Sub Pop

News from 10/2008

TUE, OCT 7, 2008 at 10:47 AM

A Drink for the Kids 2008!


A Drink For The Kids, the Vera Project’s annual benefit event for the 21-and-over crowd, is happening October 8th through 11th in bars across Seattle, including a grand finale show at Neumo’s on the Oct. 11th. All proceeds from the show and from any Red Hook and Dewar’s drinks purchased at the venues will help keep music and art accessible to people of all ages. So pick a spot in your neighborhood every night, and save Saturday October 11th for the show! By simply ordering a Redhook or Dewars and coming to a great show you can lend your support for the Vera Project, Seattle’s all-ages, volunteer-run music and arts space.

Check out the schedule below, and get tickets to the concert here!

Wednesday October 8, 6-10 p.m., 21 and over

The Saint
Easy Street West Seattle –with a 7p.m. show with Abigail Washburn & The
Sparrow Quartet (featuring Bela Fleck)

Thursday October 9, 6-10 p.m., 21 and over

Cha Cha
Hattie’s Hat

Friday October 10, 6-10 p.m., 21 and over

Linda’s Tavern
King’s Hardware
West 5

Saturday October 11—Neumo’s Presents A Drink for the Kids 2008 —Grand Finale Concert

Very special super secret surprise guest headliner!
The Ruby Suns
Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
Hosted by People’s Republic of Komedy’s Kevin Hyder
DJ Righteous Trash

$15 adv.
8 p.m. doors

See you there!

Can’t make it? Donate to Vera anyway! You can make a tax-deductible donation
online here

Posted by Chris Jacobs

MON, OCT 13, 2008 at 9:00 AM

Sub Pop and Hardly Art and Suicide Squeeze: Together at CMJ 2008


We’re teaming up with our friends at Hardly Art and Suicide Squeeze for our CMJ showcase this year! It will take place at Piano’s (158 Ludlow at Stanton, NYC) on Friday, October 24th. The show starts at 8:00 and is $12 at the door, or free with a CMJ badge. Here’s the full schedule:

Upstairs room:
8:00-8:30 Pretty & Nice
8:45-9:15 The Coathangers

Downstairs room:
8:30-9:00 Cotton Jones
9:15-9:45 Death Vessel
10:00-10:30 The Dutchess and the Duke
10:45-11:15 sBACH
11:30-12:00 Oxford Collapse
12:15-12:45 The Ruby Suns

You guys should totally come.

Posted by Chris Jacobs

FRI, OCT 3, 2008 at 3:34 AM

Daniel Martin Moore Debut Out October 7th


(Stream Stray Age in full here!)

On October 7th, Stray Age, the debut recording from Daniel Martin Moore will be available to you on CD and as modern, downloadable MP3s. You’ve never heard of Daniel Martin Moore, from Cold Spring, Kentucky and that’s okay. Before we got his unsolicited demo in January 2007, neither had we. Luckily, he’d heard of us, and contacted us the way people in Cold Spring still do—he sent us a package, just to see what would happen. We caught up with Daniel while he was working at a friend’s bed and breakfast in Costa Rica. Recorded in Los Angeles in late 2007/early 2008, Stray Age is his stunning, understated debut.

If you pre-order Stray Age by October 7th, we’ll throw in, at no charge to you, a limited CDR featuring four demos, three of which are exclusive to this release. And, as-per-usual, you can expect some stickers and a button or two.

Do us all a favor and pre-order Stray Age here.

Listen to Daniel here

Posted by Sam Sawyer