Monday, September 26, 2011

Spinnerette - Tour Dates

TOUR 2010


March

Mar 4, 2010 - Thu @ 8:00 PM
The Zoo _ Brisbane, Queensland [Supported by Mini Mansions and Mary Trembles]

Mar 5, 2010 – Fri @ 8:00 PM
The Factory _ Sydney, New South Wales [Supported by Mini Mansions  and Alter Ego Mania]

Mar 7, 2010 – Sun @ 8:00 PM
The Corner Hotel _ Melbourne, Victoria

Mar 9 2010 – Tue @ 8:00 PM
The Amplifier _ Perth, Western Australia





TOUR 2009


February

Feb 23, 2009 - Mon @ 07:00 PM
O2 Academy Islington _ London [With Future of the Left & The Chapman Family]

Feb 24, 2009 - Tue @ 07:00 PM
O2 Academy 2 BirminghamBirmingham


June 

Jun 17, 2009 - Wed @ 08:00 PM
Call The Office   London, Ontario

Jun 18, 2009 - Thu @ 08:00 PM
Live Lounge   Ottawa

Jun 19, 2009 - Fri @ 09:00 PM

Jun 22, 2009 - Mon @ 08:00 PM
Bowery Ballroom   New York

Jun 24, 2009 - Wed @ 08:00 PM
Troubadour   West Hollywood


July

Jul 10, 2009 – Fri @ 10:00 PM
Oxegen Music Festival _ Ireland

Jul 11, 2009 – Sat @ 02:00 PM
Wakestock Festival at XFM Misadventures Stage _ Abersoch, North Wales, UK

Jul 12, 2009 - Sun @ 07:00 PM
Academy 3   Manchester

Jul 13, 2009 - Mon @ 08:00 PM
Academy 2   Oxford

Jul 16, 2009 - Thu @ 08:00 PM

Jul 17, 2009 - Fri @ 08:00 PM
O2 Academy 2   Newcastle

Jul 18, 2009 - Sat @ 08:00 PM

Jul 22, 2009 - Wed @ 08:00 PM
The Boardwalk   Orangevale

Jul 24, 2009 - @ 10:00 AM
The 2009 Capitol Hill Block Party Seattle _ Seattle, WA

Jul 25, 2009 – Sat @ 07:55 PM
Virgin Festival _Vancouver

Jul 27, 2009 - Mon @ 08:00 PM

August 

Aug 21, 2009 – Thu @ 07:30 PM
Lowlands Festival – Charlie Stage _ Holland, UK

Aug 22, 2009 – Fri @ 01:00 PM
Highfield Festival_ Erfurt, Germany

Aug 24, 2009 – Mon @ 09:00 PM
Abart _ Zurich

Aug 25, 2009 - Tue @ 08:00 PM

Aug 27, 2009 - Thu @ 07:00 PM
The Thekla   Bristol

Aug 28, 2009 – Fri @ 01:30 PM
Leeds Festival – NME/Radio 1 Stage _ Bramham Park, England

Aug 29, 2009 – Sat @ 01:35 PM
Reading Festival - NME/Radio 1 Stage _ Reading, England

Aug 31, 2009 - Mon @ 08:30 PM
59:1   München


September

Sep 1, 2009 - Tue @ 09:00 PM
Columbia Club   Berlin

Sep 2, 2009 - Wed @ 08:00 PM
Knust   Hamburg


Sep 3, 2009 - Thu @ 08:00 PM
Luxor   Cologne

Sep 5, 2009 – Sat @ 8:00 PM
Jersey Live _ St Hellier, Jersey


October 

Oct 21, 2009 – Wed @ ?:?? PM
Highline Ballroom _ Manhattan, NYC  * Private party for SPIN Magezine



TOUR 2008


October 

Oct 27, 2008 – Mon @ 09:00 PM
Velvet Jones _ Santa Barbara

Oct 28, 2008 – Tue @ 08:00 PM
Alex's Bar _ Long Beach, CA

Oct 29, 2008 – Wed @ 09:00 PM
Spaceland _ Silver Lake, CA



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The Distillers - Additional Tracks Featured On:

Give 'em The Boot II


Year: 1999
Label: Epitaph/Hellcat
Song: “L.A Girl”



