W E R E W O L V E S } I N T E R N A T I O N A L

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Posted in Uncategorized by beautiful intentions on 2010/12/28

We have reached the end of our journey. Thank you for riding with us.

Listed below are your receipts. Listen and share as you will.

This blog will no longer be maintained, but will stay alive acting as the main archive for WEREWOLVES.

WEREWOLVES DISCOGRAPHY (2007-2010):

LAST TIME ATLAS OF THE WORLD Live at Pianos, NYC bootleg is no longer available. CD-R Quantity Pressed: 50 copies. Self released

ES is available thru most digital retailers. 2×7″ vinyl is still available in super limited quantity here and here. Vinyl Quantity Pressed: 500 copies

Fire/Water is available thru most digital retailers. 7″ gray-marble vinyl is no longer available. Vinyl Quantity Pressed: 500 copies

Dance Raincoat Glass is available thru most digital retailers. 12″ white jacket bootleg is no longer available. Vinyl Quantity Pressed: 300 copies

POST-WEREWOLVES material has so far been released thru HEALING LIGHT RECORDS and YES & NO RECORDINGS.

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WEREWOLVES VENUE HISTORY:

Glasgow School of Art (Glasgow), Catch Bar (London), Le Pop In (Paris), Bull and Gate (London), The Buffalo Bar (London), The Musician (Leicester), Maddens Bridge Bar (Bundoran, IRE), 10 Feet Tall (Cardiff), Trash (Leeds), Bar Pure (Sunderland), Sheffield Academy (Sheffield), St. James Wine Vault (Bath), Fuse (Manchester), Toft (Manchester), Unknown Warehouse (Salford?Manchester?), Dr. Browns (Middlesborough), The Harley (Sheffield), Echo Curio (Los Angeles, CA), California Institute for Abnormal Arts (Los Angeles, CA), Spaceland (Los Angeles, CA), The Mime School (Los Angeles, CA) Club Moscow (Los Angeles, CA), The Casbah (San Diego, CA), Mai’s Café (Ventura, CA), The Hemlock Tavern (San Francisco, CA), The Know (Portland, OR), 8th St. Tap Room (Lawrence, KS), Box Awesome (Lincoln, NE), Lemmons (St. Louis, MO), Mixtapes (East Moline, IL),  All Asia (Cambridge, MA), Cousin Larry’s (Danbury, CT), Café Nine (New Haven, CT), The Monkey House (Burlington, VT), Ralph’s Diner (Worcester, MA), Sauced (Oklahoma City, OK), Red House Lounge (Austin, TX), Atomic Cantina (Albuquerque, NM), The Launchpad (Albuquerque, NM), Last Exit (Tempe, AZ), Yucca Tap Room (Tempe, AZ), Matinee Cleveland (Cleveland, OH), R5 Records (Sacremento, CA), The Walnut Room (Denver, CO), Danger Danger Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Death By Audio (Brooklyn, NY), Cake Shop (New York, NY), Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Market Hotel (Brooklyn, NY), Don Pedros (Brooklyn, NY), Pianos (New York, NY), The Delancey (New York, NY), Mercury Lounge (New York, NY), Southpaw (Brooklyn, NY), Spike Hill (Brooklyn, NY), Frost Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Shea Stadium (Brooklyn, NY), Public Assembly (Brooklyn, NY), Galapagos Art Space (Brooklyn, NY), Crash Mansion (New York, NY), Fat Baby (New York, NY), Lit Lounge (New York, NY), East River Bar (Brooklyn, NY), Vanishing Point (Brooklyn, NY), Trash Bar (Brooklyn, NY), Goodbye Blue Monday (Brooklyn, NY), Wreck Room (Brooklyn, NY), Sputnik (Brooklyn, NY), Asbury Lanes (Asbury Park, NJ), The Saint (Asbury Park, NJ), Shore Institute of Contemporary Arts (Long Branch, NJ), Brighton Bar (Long Branch, NJ), The Wonder Bar (Asbury Park, NJ), The Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ)

THANK YOU: BNS Sessions, PWD Records, Cargo Records and anyone who ever let us crash on their floor.

“And, in the end, the love you take/ Is equal to the love you make.”

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  1. a.w. said, on 2011/01/05 at 6:03 AM

    this is entirely sad to me. posted a blog post featuring your ES ep on my website, glad i got to meet you guys when you came to cleveland. please keep me posted on what you continue to do, you are inspiring brothers (and sister) from another star on the map.

  2. Chris Crowley said, on 2011/01/12 at 3:12 PM

    Saw you guys once on a whim at the Glasslands show last summer. You blew my mind (as did all that free beer.) Thought you were one of the more promising underground outfits I’d discovered in some time. Hope you change your minds.

    Chris

  3. D.H. said, on 2011/01/16 at 10:25 AM

    This is very disappointing. All things end, unfortunately.


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