Wednesday July 27
The Troubadour (w/ Dirty Little Secret)
Los Angeles, CA



Friday July 22
House of Blues (supporting Cake)
Chicago, IL



Saturday July 16
Schuba's Tavern
Chicago, IL



Friday July 15
Mac's
Lansing, MI



Thursday July 14
Elbo's
Dayton, OH



Tuesday July 12
Bernie's
Columbus, OH



Monday July 11
The Grog Shop
Cleveland, OH



Sunday July 10
Garfield Artworks
Pittsburgh, PA



Saturday July 9
Mercury Lounge
New York City



Saturday July 2
Barfly (Kell 'Em All Let God Sort It Out)
London, UK



Friday July 1
Barfly
Cardiff, UK



Thursday June 30
Stealth (Club NME)
Nottingham, UK



Wednesday June 29
Little Civic
Wolverhampton, UK



Tuesday June 28
The Custard Factory (Club NME)
Birmingham, UK



Monday June 27
Bierkeller (Club NME)
Manchester, UK



Saturday June 25
Underground (Club NME)
Stoke on Trent, UK



Friday June 24
Northumbria University (Bulletproof)
Newcastle, UK



Thursday June 23
Barfly
Glasgow, UK



Tuesday June 21
Barfly
Liverpool, UK



Monday June 20
Josephs Well
Leeds, UK



Sunday June 19
Music Live Festival
Middlesborough, UK



Saturday June 18
Barfly (Out With The Old)
London, UK



Friday June 17
Engine Room
Brighton, UK



Thursday June 16
Borderline (Club Fandango)
London, UK



Wednesday June 15
The Charlotte
Leicester, UK

DEBRIEFING:This was the least populous show of the tour thus far, in spite of the fact that we've been to the Charlotte before but have never played any of the other towns. Ah, well. Don't think you've won, Leicester. We'll get you yet, damn you; we'll get you yet. And when we do, we won't be graceful about it. We're going to gloat like wookies.



Tuesday June 14
The Corner House
Huddersfield, UK

DEBRIEFING: What hospitality we were shown by Hannah and The Corner House! Unlikely quantities. Plenteous food and drink; a fine, many-cushioned, odorless green room; Hannah's introduction into our lexicon of such terms as 'foodage' and 'boobage'. Ah, but these things didn't come free. Minutes after our early-afternoon arrival we were put to work creating a prize for the evening's trivia competition, which is a regular event and typically offers its winners band merchandise. For some reason Hannah decided that we should make a giant 4'x6' poster. Boy howdy was she right. We fashioned what is surely Britain's finest piece of art, and a lucky fan took it home by answering correctly the third of our three W.A.S.-related trivia questions (the first two ?s earned a tee). See how you do:
  • Who kicked whom out of their country, despite the fact that the latter believed it to be theirs? (a) America kicked England the hell out. (b) England booted America out. (c) Ireland kicked England right the hell out.
  • Who bailed out whom during World War II? (a) England bailed America out. (b) France bailed out the Bahamas. (c) America bailed England's ass out.
  • What band of motherfuckers burned down the White House during the War of 1812? (a) The English. (b) The Eskimoes. (c) Babyshambles.
If you answered even one of those correctly you did much better than the average attendee of this show. In fact, if you felt any recognition at all while reading any of the terms in any of the questions (besides 'Babyshambles'), then you have one-upped the Huddersfield crowd. Well, they may not know their history, but fine folks they were, one and all.



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Monday June 13
Fibbers
York, UK

DEBRIEFING: The most remarkable thing about this show was the venue's vegetarian chili, which is not to say the show wasn't great, just that for the rest of our lives the v.c. will never be far from our minds. We were better at this show than at Peterborough, which is right and good and as things should be -- regression is to be feared, progress embraced. Notable downside: while loading out, Keith smashed the shit out of his fingers, such that the cuticles burped out a little blood. Nothing broken, but the next couple of days will probably hurt for guitarist Keith Murray.