Old Skars & Upstarts


Year: 2001
Label: Disaster Records
Song: “Warriors”



Give 'em The Boot III


Year: 2002
Label: Epitaph/Hellcat
Song: “Sick of it All”



Punk-o-Rama 8



Year: 2003
Label: Epitaph
Song: “I Am a Revenant”

The Distillers - Faixas Incluídas em Compilações


Give 'em The Boot II


Data de Lançamento: 1999
Selo: Epitaph/Hellcat
Música: “L.A Girl”



Old Skars & Upstarts


Data de Lançamento: 2001
Selo: Disaster Records
Música: “Warriors”



Give 'em The Boot III


Data de Lançamento: 2002
Selo: Epitaph/Hellcat
Música: “Sick of it All”



Punk-o-Rama 8



Data de Lançamento: 2003
Selo: Epitaph
Música: “I Am a Revenant”

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Videography - The Distillers

"The Young Crazed Peeling"


Year: 2002
Album: Sing Sing Death House





City Of Angels


Year: 2002
Album: Sing Sing Death House








"Drain The Blood"


Year: 2003
Album: Coral Fang





"The Hunger"

Year: 2004
Album: Coral Fang





"Beat Your Heart Out"
           

Year: 2004
Album: Coral Fang


Videografia - The Distillers

"The Young Crazed Peeling"


Ano: 2002
Do Disco: Sing Sing Death House








"City Of Angels"


Ano: 2002
Do Disco: Sing Sing Death House








"Drain The Blood"


Ano: 2003
Do Disco: Coral Fang





"The Hunger"

Ano: 2004
Do Disco: Coral Fang





"Beat Your Heart Out"
           

Ano: 2004
Do Disco: Coral Fang

Singles - The Distillers


The Young Crazed Peeling”

Released in: 2002
Label: Epitaph/Hellcat Records


Track Listing:

1. “The Young Crazed Peeling”



“City of Angels”


Released in: 2002
Label: Epitaph/Hellcat Records
UK Singles Chart: #104


Track Listing:

  1. “City of Angels”
  2. “Solvent” (B-side)
  3. “Sing Sing Death House”


“Drain the Blood”


Released in: 2003
Label: Sire

“Drain the Blood” was the first single from The Distillers' third album, Coral Fang. It peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.


Track listing:

   1. "Drain the Blood"
   2. "Dismantle Me" (acoustic)
   3. "Cincinnati" (B-side)




“The Hunger”



Released in: 2004
Label: Sire

"The Hunger" was the second single from their third album, Coral Fang.
The band Eagles of Death Metal did a cover for the song, which was included as a bonus track on some copies of their second studio album, Death by Sexy.


Track listing:

1. "The Hunger"
2. "Dismantle Me" (XFM Session)
3. "The Hunger" (XFM Session)




“Beat Your Heart Out”


Released in: 2004
Label: Sire

"Beat Your Heart Out" was the third and last single from the album Coral Fang.

This song made appearance on Tony Hawk's Underground 2 and was included on the soundtrack of Spider-Man 2 movie tie-in game.


Track Listing:

   1. "Beat Your Heart Out"
   2. "The Gallow Is God" (Acoustic)
   3. "Beat Your Heart Out" (Enhanced Video)

Singles - The Distillers


“The Young Crazed Peeling”

Lançamento: 2002
Selo: Epitaph/Hellcat Records

Track Listing:

1. “The Young Crazed Peeling”



“City of Angels”


Lançamento: 2002
Selo: Epitaph/Hellcat Records
Melhor Posição no Reino Unido: #104

Track Listing:

  1. “City of Angels”
  2. “Solvent” (B-side)
  3. “Sing Sing Death House"

                                               
                                                    
“Drain the Blood”


Lançamento: 2003
Selo: Sire

“Drain the Blood” foi o primeiro single do Distillers com o disco Coral Fang. A música alcançou a 28ª posição na tabela de “Música Alternativa” da Billboard.


Track listing:

   1. "Drain the Blood"
   2. "Dismantle Me" (acoustic)
   3. "Cincinnati" (B-side)


                                                             
“The Hunger”

Data de Lançamento: 2004
Selo: Sire

"The Hunger" foi o segundo single do terceiro álbum do Distillers, Coral Fang

A banda Eagles of Death Metal fez um cover da música, que foi incluído como faixa bônus em algumas cópias do seu segundo disco de estúdio, Death by Sexy (que, inclusive, conta com participação de Brody Dalle).

