AJAPOPFILMS released two videos this weekend of our live set at PulsewaveSF, which launched July 7, 2011. This was our homecoming show, EP release show, and very first PulsewaveSF all in one! The first video is of our first song of the set, “Epilogue.” We even had a pretty bad-ass opening video, also by AJAPOPFILMS, highlighting the shows of our Quest Coast Tour. Check it out!
The second video is of our song, “I Know Now.” But this isn’t your ordinary “I Know Now.” We had Dustin Smurthwaite of Ladies & Gentlemen and Uiliami Fihaki join us on trombone. It was really cool! Matt Payne even knocks the camera with his drum stick at 2:49.
We can’t say enough how truly amazing this night was. Stay tuned for announcements on our next show! In the meantime, Lizzie will be working with crashfaster for a couple of shows, as well as recording some vocals for Wizwars.
Our tour with crashfaster is off to a great start. We had a super fun 8-bit show at Meltdown Comics with Wizwars, who did an awesome cover of The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights” that I got to sing on, Mr. Spastic who got the crowd clapping nonstop, and of course, crashfaster who had special guest Italia Pierfederici sing with him. Thanks to Marco V. for taking videos of our entire set. Here’s one of our last song, “I Know Now” with the crowd worshipping Matt’s keytar shredding:
The next day, we did interviews and in-studio performances at KSCU 88.7 FM’s The Video Game Music Show with DJ sysop! That was really fun, although our set was cut a bit short due to notorious LA traffic. All in all it was worth it and the staff there was really cool about everything. Picture proof that we were there!
Our next stop is Oakland, CA at The New Parish for a fundraiser for Japan. The New Parish is a really neat venue, and I’m pretty excited to perform there. The last time I was there, I saw Dave Chappelle do stand-up comedy. Then we’re playing at Arlene Francis Center in Santa Rosa, CA the next night! Check out our shows page above for full tour details.