Friday, February 28, 2020

Live Perfromances

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

THURSDAY MARCH 12 -- SEATTLE, WA @ BLACK LODGE
W. REVERSE DEATH, J.F. SEBASTIAN

W. MEDIUM WEEKEND, CAREEN

SATURDAY MARCH 14 -- PORTLAND, OR @ HAPPY HOUSE
W. LIBRARY STUDIES, OH NO OH NO


   

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Adult Program

We have a new record coming out on March 13 2020.  It's called Adult Program.  Tapes are being released by Dead Definition.  Additionally, we will be performing in Seattle and Portland in support of the release.  Preorders are live at bandcamp.

MARCH 12 -- Seattle, WA
MARCH 13 -- Seattle, WA
MARCH 14 -- Portland, OR

More details to come.



Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Black Lodge July 20


Hey folks.  We're back.  We'll be performing on July 20 2019 at The Black Lodge in Seattle, WA.  New tunes will be played.  Joining us will be Outdoor Voices, Masha & Lars, and Orbach (first show).  

Cheers,
ECA

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Hey folks, 

Rock Plus+ is out, and we're a rock group on hiatus.  Seattle Weekly was kind enough to write some nice words about the record and Secretly Important was kind enough to premiere it.

Tapes are available from Halfshell Records.

Many many many many thanks to all who have supported us over the years.

XOXO
ECA

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—it’s tricky in 2017 to make guitar-based music interesting, especially anything you could call “rock music.” The world has heard all the variations on three-chord blues riffs it can handle, folks, show’s (mostly) over—time to move on and try out something new. Heavy Petting seems to be winking at that fact in Rock Plus+whose title suggests this particular rock has a little something extra extra tossed in. It’s instrumental post-rock, but perhaps it’s also post-post-rock. Whatever it is, it’s undeniably transportive and intriguing to the ear. Guitarist Evan Anderson, bassist Evan Easthope, and drummer Derek Blackstone have conjured a sound that manages to allude to staple Northwest guitar tonalities (Modest Mouse’s quavering, loopy runs; grunge’s crunchy fuzz; Cascadian black metal’s opulent, oppressive darkness) without simply copy-pasting all their influences into a “new” document. Boldly, they’ve chosen not to dress up their music with the random sound effects and left-field samples that bog down most post-rock as well—they let the music speak for itself. The songs’ simply titled tracks, “New One,” “New Three,” and “New Too,” add up to a breezy 20-minute run time, but one that takes repeat listens to fully appreciate—mostly thanks to the constantly shifting structures that veer organically from breezy interludes to emotional asides and crushing riffs. Enjoy it while you can—this record is the band’s last before calling it quits for good.  ~Kelton Sears, Seattle Weekly

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Tour Dates For Real

>>>Don't Call Me Babe<<<
North American Tour 2016

6.4.2016 Missoula, MT @ Camp Daze Fest
6.13.2016 Athens, OH @ Shewolf Haus
6.14.2016 Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit Bar
6.17.2016 Hamden, CT @ The Space
6.27.2016 Athens, GA @ Pity Party
6.27.2016 Athens, GA @ The Caledonia Lounge

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Anthill

Erik Wallace took some lovely photographs when we played at the Anthill this month.

Sunday, June 28, 2015