DNFMOMD: Sleepover Shows video session!

Sleepover Shows (one of our favorite video sessions blogs) found us in our natural habitat, hanging out with Rover, and caught a couple of acoustic numbers from us, including the worldwide debut of our new song “Episode 15: The Girl Who Was Death.” We were joined by the incredible Susannah Plaster …

HUGE Congrats to Sleepover Shows on their 100th Show!

We just wanted to pass along a huge congratulations to our friends at Sleepover Shows for hitting their 100th show today with the awesome Deer Tick! In addition to this fine 100th session, they’ve put out a ton of awesome sets including (and there are so many more great ones!):  OK …

Sophia and Michael sing a holiday song for Sleepover Shows

Sleepover Shows (an awesome video sessions blog – with previous sessions with MJEML and a piece on Occupy that we participated in) has got the holiday spirit, and they are releasing a series of bands doing holiday-themed songs. Ours went up today! To me, what really makes a holiday song …

Sleepover Shows Charity Auction

Sleepover Shows is one of my favorite things on the ol’ Internet. They record special acoustic sessions with great bands in interesting settings. They’ve done sessions with some of my favorite bands ever like: Cloud Cult, Frightened Rabbit, Walter Sickert and the ARmy of BRoken TOys, The David Wax Museum, …

The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library on Sleepover Shows and coverage by Time Out Boston! Special acoustic session in our kitchen

As we approach our CD release show, we’ve got a lot of exciting stuff coming through the pipeline this week. This particular set of videos, from our Sleepover Shows session, is really exciting to us. We had a really awesome time with the Sleepover crew and were really honored to …

The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library Sleepover Show Preview (plus proof that we hate freedom)!

As you are likely aware, I do have extensive spy training, much of it undertaken to resist information extraction using Sodium PentothalĀ®. However, after entering the sordid, bibliophilic world of the library, the combination of allergies from book dust and dreams of butterflies in the sky led me to talk …