We are really happy to be a part of the TEARS FROM EARS Festival because we will be sharing the stage with 4 amazing bands: AUTOMASSAGE, HEXENBRUTAL, NIKKI LOUDER and TRUS!
You can catch us on following dates:
29.05.2013 - Club Wakuum, Graz (AT)
31.05.2013 - MIKK, Murska Sobota (SI)
01.06.2013 - Gromka, Ljubljana (SI)
15 May 2013 / 0 notes
We are back from the mini tour with Ludovik Material and had a great time… with some bumps in the road, but hey, that’s fucking life. We managed to book a last second gig in Ilmenau (DE) and it was one of the highlights of the tour. Thanks a lot to all the nice people who came to our shows (and didn’t leave immediately) and all our (new and old) friends. Soon we’ll upload some videos from the tour, so stay tuned.
A reminder: just over a year ago we released our debut album “Is it me?”. The CD is available again for purchase and comes in a very special triangular cardboard case. You can also buy our “dinosaur” shirt and don’t forget that our music is still downloadable for free. You can get all those nice things by visiting our bandcamp page:
Thanks for all your support and share our music if you like it!
9 May 2013 / 0 notes
Tomorrow we start a mini tour with LUDOVIK MATERIAL! We’ll be playing 3 shows in Germany and a show in Utrech in the Netherlands. If you are in the neighbourhood you are more than welcome to drop by.
25 Apr 2013 / 0 notes
IEE playing a special “stairway” show at TRESK #4 @ Kino Šiška, 14.3.2013. (second photo copyright: Jože Svetičič)
It was a really nice introduction to a superb weekend. We had a blast spending time with old/new friends and performing with great bands.
IEE playing in Zagreb, Partycipacija @ Klub Attack, 16.3.2013 (Photo copyright: Matej Čelar)
Partycipacija was fucking amazing. Period.
19 Mar 2013 / 0 notes
13 Mar 2013 / 0 notes
It’s everyone else “Dinosaur” shirts are here! Available at our bandcamp or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available sizes: Men (S,M,L,XL) & Girlie (S,M,L)
11 Dec 2012 / 0 notes
This is going to be our last concert of 2012. We are currently working on new material, so expect new things from us soon.
21 Nov 2012 / 0 notes
a video of us performing “Locust” at Bar Cube, Kumanovo, Macedonia (3/11/2012)
It was a cool gig with beautiful people and a great atmosphere.
14 Nov 2012 / 0 notes
1/11/2012 – The day the music died – twice
9 am We leave Ljubljana and its apocalyptic weather behind. This time already well versed in luggage tetris and armed with a wider range of CDs. The weather, temperature and mood are getting better by the kilometre. Croatian border. Tina, Luci and ATA Carnet commence mission »Customs« and complete it successfully.
5 pm We arrive in Belgrade and battle our way through Belgrade’s traffic clusterfuck. Some difficulty in finding the club. Finally, we enter KC Grad. There’s a girl selling jewellery made of old computer parts and a little kid sampling cheese from a local farm. The place is full of very hip people, but there’s a Radiohead song playing in the background – a good sign. A quick beer on a very empty stomach relieves any tension left over from the drive. The organizer arrives. Duška takes us out for a pizza, while Tina visits her brother and his family.
10 pm The pleasant soundgirl (or “Tonka”) makes our soundcheck more interesting. Two interviews and then it’s on. The first performer of the evening is an intriguing local musician, named Miša: http://exmisha.bandcamp.com/. His song »Sinergija« becomes the theme song of the remaining tour. Next up are Ludovik Material. We hear the first notes of the “Intro” and then – darkness. Only the spinning lightshow lasers are still emitting light. We find out the power has gone out in the entire street. Ludovik material exchange looks. Then Tina starts singing the next song, Bojan joins in, a guitar for Matija appears from out of nowhere and we witness a superb improvised unplugged concert. The darkness makes it even more intimate and the people are loving it. Ludovik Material finish. Luci and I look at each other. Hm. All of a sudden, we see a light turn on - on the other side of the club. Since we only need one electrical socket, we get a long extension cord and connect all our machines to the only working one in the place, turn them on and – darkness. Again. We finally accept it and just hang out in the dark with the pleasant locals. After that, three of us go to a hostel and two go to Miša’s. The hostel has a massage room, a patio and an xbox, but unfortunately also drunk Americans. Despite this, we somehow manage to get some sleep.
