Yellow Tears and John Mannion Perform at 285 Kent Tonight, There May Be Urine

12.05.13 Jane Chardiet

Tonight, Hubble and Migrations in Rust will hit the stage at 285 Kent for their joint record release show. Yellow Tears, Diaphragm and John Mannion are also joining the fray, making what could be a legendary night in noise.

Hubble is the solo project of The Men’s Ben Greenberg. Named one of the best guitarists under the age of 30 by the Redbull Music Academy, Hubble is Greenberg’s chance to solo and shred in a way that The Men does not allow. Also out now on NNA tapes is Migrations in Rust- the more mellow solo project of Jesse Allen (who also performs as Hollow Seed).

Yellow Tears in 2011:

You never know what you can expect from Yellow Tears. They have done everything from gargle vats of urine spiked water while wearing underwater cameras to designing carnival rides and games and demanding audience participation. After a pretty lengthy hiatus, it will be interesting to see what these guys have up their sleeves.

John Mannion at M.A.P.S. harsh noise and power electronics festival at Silent Barn, 2013:

In addition to sets from Diaphragm and John Mannion, DJ Ning Nong (Raspberry Bulbs) will be spinning records between sets. John Mannion, Diaphragm, Migrations in Rust (Record Release), Yellow Tears, Hubble (Record Release), Dec 5, 8pm, 285 Kent, Brooklyn, $10

(Photo: atomicsherbert0/Flickr)