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The Velvet Teen: Great band, or greatest band?

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jimagius:

Onstage with Jim and Tom featured a visit from Josh Drake and Josh Staples this week. Key takeaways: the time Gwar put Tom in a meat grinder, Tom’s arrest at the hands of “The Glove” and the time Tom first encountered Nazis in Nevada City. Also, Josh Staples once almost legally adopted a grown man so he could go on tour.

thenoiboi:

the velvet teen - chimera obscurant

brevity isn’t always necessary.

amazing.

simonscloset:

Those who know me know that I used to play a lot of music. Anyway, I decided to make a GarageBand cover of Judah Nagler’s cover of Get Vulnerable by the New Trust with all new harmonies. Enjoy!

joseph-william:

The New Trust @ Soda Bar on Flickr.
@thenewtrust photos from Monday night @sodabarsd. More people need to come out for their shows, granted this was competing with a sold out Built to Spill show, but still!  The new album, “Keep Dreaming”, is out on the 14th on red vinyl and it looks sweet, dude.  Follow the link for more photos. I’ll probably be posting these on SDDialedIn as soon as I finish Field Mouse and Laura Stevenson’s photos.

joseph-william:

The New Trust @ Soda Bar on Flickr.

@thenewtrust photos from Monday night @sodabarsd.
More people need to come out for their shows, granted this was competing with a sold out Built to Spill show, but still!
The new album, “Keep Dreaming”, is out on the 14th on red vinyl and it looks sweet, dude.
Follow the link for more photos. I’ll probably be posting these on SDDialedIn as soon as I finish Field Mouse and Laura Stevenson’s photos.

(Source: joseph-william)

simonscloset:

Second take. This time by Judah Nagler of the Velvet Teen.

sungsdynasty:

The Velvet Teen - Everything in its right place Remix.

inferioritycomplexes:

The New Trust - Compromise

Song from their upcoming album “Keep Dreaming”  Recorded with Steve Albini.  

indiezounds:

The Velvet Teen interview by Jody Duncan (arranged by Dan Whiteley) for Thrasher Magazine, August 2005. Photo by Graham French.

indiezounds:

The Velvet Teen interview by Jody Duncan (arranged by Dan Whiteley) for Thrasher Magazine, August 2005. Photo by Graham French.

Casey Deitz lovingly murders a drum set for his new project Peace’d Out.

joseph-william:

@thenewtrust playing at Eleven Bar in San Diego.

joseph-william:

@thenewtrust playing at Eleven Bar in San Diego.

(Source: joseph-william)

Judah’s contribution to The New Trust & Friends’ Battle to the Death

(via sylfki)