That’s right, Four posters for $40 – With a great deal of posters donated to PhanArt to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation, there’s a ton of great posters to get and for $40, you get FOUR prints, with the $40 going to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation for music education. If you want to request a tour or a specific artist (who has been featured on PhanArt.net in the past few years), we will try to honor your request as best as we can.
You can peruse the PhanArt Stash to see what posters we DO have, but there are many more not listed on Expresso Beans, so if you want to get some posters and support music education, click buy now and mention a favorite phanartist or tour from 3.0 and we’ll do our best to hook you up! (offer good until 12/24)
Since Summer Tour 2011 The Landlady has been selling some of the most unique and recognizable designs, available on t-shirts for men, women, and children. Also available are hats, bags, hoodies, bandanas, iPhone cases, and more! To keep up with the newest designs and promo codes, follow The Landlady (@the_landlady) on Twitter here.
Here are some new listings from ShakedownShirts.com We have kids shirts, sticker packs, Hoodies, and blowouts on some older out of print shirts. We offer sizes up to 5XL on the site on all of our shirts on the ShakedownShirts website.
10% off on the site with coupon code: phanart10
Brian Kushner is back with some new products inspired by the MSG run. All links to purchase these items will be at the bottom of the post.
The MSG Subway Token Pin. It’s a Token… It’s a PIN… NO it’s BOTH! IT’s a Subway Token PIN. Double backed and numbered out of only 100. They are $15.00 each.
The MSG Glowing Manhole Cover Pin. Double backed and numbered out of only 100. They are $16.00 each.
The MSG Manhole Cover Die Struck Pin. Double backing and numbered. Limited edition of 50. They are $16.00 each.
The MSG PACK of 3 Pins. You get one of each pin. The Subway Token Pin, The Manhole Glowing Pin and the Manhole Die Struck Pin. Get a 4th surprise pin free with your purchase! They are $42.00 for the pack.
The Madison Square Garden canvas is 29″x14″ stretched and ready to hang. Edition of 27. Commemorating what will be a total of 27 MSG shows. The banners in the canvas list all the dates of all the MSG shows!
$150 shipped (with holiday extras!)
2012 MSG happy fish pins. Edition of 100, $15 each.
2012 MSG pinboard with three circle light pins. The foamcore board is 18″x10″x1/2″. Edition of 55. Pins are exclusive to these boards. The board is designed to showcase anywhere from zero to all 21 of the happy fish pins in the 2012 series.
The board plus 3 light pins are $50 each, shipped.
New from Pompeii Prints, “MSG NYE PIN 2012” is a 1.5″ die struck soft enamel without epoxy, with color, and two military clutch backs in a limited edition of 100 with individual numbering on each pin with back stamp. These pins are available for pre-order now. The price is $9.99 and everything on the site is free shipping! This item will begin shipping Dec 8th.
The collection is growing, this is Jen’s 3rd token! The design features an upward spiral emanating from the big apple. Jen’s inspiration for the design is, to take the New Year’s run energy and grow, expand, move forward and reach out in the coming year. There’s nowhere to go but UP! This year pins are available in sterling and brass for the first time! See them allhere.
Available in Sterling Silver: token $25, pin $30, pendant on cord $38, and a pendant on sterling chain $48
Or in Brass: token $15, magnet $20, pin $20, and a pendant on cord $25 (token is the size of a quarter).
Makes a great holiday gift for your favorite fan! This is a limited edition of 50 tokens, numbers are engraved on the back and Jen’s signature can be found on the bottom edge. The item comes nicely packaged and ships Priority Mail (Takes 2-3 days). Shipping is a flat $5.00 for as many items as will fit in the box, any additional jewelry from Jen’s Etsy shop will ship for free! Don’t forget she is donating 10% of every token sale to the Mockingbird Foundation.
Dog Gone Blog has a pair of late night shows this coming NYE run that builds off the great DGB events of the past year in Manhattan and Toronto, as well as last year’s post-shows.
This year DGB is bringing to Mercury Lounge Real Estate bassist Alex Bleeker and his band of Freaks as well along with rising Brooklyn psych-rock outfit Prince Ruperts Drops on December 29th.
Following last year’s soiree with Superhuman Happiness and special guest Colin Stetson (Bon Iver, Arcade Fire), the Brooklyn ensemble will play on December 30th.
Both shows are taking place at Mercury Lounge on New York’s Lower East Side and will have liquid light shows provided by Planetary Projections. Posters designed by the amazing Justin Gabbard will also be available for purchase. Stay tuned to Dog Gone Blog to hear about special guests and other announcements in the coming weeks.
Doors open at 11pm and the cost for each night is $10. Come join Dog Gone Blog and celebrate the great year that was 2012 while catching some of New York’s best local acts in one of our favorite venues!
Alex Bleeker plays bass in Real Estate, but in his side project Alex Bleeker and the Freaks he is the principal songwriter and rhythm guitarist. The band features a rotating cast of supporting musicians that often includes members of Real Estate and other closely-related groups. Bleeker takes the Freaks on extended improvisational sound quests that often venture into Crazyhorse style noise or transcendent Grateful Dead inspired jams.
Superhuman Happiness was founded in 2008 to seek joy and love through shared rhythm and melody, composed and improvised. Their mission is to pursue a happiness greater than that experienced by an individual mind.
They have two CDs out: Fall Down Seven Times Stand Up Eight (2009), The Physical EP (2011) and 4 7″/45rpm records. The band can also be heard on Red Hot and Rio 2, in a collaboration with Cults on the track Um Canto de Afoxe para o Bloco do Ile, as well as in the soundtrack to the documentary How To Survive a Plague.
Performing highlights include two consecutive summers at the Celebrate Brooklyn Festival, tours supporting friends Marco Benevento, Rubblebucket, and numerous late nights at the legendary Zebulon in Brooklyn.
The group is currently mixing their second full length record, collaboratively composed over the course of a year using various theater/music games to develop a potent and fresh style of performing music.
At the inspired urging of original bassist Brad Truax (Home, Dan Melchior’s Broke Revue, Interpol, to name a few) the somewhat secretive Prince Rupert’s Drops formed in Brooklyn, NY in 2005, comprised of acclaimed comics-artist Leslie Stein (guitar, vox), fellow former Broke Revue-er Bruno Meyrick-Jones (guitar, vox), and former Osprey Steve McGuirl (drums, percussion). The band soon drew comparisons to the likes of The Groundhogs & Captain Beefheart – a sound that quickly developed and broadened to accommodate the emerging songwriting styles of each member. Following Brad’s departure in 2008, the band were joined by longtime friend and multi-talented bassist Chad Laird (Land of Tomorrow, Jantar), thus adding another powerful cylinder to the songwriting engine.
Their increasingly versatile and engaging approach has won them occupying support slots for acts broad in scope as psychedelic noiseniks Black Dice to country rockers Oakley Hall (to whom Steve has lent his talents on occasion). In 2012 PRD has been joined on stage and in the studio by another longtime-friend and former guest-musician, synthesizer-sorceress Kirsten Nordine (Jantar), turning the musical feast into a rich sonic banquet set to wow the ears of one and all.