royorbitron:

Roy Orbitron: 7/30 @ Cakeshop (Manhattan) + 8/2 @ The Batcave (Montclair NJ)

CAKESHOP NYC TOMORROW
MONTCLAIR SATURDAY

“Roy Orbitron is another one of my favorites. Conor Meara is another guy that is constantly working on recordings and one of the most hardworking musicians I’ve met. He too has a really unique sound and I respect his aesthetic and determination.”

Anonymous asked: How did you get backstage passes to JW!?

i didn’t, my friend john did - our friend bruce knew the opening act apparently.

hey New York City, Roy Orbitron is playing Wednesday (7/30) at Cakeshop. 8pm sharp. come hear some truth.

hey New York City, Roy Orbitron is playing Wednesday (7/30) at Cakeshop. 8pm sharp. come hear some truth.

petermatthewbauer:

Thanks to everyone who came out on this great, weird, mystical North American tour. By the end, I think we were really cooking with gas. Hope we can do it again real soon. 

Peter Matthew Bauer & the Devourers

Matt Oliver- Guitar / Skyler Skjelset- Guitar / Mickey Walker- Bass / Jesse McIntosh- Drums / Marisa Brown - Jess Conda - Hillary Ashen - Rachel Hoke- Vox & Percussion /

Top photo by Kellen Nordstrom - 2nd photo by Carlos J. Matos

conquerors of brutalis.

breakfastburritoe:

Fall in love with someone who treats you like kanye treats kanye

fieldreader:

who wore the dinosaur jacket in the Burrito Brothers?

Sneaky Pete did

fieldreader:

who wore the dinosaur jacket in the Burrito Brothers?

Sneaky Pete did

have I ever told you that this here t-shirt represents a symbol of my individuality and my belief… in personal freedom?

get yours here

Noah and I played an acoustic set, it was fun.

Noah and I played an acoustic set, it was fun.

Anonymous asked: would you actually wear a snakeskin jacket? if not, what is the one thing you own that symbolizes your individuality and belief in personal freedom?

I would wear a snakeskin jacket if I could afford one. comfortably afford one I mean. because if I reeeeaaaallly wanted one I guess I could eventually but it’s definitely not a priority - I have a young son and a guitar fetish and a band that makes no money so my cash goes there.

one thing? my black firebird. it’s modded a bunch and the hand-tooled leather pickguard has my initials in the design. there’s not another one in the world like it, even without the guard, and it’ll only get more scarred and sweatsoaked in the future by my hands. so yeah, I fucking love that thing and it’s only going to get better. made in America out of mahogany by a company founded in 1902 by a guy who started with no formal training (Gibson) + leather pickguard hand-tooled in Texas by a woman named M.K. Holloway + Lollar pickups (p-90 in the neck position, firebird style in the bridge position) + an electronics bypass switch that gives me the firebird pickup straight to the jack in place of one of the tone knobs (other one turned into master tone) + added a Bigsby b5 vibrato + replaced the nut with a bone one. strung up with 12 gauge strings. it’s as flamboyant and personal to me as Sailor Ripley’s snakeskin jacket.