd with Planetary Overdrive followed by Baby Bones on May 29th, and Mosquito on June 12th. Join RMLLW2LLZ on June 19th for a special Juneteenth celebration, and Future Killer on June 26th.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

5/18: Hot Wires album Release Show with Adventure & Baby Bones at Zanzabar

Louisville's Hot Wires are releasing their new album, Dark Energy, this friday with an album release show at Zanzabar with Baby Bones and Adventure.
Hot Wires

In a new 'Best Buddies' podcast collaboration, 37FLOOD & Never Nervous speak to local musicians during vinyl nite at Galaxie (every tuesday 8pm-midnight) and air the podcasts on Never Nervous.
Follow this link to hear our Podcast with Hot Wires (and exclusive tracks from the new album). 

Album Release Show info here.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Tonight: grunge Nite at Galaxie Vinyl Nite

Join 37FLOOD for our weekly Vinyl Nite every Tuesday at Galaxie on Market street. Once a month we pick a genre for a theme night; and this Tuesday, May 15th, is Grunge Nite. Grab your flannel shirt, torn jeans, and your favorite grunge records to play for a chance to win 2 tickets to see the Melvins on 5/20 at Headliners + a copy of their new album Pinkus Abortion Technician! Vinyl Nite is every Tuesday at Galaxie from 8pm-Midnight and is always free.

Saturday, May 5, 2018

5/8: Visual Art Night at Tuesday Vinyl Nite

Every Tuesday night 37FLOOD hosts Vinyl Nite every Tuesday at Galaxie (732 E. Market) with Louisville Is For Lovers and Vectortone, where anyone can bring a record to play, and we often have guest DJs spin their favorites too.

This Tuesday we are mixing music with visual art and inviting visual artists Matt Weir and Michael Powell to spin their favorite albums and share their work.

At 10 pm we will be giving away a pair of tickets to Jaye Jayle and Fotocrime at Zanzabar (on 5/15) and at 11pm we will be giving away prints from Weir and Powell.

Vinyl Nite is always on Tuesdays from 8pm-midnight at Galaxie and is always free.

'Sick Brain' installation at Galaxie by Matt Weir

Friday, May 4, 2018

Free Music Give-A-Way: The Melvins 'Pinkus Abortion Technician' LP

Proto-Grunge godfathers The Melvins will be heading to Louisville on May 20th at Headliners Music Hall in support of their 27th album 'Pinkus Abortion Technician' which was released two weeks ago on Ipecac Recordings.

In anticipation of their show we are giving away a CD copy of  Pinkus Abortion Technician and will mail it direct to your home! Just share our post on Facebook or send us an email to enter. We will pick a winner on May 8th.

We will also be giving away tickets to the show at our weekly Vinyl Nite on Tuesday May 15th at Galaxie Bar on Market street.

Melvins with All Souls Show info here.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Review: Vive La Void LP

For nearly a decade the electronic group Moon Duo has been quietly releasing albums to wild appraise by a small, yet loyal, following.

Initially billed as a side project of Wooden Shjips guitarist Ripley Johnson, Moon Duo, consisting of Johnson and Sanae Yamada has risen into a respected group in it's own right, releasing 4 full length albums and a slew of remix, live, and EPs including the Jukebox Babe / No Fun EP on Sacred Bones that includes the Stooges cover No Fun and the Alan Vega (of Suicide) cover 'Jukebox Babe' earlier this year.

If it could said that Moon Duo is the contemporary equivalent of the stooges, with peppy hooks and playful lyrics, then the solo work of Sanae Yamada would be the contemporary equivalent of Suicide, with solid pop sensibility hidden behind dark rumblings and reverb.

Yamada's first full length, billed under Vive La Void,  begins on a sequenced astral plane with the spacey dream pop track Matter before quickly diving into the dark electronic depths of Red Rider.

The album's fist 2 singles, Red Rider and Death Money, may be the catchiest with Yamada's dream pop vocals sprinkled over John Carpenter style mischievous electronica, but there isn't a misstep on the entire album, with the last two tracks, Devil and Atlantis being the strongest.  Devil is an 8 and a half minute romp through a strange underworld packed with cryptic lyrics and Atlantis closes the album with a lone nostalgic instrumental driven by Wurlitzer style organs and field recordings giving  Vive La Void a solid coda to a solid first full length from Yamada.

Vive La Void will be released on May 4th on Sacred Bones. Pre-Order here