September 12

pghshows:

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9/12/14 @Sharkweek = 517 Zulema st

order up;)
Marietta (philly)
pretty boys playing pretty music
http://whereismarietta.bandcamp.com/

The Hundred Acre Woods (philly)
Pat
http://thehundredacrewoods.bandcamp.com/

Skull Kid
Isaiah
http://skullkidpa.bandcamp.com/

Partly Sunny
Bach
http://partlysunnymusic.bandcamp.com/

Yes Yes A Thousand Times Yes
goons
http://yesyes1000timesyes.bandcamp.com/


$ 5 $ for philly bands
8pm
Play nice plz

https://www.facebook.com/events/324400864408371/

whereistecate asked:
what is katie's conscious by algernon cadwallader about anyway?

Breathing
Was an occupation
And job descriptions a distraction

Katie’s Conscious.

Radio rap is back for a reason.

KATIE

Katie’s Conscious.

Marietta Touring With Big Awesome

propertyofzack:

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Marietta are playing a string of shows with Big Awesome in August. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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Braid East Coast Tour With AGBPOL, Marietta

propertyofzack:

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Braid are taking A Great Big Pile Of Leaves and Marietta on their upcoming East Coast tour. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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goin’ on tour with braid and a great big pile of leaves from july 23-27, check it out yall. stoked to the max


fuckyeahbenjohnsonatshows:

rock on with ben johnson

our boy lookin’ mad cute and me lookin kinda fat


impressionofsoundmedia:

You’ve Got the Map Backwards, Matt: The track opens with acoustic guitar and the line "Sometimes I’m awake thinkin’ about fuckin’ things up for myself again…". It continues in this brooding vein until opening up into a sprinting guitar passage at 1:46 that rebukes the sullenness of the song’s beginning. In a rare move, Marietta chooses to then re-enter that darker aural space and the song concludes with acoustic guitar and a pronounced note of resignation: "Oh, I’m seein’ the dreariness of this./Oh, I’m believin’ now that I can’t fix this."

Read the rest of the track-by-track review.

really awesome and well written review of our album along with a track-by-track review