Track listing:

1. "The Hunger"
2. "Dismantle Me" (XFM Session)
3. "The Hunger" (XFM Session)




“Beat Your Heart Out”


Data de Lançamento: 2004
Selo: Sire


“Beat Your Heart Out” foi o terceiro e último single do álbum Coral Fang.

A música aparece no jogo Tony Hawk Underground 2 e foi incluída também na trilha Sonora do jogo Spider-Man 2.


Track Listing:

   1. "Beat Your Heart Out"
   2. "The Gallow Is God" (Acoustic)
   3. "Beat Your Heart Out" (Enhanced Video)

Interview For Juicemagazine.com Website


Título Original: "The Distillers - Interview by Robin Fleming"
By: Robin Fleming
Date: 2000

The Distillers are a punk rock chemist's proudest batch of hooch. Their first full length is a self titled masterpiece soon to be released on Hellcat. Lyrics poured over salty wounds, guitars that explode like a molotov cocktail and a rhythm section that would keep the troops marching, shit, it would make them run. You can see them on The Punk O Rama Tour and on the Eastern leg of the Warp Tour.

B = Brody Armstrong
K = Kim Fuelleman

How'd you guys find each other?
B - I moved here from Australia three years ago. I've played music since I was thirteen. I had a band back home and wanted to start a new band here. I found our drummer, Mat Young and I knew Kim through Epitaph. Nobody knew she played bass, she was a total enigma about it.

But, you play so good.
K - I wasn't with a band I wanted to be with. So I wasn't like "Yeah I'm a bass player".
B - Somebody told me she played so, I took her aside, then we found Rose through a friend.

What's the song "Red Carpet and Rebellion" about?
B - I'm very interested in Russian history. So, it's about the extreme deprivation those people have gone through. The communist factor and the peasant uprisings to get their freedom. I used the chorus as a symbol of me trying to fit in here, in the culture and society of America.

How's that been?
B - When I first moved here the poverty hit me and the politics. It's all extremes. Seeing people try to fit in and live life on a daily basis, to struggle with that.

Who've you guys played with?
K - We've played with a lot of great bands. The Nerve Agents are our brother band, they gave us shows way back when we just did a little tour with H2O and Anti-Flag. We've played with U.S. Bombs, The Dwarves, and X. Yeah, getting to play with my personal musical heroes.

How was the recording experience for you, how long were you in?
B - It took 3 weeks including mixing. It was pretty nerve racking. I'd never done a full length.
K - It was a lot of time and energy. I freak out recording because I'm so used to playing live. But, once I heard it, I was so happy, it made it all worth it.
B - It's intense being between four walls, pouring your heart out for three weeks.
It's like giving birth.

What have you found as women in the punk scene?
K - We've met some really cool people and some weirdos. There've been a couple problems with sound guys being really patronizing. Usually they see us play and that changes.
B - Yeah they expect something different and then we kick the doors down and it's like "what's up?" We've had a lot of support. The doors have been kicked open for women, and yeah you've got the asshole rock, but if you want it, you gotta go after it.
K - It's great to see girls up front at our shows.
B - As far as women and unity within the scene at shows, I felt there was this hypocrisy, because my last band played with some of the "feminist bands" and for all the shit that they spoke, they didn't live up to any of their ideals in front of me. It was so nazi to me.
K - The biggest talkers are the ones who do exactly the opposite.
B - Seperatist attitudes have gotta go...


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Interview With Ryan Sinn


By: Paco Rubio
Date: January, 2002


Explain who are the members of the band and what does each member play, and if you have been in another bands before...

Brody – Vocals/guitar – Played in Sourpuss.
Andy – Drums – Played in Nerve Agents and Model American.
Ryan – Bass/Vocals – Small local bands.
Rose – Guitar/Vocals.

Which groups have influenced your style?

Ryan: For me, a lot of black metal and The Go Gos, Rancid, Flea, The Cure.

What do you want to transmit with the name of The Distillers? Does it have a special meaning for you? Please explain...

