Tuesday, September 20, 2011

September 23rd @ The Smiling Moose

Remember a couple of months ago when the motherfuckin' cops came and shut down that show at the Doo-Wop Mansion, and our dear friends from Boston, Pile, couldn't even finish their set? Well, it's better late than never, because they're heading south once more and giving this rock 'n' roll thing another try!

We'll be joining them, along with Brass Chariot and Lightweight this Friday night at the Smiling Moose on the South Side. It's the second leg of the Low Man + Brass Chariot Both Sides of the River Tour, and it's going to be even louder and even drunker than the last show, so if you want to watch J.z. get a concussion falling off the stage, this is not to be missed!

Door at 8 // Music at 9
$5 // 21+ // Afterparty at your house

Saturday, September 10, 2011

September 18th @ Howlers

Our friends The Rice Cakes just left Pittsburgh this week, and now their friends, This Is A Movement, are arriving in town from Providence to play with us at Howlers Coyote Cafe in Bloomfield!

Along with the venerable Sam Matthews' Brass Chariot, pumping out the old-school punk jams, we'll be ripping the roof off Little Italy after the Steelers beat the snot out of the Seattle Shithawks. Come and celebrate the STEEL with some METAL. Get it? Get it?

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Papa's got a brand new bag... of jams!

Last week we performed on the 92.1 WPTS Live Show, and this week we got the recording back from it. Now, even if you couldn't tune in, you can have a little bit of Low Man radio magic in your very own home! They're a little rough around the edges, but we picked out some of our favorites to share, including our newest song, the intellectually titled "American Literature From 1860," which, naturally, is about fucking. Additional fun-fact about that song: to comply with FCC regulations, we had to change the word "motherfucker" to something just as bad-ass but technically less obscene. The decision Luke made? "Harvey Keitel".

As always, you can find the recordings on our Music page right here on this website, but if you'd like to download them, visit our Bandcamp and have them for free! A big thank you to everyone at WPTS, especially Dave Cerminara, for letting us come in and make the studio unbearably loud and sweaty for an hour. And thanks as well to whomever it was that took the picture of what we can only assume is Lou Albano smoking the tires of a souped-up GT that we stole for the album artwork. Badass.