“Radio Out” from the selt-titled Parlour Tricks record is featured in Bakari Lebby’s interpretation of Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things. Death Becomes Even The Maiden’s “The Only Thing I Feel for You Is the Recoil” also plays during the play’s brutal, climactic scene.
“Cathedral” is featured in the Geekcouch Backstage Pass Episode 7.
Parlour Tricks landed number six in the top ten.
“Death Becomes Even the Maiden is no more, as this muscular post-punk trio shed its unwieldy name and threw in a slick, more dance-friendly vibe on their new songs, tunes which are still jaw-droppingly tight and propulsive, but even more catchy and sticky then before.”
Parlour Tricks self-titled made the cut.
“This top 10 list shows diversity, from Modern Man’s drone, to the childlike wonder that Those Lavender Whales capture in song. From Parlour Tricks edgy rock tunes, to Heyrocco’s youthful hazy wonder, and Can’t Kids raw energy that bursts through with Soda City pride, to Latenights’ debut, an ode to loud melodic rock and soaring guitar solos.”
“Cathedral” made the mixtape featuring the best of Columbia, SC’s local scene from 2012:
“Deftly marries the post-punk’s angular tendencies with new wave’s sideways melodies into dark, sleek, danceable indie rock.”
Record release day: If you missed the Free Times Music Crawl and didn’t get a copy of the disc, our self-titled debut album is being released digitally today:
Recorded at Charleston Sound in Mount Pleasant, SC from fall 2010 to spring 2012. Engineered by Joey Cox.
>Limited pressing of 100 discs for the Free Times Music Crawl
>Released 20 NOV 12
- Atomic Age
- Radio Out
- Bronze Cast
- White Lies
- Neon Lights
- Down in the Minefield of a Memory
DIGITALLY AT iTunes
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STREAM AT Rdio
STREAM AT Spotify