Ryan: To me it means taking everything down to it’s pure form. Like inside you, progressing or being motivated with whatever, like pure rage or love, anger, spite.

What is the difference between your new album "Sing Sing Death House" and your debut album?

Ryan: The new album is definetaly a progression. I think it’s much better, a lot more diversity.

What does the title "Sing Sing Death House" mean?

Ryan: It’s a really fucked up prision where a lot of people were horribly mistreated. It’s a metaphor for getting past the horrible things in your life, moving on. Surviving.

Where was it recorded? Who has collaborated with you? Some anecdotes...

Ryan: We recorded it at Westbeach Studios and West Lake Studios. Brody wrote the album, no one collaborated on it. It’s all her.

Donnell Cameron produced the album (NOFX, Pennywise, 7 Seconds). How was working with him?

Ryan: It could have been better, problems…

What has he contributed to your sound?

Ryan: Nothing.

What songs do you like the most in "Sing Sing Death House"?

Ryan: That’s hard, um… Sick of it All, I Am a Revenant, Seneca Falls, Hate Me, I Understand.

What do you consider more important: the lyrics or the music?

Ryan: It’s a mixture I think, some bands I love the music, even if the lyrics aren’t that good, and others I fell more connected to the lyrics.

What do your lyrics talk about?

Ryan: Go read them.

Is it important for the Distillers to be in Epitaph / Hell Cat Records?

Ryan: It’s a great label, it’s like a big family.

What is the ideology of punk according your point of view?

Ryan: I don’t really bother on what’s punk anymore, it’s to diluted. Everyone has completely different views on what is and isn’t punk. I really don’t care, I just do what makes me and those I care about happy. Labeling everything just put limits on it.

What do you think about the evolution of american punk-rock bands? And the punk-rock scene?

Ryan
: It’s definetaly going good. Bands are poppong up like Wildflowers, it’s awesome. I think it’s a very good time for music. It’s a point where a lot of what’s on top is falling, there’s room for a lot of bands to make changes in the scenes or whatever.

How is the rock music scene in L.A.?

Ryan: I live about 7 hours North of L.A., so I’m a bit out of the loop, however the San Francisco/Oakland/Berkely/San Jose scene is going strong.

Could you name any band that has called your attention recently?

Ryan: Nine Inch Nails, Jucifer and The Crown.

Who would you like to do a split with?

Ryan: AFI, or um...Slayer??

Which gig/gigs do you remember you enjoyed the most?

Ryan: Almost all of them, Italy was amazing. Spain was a lot of fun too, London was great even though I knocked myself out…

What is it more important for the Distillers: to do good gigs or good songs/albums?

Ryan: For me it’s just playing the best I can and improving, being happy with what I’m playing in the studio and playing live.

What is the difference between the European scene and the American one?

Ryan: The language is hard sometimes in Europe, but the kids go off. Here the kids just go insane. Huge sing a longs and circle pits. California has the best circle pits.

What do you remember of your gigs in Spain?

Ryan: Barcelona was beautiful, we got to go around town a bit and I got to go shopping. When we got back to the club, Wallride was playing. I was amazed by them. I even bought all their CD’s and records. The show was great, and I fell down the stairs after, I think Brody did too.

How do you think the attack to the World Trade Center can affect Punk-rock and freedom of speech?

Ryan: I don’t think it has any affect on punk rock. More closely to people individually who were put at a loss because of it.

What has been the worst shit that has ever happened to you in these years on stage?

Ryan: The last show we played, the side monitors were up to loud and all I could hear was my bass and it had this muffled feedback and I thought my bass was out of tune, so I played Oh Serena all fucked up. I didn’t know what the hell was going on. That and when I knocked myself out in London. That hurt.

How can you explain the music of the Distillers in a few words?

Ryan: Go listen for yourself.

Which are your ten favorite albums of the 20 the century?

Ryan: Man, That’s hard um…
The Cure – Pornography
A.F.I. – Black Sails in the Sunset
Björk – Post
Emperor – Promethius (or however it’s spelled)
Guns N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction
Rancid - 2000
Nine Inch Nails – Pretty Hate Machine or The Fragile – Pick one
Danzig – 4
Slayer – Reign in Blood
Nowhere Fast - Tina’s Spicy Poontang Burritos


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