Spottiswoode & His
Enemies will play their first show of the year next Friday, March 22nd at the BMCC
Tribeca Performing Arts Center. We look forward to playing two very distinct sets,
both quite different from our 15th anniversary show last November. We hope to see you there! Please
buy tickets early.
Friday March 22nd
& His Enemies
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC
Order Tickets here: www.smarttix.com/show.aspx
Spottiswoode will also play an acoustic triangle show tomorrow night in New
two of his favorite writers and performers, Kenny White and Amy Correia. Tickets
may be running out so, again, please book in advance.
Spottiswoode, Kenny White & Amy Correia
Watchung Arts Center,
Finally, thanks to the extremely generous
support of friends and fans like you we have a small promotional budget to make
videos for our next record, English Dream. So, next weekend the band will be shooting not one but fourteen
music videos in one day!
for the shoot are moving forward with the kind of stellar efficiency you might expect
from Enemies HQ. However, we may still need some help.
We are looking for the following...
Time: March 23rd, 9am-9pm
A volunteer make-up person
cook! Someone who can prepare and bring one or two delicious hot meals for 20 people
to our Greenwich Village location. Cost of ingredients and transportation will be
Access to deals on:
A professional (4000 lumens +)
A second projector (not as powerful)
A large rear
Professional lighting equipment
Copious quantities of fake or fresh flowers
We may also need a couple of strong roadies to help load
lighting equipment on and off a van on the morning or afternoon before the shoot
(Friday, March 22nd).
If you think
you can help with any of this please respond to this e-mail or send a message to
our line producer, Lauren Rayner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spottiswoode & His Enemies
WILD GOOSECHASE EXPEDITION, our last record, can be
purchased at www.cdbaby.com/cd/spott7 or downloaded at iTunes.
"Nothing short of transportive." Steve LaBate, Paste Magazine
only one of the best albums of 2011 but one of the best of the decade." (Wild Goosechase
Expedition) Lucid Culture
"Nothing short of remarkable
and after a dozen or more spins guaranteed on my year-end list of favorite albums.”
(Wild Goosechase Expedition) Jeffrey Sisk, In Tune
is a musical tightrope walker, hovering between styles without a safety net. A wordsmith
with an immaculate sense of timing, this set of his songs can stand up against Randy
Newman and open the ears of fans of Rufus Wainwright." (Piano 45) Here Comes The Flood
septet Spottiswoode & His Enemies is a swirling cocktail of indie-rock, folk,
country and even big band music. The real entertainment, however, lies in the songs
and their clever arrangements." (That's What I Like) WNYC, Soundcheck with John Schaefer