Mobtown Laboratories
Microshows

Distilling all the kinetic energy and sonic kaboom of a large venue show into a teeny pint-sized house concert package, behold, the Mobtown Microshow.

Birth Defects

Microshow

Albert Bagman

Microshow
Albert Bagman - Microshow
Scroll Downers - Microshow
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The BSide Sessions

Revealing a distinctly intimate story narrated by song and sometimes-rowdy, sometimes-weary aftershow convo.

Hatis Noit

The BSide Session
Hatis Noit ハチスノイト - The BSide Session

Drop Electric

The BSide Session
Drop Electric - The BSide Session

Divining Rod

The BSide Session
Divining Rod - The BSide Session

The Flying Eyes

The BSide Session
The Flying Eyes - The BSide Session
 

Post Pink Microshow

The title of Post Pink‘s latest EP, I Believe You, OK, is something that doesn’t get said enough. The victims of abuse are presumed to be liars, to have brought it upon themselves, and any suggestion that a person knowingly got into a dangerous situation is used against them. On “Icky Arnold,” the Baltimore punks adapt a famous fictional version of the latter, drawing on Joyce Carol Oates’ 1974 short story, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been,” in which beautiful teen Connie’s covert dalliances at a bar earn her the attention of some unsavory men. But instead of taking her perspective, Angie Swiecicki and Emily Ferrara sing as the titular creep, channeling the predatory mania of his pre-grooming ritual in punchy stabs and leering yowls. You can imagine him in front of the bathroom mirror, like Vincent Cassel or Patrick Bateman; the deviant strut of Post Pink’s guitar takes you right inside the erratic pulse beating in his neck. -Pitchfork

Post Pink joins us in the studio for a Microshow (January 11, 2017).

Credits

Recorded on January 11, 2017 at Mobtown Studios

Vocals by Angela Swiecicki:

Bass and vocals by Emily Ferrara

Guitar by David Van McAleer

Drums by Sam Whitelaw

Produced by Sean Mercer

Mixed and engineered by Matthew Sullivan

Filmed by Sean Mercer and Matthew Sullivan

Edited by Sean Mercer

Photography by Cassandra Robbins