8/7 - Oakland (311 Broadway) - At The Night Light with Sad Bitch and Sexless
8/8 - San Luis Obispo (2007 Broad Street) - At 2k7 with Hollow Sunshine and Mewlips
8/9 - Murrieta (41679 Date Street) - At The Dial with Wreck & Reference and Recluse
8/10 - Glendale (806 Colorado Street) - At Complex with Marriages and Wreck & Reference
8/11 - Fresno (901 F Street) - At The CYC with Protester, Misled Youth, and Midwest Moms
8/12 - San Jose (98 South Almaden Avenue) - At The Caravan Lounge with Joan and the Rivers
8/14 - Sacramento (1624 21st Street) - The Labyrinth with Airs, Crisis Arm, and Operator
Pregnant Women - The Bagel Town Diaries
Pregnant Women is a project from Sacramento that recently put out it’s newest release of remixes.
The album consists entirely of what once we’re happy or some how celebratory pop and rap songs that have been twisted into dark and moody arrangements. For many of these tracks, it seems that Pregnant Women put more thought into the arrangements than the original producers did, creating something not only more interesting, but in many cases more catchy versions.
All the remixes are given morose titles like Miley Cyrus’ We Can’t Stop (Begging For Forgiveness Remix) or Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe (I Am So Sorry For Your Loss Remix).
It’s not only unique and great, but it’s also free and definitely worth your time. May not be the right tunes to out on at the height of your summer time barbeque, but once the guests are off the dance floor and gathering around the fire pit, this is something that will be right at home.
Download the album here: http://wetheads.bandcamp.com/album/the-bagel-town-diaries
This is a documentary about the band So Stressed recording a full length album during the spring of 2014.
Pregnant Women just finished a very neat collection of weird, relaxed remixes of popular songs called The Bagel Town Diaries. It is available to download for free.
So Stressed is working on a new album. Here’s a tasty little teaser of some of the great stuff that they’re been “laying down” in the studio.
Watch So Stressed get sweaty and weird in a disgusting basement deep in the heart of Portland, Oregon in this video brought to you by the wonderful Ignat Frege.