Maybe the Welders
Rock / Garage / Punk
I know it's
been a while since you've heard from us, but that doesn't mean we haven't been busy.
For instance, we've just made a deal with a major television network for
song placement during their television shows. We'll have more on this as it
develops, but rest assured that our TV irons in the fire.
In other news, we've
been making waves across the pond with the help of Tim Forkster, some dedicated
bloggers, and Lee Kirby of www.spitfireradio.net.
If you haven't checked it out, you should. It is truly independent radio at
its finest, and Lee is a top-notch fellow (if a bit difficult to understand).
Is a tour of Great Britain in the cards for MtW? Stay tuned in and we'll let
But what about shows, you ask? Well, that's actually
why we're writing. We have two coming up this very weekend. The first
is this Saturday, Sept. 22nd, at the Underground Lounge on the Upper West side,
way up at 107th and West End, where we never, ever go. Check us out as we
conquer new territory. More info: http://www.facebook.com/events/274992715950856/
The event says 9, but we'll probably go on around 10. The other bands are
fantastic though, so come early and stay late.
The other show is really
a doozy: We're playing Central Park on Sunday the 23rd, right in the Band
Shell http://www.nycgo.com/venues/central-park-bandshell as
part of International Peace Day. We're only playing 3 songs, they're all covers,
and 2 of them are brand new for us, so come check it out. We'll be on sometime
between 3 and 5 pm. More details to come on our facebook account, so if you
haven't liked us yet, you really should. I mean, you're on our mailing list
for Pete's sake.
That's all for now. We hope to see you this weekend.
"Angst riven lyrics rail against the current state of affairs... this is carried
out within the context of some superbly constructed melodies. The music is uncomplicated
and the mixing desk is kept as simple as possible, giving the material an added
air of credibility." Tim, Indie Bands Blog
"Hailing from New York City
and possessing all the vigor you’d expect, Maybe The Welders slid right into
first for this week’s New Music Monday." Angela, Infectious Magazine
"Maybe The Welders are one
of those bands that take me back to my own personal music roots (Gang of four, the
Clash, Talking Heads, and tons more) Maybe The Welders define that generation in
a “Now music era statement” and I am ecstatic to have this band in my
music ears today! They are a perfect example of what rock and roll needs back and
that’s character, respect and style with real attitude and know how! “This
band is Fierce.” They are going to “Give the music to you directly”,
on music tracks or live!" Forkster, Forkster "rOCKS It oUT"