Polar Vortex

Our show in Austin tomorrow is being moved from The Mohawk outside to Red 7 inside because it’s supposed to be like 25 degrees, which in American is pretty uncomfortably cold.  And if you’re driving to the show, please, be careful.

Get some of the rare stuff

UPDATE:  AND THEY’RE GONE.  THANKS TO THE BUYERS.

Whenever we put out records we always stockpile a few just for occasions like this. Right now you can buy all of the records you see below for one set price, no bidding, no haggling, no nonsense. All of the money from the sale is going to support Idle No More and Defenders of the Land, two groups building an Indigenous-led movement to transform Canada. You can get the whole package for $260, which is pretty reasonable when you look at how much each of these records go for on their own. There are just two of these packages so move on it! If you’re gonna spend stupid money on FU records you might as well do it here.

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/idle-no-more-2-0-support-an-indigenous-led-movement-to-transform-canada

Exciting news!

We’re thrilled to be back at Coachella this year with so many of our favourite Canadian bands.  We’re playing first on the smallest stage on the last day just before Moxy Fruvous!

 

285 Kent

We’re pleased to say that we’ll be playing the last show at 285 Kent in Brooklyn on Jan 19. Read about the venue closing HERE. We loved that place.  get your tix over here

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ps hopefully i’ll be cicada3301 by then

2014 things

Texas Flier

 

2014 is gonna be a big one for us, some new zodiacs are coming out and a new LP is gonna drop in June.  We’ll have more info on that later.  First though just a quick note about some shows we’re doing in Texas just to briefly escape the Canadian winter hell. Let’s talk more soon.

PG Banter

lastpogopic

A few weeks ago we rolled out of bed on a Saturday morning and into the Horseshoe Tavern. We set up in the empty club, and played four songs from the hallowed history of Toronto punk, as written by The Last Pogo back in 1978. With the exception of “Picture My Face,” which at this point has been fully canonized into the Canadian Punk songbook, the songs we chose are from only slightly more shadowy corners of Toronto’s birthing punk scene. You also get a minute of quality PG banter about the Last Pogo from myself and Pink Eyes

More info here

Watch everything here

Gigs

Our show next week in Fresno has been moved to San Luis Obispo.  And we’ve got some new shows to announce, this one with the poster below in kind of suburban Toronto and then a one-off gig in Calgary in November.  See fuckedup.cc/shows for all the infos.

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