Pop. 1280, Black Oatmeal, Touch People

Pop. 1280

Pop. 1280 are the hardest working scumbags in New York City. The leaders of the "nü-pigfuck" as coined by the Village Voice, these post-cyberpunks have been terrorizing unassuming audience members for the last four years. Band leaders Chris Bug and Ivan Lip formed the band in late 2008, and since then have released three seven inches, for Badmaster and Blind Prophet, in addition to two albums on Sacred Bones. The Grid EP, landed in 2010 and their near universally-acclaimed debut LP, The Horror followed in early 2012. They have been featured in Stereogum, Impose, and the Village Voice and got glowing reviews from Pitchfork, CMJ, Dusted, and the Agit Reader. The band has toured the East Coast and Midwest numerous times, including stops at Chicago's famed Bitchpork fest and NY's Northside Festival.

Black Oatmeal

Not inpressed by your pants.

Touch People

touch people are interested in constantly contributing to the art communities of their fine cities. touch people enjoy interaction and because of this, are unavoidable. touch people enjoy the art of touch, as well as the suble touches they can provide people with subconsciously through normal every day interaction, and even the highly obvious ways people can be touched by words and events.



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