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Far-Out Fangtooth's Nick Kulp Joins Creepoid!

Whoa - Creepoid just announced that Far-Out Fangtooth's Nick Kulp just joined the group! Looks like from the new band photo (above) that Pete Joe Urban is no longer in the band. Creepoid said to keep an eye out for some upcoming U.S. dates. (Photo by Adam Wallacavage)





Siltbreeze Showcase w/Far-Out Fangtooth & Watery Love at ICA May 14

“Scavenged from the wreckage of distortion, this celebration allows Siltbreeze's records to be understood in the best way imaginable - through sounds. Lots of them.” The beloved local boundary-pushing record label has invited the mesmerizing psych-goth of Far-Out Fangtooth and former Clockcleaner Richie Charles’ garage-punk outfit Watery Love to display some contemporary art of their own at the ICA this evening. Inspired by the exhibitions “Image Scavengers” (1982) and “Investigations 28: Martin Kippenberger” (1989), the music showcase will coexist with “Conjuring Kippenberger,” a talk that “touches on Kippenberger's flirtation with No Wave music and design” by designer Mark Owens. Come out, and discover where the lines of music and design are blurred! Institute of Contemporary Art, 118 S. 36th St., 6:30pm, Free, All Ages - Alexis V.




New Video: "Red Hawk Desert" (Live) - Far-Out Fangtooth

Below is a live performance of "Red Hawk Desert" from Far-Out Fangtooth's set for Record Store Day at Repo Records. The studio track can be found on 2011 LP Pure & Disinterested (Siltbreeze), and the footage was recorded by Kyle Garvey (The Interest Group). You can find Far-Out Fangtooth performing live again on Tuesday, May 13 at The Boot & Saddle in direct support of Amen Dunes and on Wednesday, May 14 at the Institute of Contemporary Art for Siltbreeze's closing ceremony exhibition.

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LOOP Rocks KFN April 16th

Tracing back to their London roots, LOOP performs tonight at Kung Fu Necktie with a reunited line-up featuring Robert Hampson, John Wills, Neil Mackay and Scott Dowson.  They’re back on the road for a series of shows in 2014, heading in May to Austin Psych Fest and Primavera Sound in Barcelona.  Also on the bill are Philly’s ambient four-piece Far Out Fangtooth and Gondola who promise to be “Suckin’ Brains and Growin’ Manes”.  Check out LOOP’s official Psych Fest interview here featuring videos for “Collision” and “From Centre to Wave”. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N Front St, $17, 8pm, 21+ - Jaime Pannone 

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New Music Video: "Admit It" - Far-Out Fangtooth

So this new Far-Out Fangtooth music video is an absolute mindfuck. It's pretty much the worst acid trip ever, but in the hands of the gothic psych-punks, you know that they are deriving great pleasure from matching "Admit It," off their latest LP Borrowed Time (Siltbreeze), with the cinematic madness. Once again, Far-Out Fangtooth will be one of the many fine acts that Philly will be contributing to SXSW this year.

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