The Sprinkle Kingdom (RIP)
The Sprinkle Kingdom (RIP)
The Moms (NJ Rock & Roll)
Chris Cappello (w/ band)
Losing Season (but still playing in October)
Milkshakes (brings all the emo-punk boys to the yard)
Paper Jymys (my Jymys wearing a hat)
7pm Saturday 10/19/13
14 Gilbert St., West Haven CT
Milkshakes have a show this Saturday. Crunch House is always a good time and The Moms are like a better version of The Menzingers. Come hang out.
Milkshakes // Distant
I’m not a visionary, just make selfish decisions I’m lacking conviction
To say what I need to say, you can call troubled minds but I’ll call it mine
The years that it took to say that you bring me down with everyday
Cause you’re not around and that’s not okay.
I’m dying without you, take me back to those early days,
I’m trying to get through, but you’re just never listening
And these cycles still destroy me, lying on my bed, lifeless to no end
Dead on the ground with old habits to blame, I’m done fighting myself for
Control of my name, I’m reaching out my hand, but you won’t understand
I’m not waiting around for you, not like you’d want me to
And all the chances that you blew, I hope they get to you
Members of Old Gray and Two Humans have started Sorority Noise and have released a new EP called Young Luck via Broken World Records. Stream a song called “Queen Anne’s Lace” via AbsolutePunk and check out other songs on their EP below after the jump.
Milkshakes- Kalabar’s Revenge
"This is a song about juvie."
Sticking with the Pinkerton theme in honor of its 17th birthday this week, this song is “Longtime Sunshine”. Written in 1994, this track was originally intended for the album called Songs From the Black Hole. After that album failed to get off the ground, it was next intended to be on Pinkerton! However, it never ended up getting released until a demo of it came out on Rivers’ solo album called Alone. This version of the song is a more fleshed out demo than that first one, recorded by the full band and featuring an extended ending with different band members singing the chorus from various Pinkerton and Black Hole songs. This recording was released as one of the tracks on the Pinkerton: Deluxe Edition in 2011. It is an interesting take on the song, starting off with a very pleasant and simple acoustic guitar and piano arrangement, with Rivers gently singing the song. As the ending hits, multiple songs are going on at once leading to a very chaotic feeling. The juxtaposition of the simple beginning and the complex ending makes this one of the most interesting weezer songs from the era, representing the entire feel of the Pinkerton era in an awesome way.
For anyone curious, the songs being sung during the coda are Longtime Sunshine, Why Bother, No Other One, I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams, and Blast Off.
Or hiding out in the basement where we used to make out and constantly complain about the circumstances we found ourselves in when we were just two kids, both just too proud to admit, just how fortunate we were to have come across each other.
i think jaden smith is trying to sound deep in all his tweets but honestly he ends up sounding really terrifying??
Milkshakes Summer Tour Pt. 2
Milkshakes Summer Tour Pt. 1