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Mothers of Gut
Los Angeles, California
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UNKING An LSD trip encompasses transitional states between mind and body. The same can be said of Unking, the new record from Riverside natives Mothers of Gut with the effects of a smiley-faced unicorn tab. Starting off nice and slow, the ten-minute opening title track confuses, meanders, chugging forward with... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Listen to THE ENTIRE LIVE SET on Soundcloud. Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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After a long day of driving, we are happy to report that- with the exception of Canterbury & Surplus (douchebags)- Unking is available at every record store in Los Angeles muthafuckin' County (Amoeba, Penny Lane, Freakbeat, Street Sounds, Headline, Soundsations, Atomic, Poo-Bah, Origami Vinyl and Vacation) Poo-Bah Record Shop 2636... Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Hey y'all, remember when I locked myself in my house for thirty days and made some righteous tunes- which later yielded no critical praise or attention? Well, they're all here for leisurous streaming, and also the first 200 downloads are free on bandcamp, so have at it. ♥ A Song... Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
"Pained and weighty and other times remarkably transcendent." - THFML "Mothers Of Gut would have been right at home during the grunge era when bands discovered that punk rock could add psychedelic sludge and get heavy without losing immediacy." - RCRDLBL_ "This garage grail of a band tells their stories... Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
A good friend of ours and a trusted colleague- Ryan Beal- of Norse Horse- has deliciously sliced Stalemate into a fervor of wet dreamscapes and angular spasms. We were groovin on this hard last night, and we hope you'll do the same. You can check out more of Norse Horse's... Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Above photo is courtesy of Caroline Kim. Riverside's 10th Annual Saturation Fest- pictures below are courtesy of local photo veteran- Michael J. Elderman- who's extensive work can be viewed HERE. Thanks to all the bands for making our day in the IE a wonderful experience! Also, thanks to Andrew, Talene... Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
Thanks to Amanda, here are some short, albeit sufficient clips of our Unking release show on April 30th, 2011 at the PB&J Gallery in Pomona. We'd like to extend our gratitude toward Joey and Sam for putting this on, and also special thanks to Ghost Shores, Kevin Greenspon and the... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Yes, the day has finally arrived! You can purchase the 12" Vinyl pressing of Unking (digital download code included) through Family Time Records or download/stream it over at Bandcamp. THE CHOICE IS YOURS! We hope to see you all at the release show on Saturday! For more info about that,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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We were pleased this afternoon to find out that Altered Zones, a subsidiary blog of Pitchfork has been kind enough to host a live-stream of 'Wizard Tree' off our upcoming vinyl release "Unking." Note: The information therein is slightly mis-informed, in that 'Wizard Tree' was not actually written during Aaron's... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Thanks to Sam Woodson and the good people at the PB&J Gallery in Pomona for putting this show together! Unfortunately, Dave will no longer be playing drums with us, but as the age-old adage goes, change is the fire in which we burn... or something like that. Anyways, Mothers of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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We made it back from SXSW in one piece, albeit with strep throat and an ear infection, but it was all worth it! We'd like to extend our gratitude to Jesse Paulk for letting us crash at his place the entire time, and for taking us around town and showing... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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We currently have thirty copies of Unking available for $10 at SXSW. A subsequent, official release will follow on Tuesday April 26, 2011 through Family Time Records. The Inanimate Sermon is currently available on cd through Youthless & the Eastern Pendulum, and Selections on tape are available through Family Time.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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I hold in my possession 558 copies of the Unking vinyl. Last night, we listened it on my piece of crap record player, and aside from that it sounded marvelous. You can expect to pick one of these bad boys up on April 26th, or if you're in Austin, TX... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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We are pleased to announce that Ryan Bergmann- of Duhkha fame pictured above- will be joining us on bass! We had a couple practices and already things sound promising. As it happens, Ryan had a chance to collaborate with Aaron on his "Song a Day" project, resulting in that which... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Aside from our SXSW performance on March 19th, we do have some upcoming show dates. We hope you will find the time to check us out. April 9th @ Silver Factory in Los Angeles, Ca (Optical Illusions) w/ Bastidas // Batwings Catwings // TheRapist May 28th @ Back to the... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Our UNKING ep is scheduled for tentative April release on 12" vinyl, through our dear friend Sam Woodson's label Family Time Records. Sam is a hardworking chap who's already put out the likes of Norse Horse, Doll Chimes, Twin Lion, Ancient Crux, Rapid Youth, Kevin Greenspon and so many more!... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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We're pleased to announce that we will be traversing the barren deserts of Arizona and Texas to participate in the SXSW Festival in Austin. A few years back, Aaron had the opportunity to attend with the world famous comedy troupe, Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound, and together they partied harder... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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Mothers' frontman, Aaron Freeman took on a "Song a Day" from January 10th- February 9th 2011, resulting in the production of thirty songs with nineteen different musicians from the Los Angeles and Inland Empire area, including Omar Jamal (Brother Mitya), Lou Anda (Voice on Tape), Morgan Gee (Big Whup!), Travis... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2011 at Mothers of Gut
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