2/11/2012 – Playing in castles, sleeping in spas
1 pm We leave Belgrade. The GPS tells us the drive to Štip will take us 4 hours. A lie! 8 hours later, we finally arrive in Štip and find Dom na mladi. We enter the club, a real mansion. A truly beautiful place with painted walls and an abandoned amusement park in front of it. We meet Boško, an old rocker. Skopsko beer mmmmm. For dinner we get an interestingly shaped dish made of dough and meat, which tastes great. We finish it off with some magic potion (lemon juice, honey and another secret ingredient) and it’s on.
10:30 pm The evening begins with It’s everyone else. The audience (an interesting mix of longhaired metalheads and extravagantly stylish ladies) are quite into it. A solid gig. Ludovik material begin playing and kick ass. Matija occasionally steps in on the vocals. Two drinks per person. Beh. They later make up for it with homemade Rakija. After the gig, we are resting in the backstage when we hear a familiar melody. Apparently, the organizer has recorded both concerts and is now playing them. Mixed feelings. We drive a short way out of town where a very drunk, but friendly guy shows us where we will be sleeping. It turns out to be a low budget Turkish spa. Conversations over Rakija and then sleep.
3/11/2012 – Whiskey and chess
1 pm After a morning not unlike being in labour, we drive into town for a coffee, or two, or three. The world becomes bearable. We find out that, while it is true that Macedonian throat pills contain some suspicious ingredients, they are also very effective. Fortunately, Kumanovo is only an hour’s drive away. Most of the drive, we are surrounded by beautiful barren, uninhabited hillocks of the Macedonian countryside. We stop for a picnic. Kumanovo is quite big, but very modest. We find Bar Cube, which is about 5 square metres in size. On the walls we see familiar faces from the world of rock. Nice. Being early, Marko the organizer takes us for a walk. Five minutes before seven, we find out that it is illegal to buy or sell alcohol and energy drinks(?!) after seven. We dash into the first convenient store and snatch a whiskey. They forget to feed us, so we eat everything we find in our van. The whiskey flows nicely. Bojan calls his friend from Skopje. “You have to meet this guy, he’s a legend.” When Dule arrives, he immediately lives up to his reputation. With nothing else but a chessboard under his arm, he proceeds to strike a conversation with everyone at the show. By the end on the evening, everybody genuinely likes him.
10:30 pm The bar has filled up with people and there is even a little crowd in front. Again, it is a combination of “beauties and beasts”. Nice. Together with the sound guy, we squeeze onto the 2 square metre “stage”. Ludovik material begin playing. It feels right from the get go. The band as well as the audience is really into it. Even the most priggish Macedonian girls eventually succumb to the feeling and let themselves be taken over. Ludovik material finish. Despite the great atmosphere, we (It’s everyone else) think our sound might be a little bit too much for this place. Not even remotely. When there’s no visible thinning out of the crowd after Pig milk, we know this is going to be a great gig. We finish our sweating and turn our attention to the whiskey. A truly superb conclusion to the first half of our Balkan tour. We go to Marko’s to sleep, but shhhhh, his mother is sleeping upstairs. Before going to bed Bojan and Dule play a game of chess on the street in front of the house. Bojan wins.
4/11/2012 – The dashing vagabonds
9 am We are awoken by a not-typically-Balkan drilling and hammering of the neighbours. We nap for a while, then drive to town for burek and coffee. We have a long ride in front of us (about 10 hours), but this time we at least got some sleep. We are also still a little bit elated from the previous evening. Towards the end of the drive, when our brains begin to go sour, we go through every Slovenian children’s song, folk song and popular song. With the exception of “Siva pot” (a rip off of Country Roads), of course. Beh.
10 Nov 2012 / 0 notes
here are a few live videos from the may 2012 tour (with Ludovik Material)
24 May 2012 / 0 notes