Archive for 2009
Come out to see Bleed Radio Bleed this Thursday August 27th at Connie's Ric Rac, 1132 S. 9th St, Philadelphia, PA. All Ages. Show starts at 8:30 7:30PM $10. Bleed Radio Bleed goes on first followed by Japanese Metal.
The Silence Kit will be playing at The Blockley Pourhouse next Tuesday, August 11th, with Mark Burgess of The Chameleons (UK) For more information visit: http://www.facebook.com/the.silence.kit Also check out a video of The Chameleons from their heyday: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcD54bv59OE&feature=related
We were on Long Island last week and were lucky enough to catch some former members of The Cotton Weary and Satellite Lost playing as Circle the Sun at Mr. Beery's. Also, noteworthy were Everything Sucks and CMR. Good times. [gallery link="file"]
Backyard fireworks in rural PA + Angie's Lensbaby skills = [gallery link="file"]
Bleed Radio Bleed will be appearing at The Trash Bar in Brooklyn tomorrow night June 23nd at 9PM. The show is $6 with an open bar from 8-9PM. This Saturday June 27th, The Silence Kit will be playing at the Arlene's Grocery, 95 Stanton Street NY, NY at 11PM. Show ...
Great photos from The Silence Kit/Bleed Radio Bleed show at the North Star last night are now posted on Break Even's Facebook page. Go visit.
THE SILENCE KIT @ THE NORTHSTAR BAR 6/6/2009 If you only see THE SILENCE KIT once this year, make THIS the ONCE! Just added: Bleed Radio Bleed Venue: NORTHSTAR BAR Time: 9:00PM Saturday, June 6th
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We had a chance to sit in on a practice session with The Silence Kit last week while delivering another batch of CDs. It sounds like they’ve been busy writing and recording, and their new stuff sounds great. Here’s a sample of some of the photos. Look for the rest here.
Be sure to check out our new entrance video for breakeven.org. The movie contains images from all of our artists, releases and promotional material dating all the way back to our earliest days. The music featured is from Mezzanine~C14's He Keeps Silent and Sacrifices Himself available now on iTunes.