Sunday June 12
The Met. Lounge
Peterborough, UK

DEBRIEFING: The UK tour launches with vigor, with a swagger in its step, though not without restraint. Good kids, if daunted by unfamiliarity with the bulk of the songs. Some genuine enthusiasm balanced by some polite clapping. The flier for the event, however, was an unqualified amazement.



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Thursday June 2
Galapagos
NYC
Contemporary Press Party
-----
With Bishop Allen and Tomorrow's Friend, a coupla godamn good pods a' kids.

DEBRIEFING: Tomorrow's Friend didn't come, which was a shame, but when The Oxford Collapse showed to sub in, tear-streaked cheeks dried fast, and manic grinning cracked the salt trails that remained. Our set was just okay, but BA and OC held the event up by its lapels, kept it from slumping to the concrete and pissing itself.



Saturday May 21
The Tank
NYC
Wrecking Ball Blowout
-----
Last of the great Tank shows, featuring Bishop Allen, The Teeth, and a series of nervous looks toward the future.


Saturday March 26
Pomona College
Smith Campus Center
Claremont, CA
-----
With that Bishop Allen again, and, for once, the glorious Ram It Home.

DEBRIEFING: Another emotional show in Claremont, with the college kids demonstrating once again that if you show them greatness they will love you for it. We overcame the lack of a sound professional through the willingness of our main man and manager Adam Levin to step up to the board. Our second show with Ram It Home; though they were anything but a disappointment the first time, it must be said that they've improved substantially. Hot new songs and Rick Cinder singing falsetto backup = victory.

***



Friday March 25
Silverlake Lounge
Los Angeles, CA
8:00 PM
21+
$7
-----
With Yon Bishop Allen.

DEBRIEFING: A meat and potatoes show. We got the job done Silverlake's sound was very good. No animals were really harmed all that badly in the playing of this show.



Thursday March 24
Occidental College
Cactus Cooler
Eagle Rock, CA
-----
With some very tasty Bishop Allen.

DEBRIEFING:This show was supposed to be an evening job, but due to some administrative confusion it had to be moved to lunch, regrettably. Still, the Oxy kids were kind hosts, and we were sort of blown away by the poster/flyer that the radio station had made for the show, which features a monstrous bishop-scientist guy, monstrous as the admixture of religion of science always must be.
See the poster.



Tuesday March 22
The Independent
San Francisco, CA
-----
We return at long last to San Francisco, the first U.S. city to legalize putting animals inside other animals (given the containing animal is at least 30% larger than the animal being introduced). With Ye Olde Bishop Allen.

DEBRIEFING: Brilliant show. The people of San Francisco have once again seduced us, no doubt with the intention of forbidding us from playing their fair city for another year. Such is the cost of really living. Pain is pleasure's companion. The Independent is a wonderful venue -- top notch sound, big room, really comfortable backstage, employees trained in knowledge and kindness. Even, to our great delight, wireless internet access.
***



Monday March 21
The Viper Room
Los Angeles, CA
7:30 pm (doors; us around 9:00 maybe?)
free
-----
Presented by Indy 103 and Filter Magazine, this show will also feature The Randies, The Mighty 690s, and The Crash. But did you know that The Viper Room is where Wilford Brimley first shot his penis full of heroin and got a hooker pregnant with joy?

DEBRIEFING:A funny thing happened. The Viper Room has a curtain in front of the stage behind which the band gets ready and does a line check out of the audience's sight. Then they flood the curtain-sealed stage with fog and announce you and then open the curtain. And so all that happened, but then, maybe 15 seconds into Scene Is Dead, we hear the sound guy through our monitors -- "Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop!" he tells us. So we do. The curtain closes. Sound guy tells us through the monitor that the sound board has gone down and he needs to, er, rev it back up or something. So we sit there for 10 minutes, once again sealed behind the curtain. The audience waits on the other side of the curtain. Finally more fog is pumped, we are announced again, and the stage is re-revealed. Not the best way to kick things off. As a sort of icing-like substance on the shit-cake, we gleaned from comments after the show that the sound guy's comments to us hadn't been audible to the audience, and the general assumption was that we stopped the show for ten minutes for our own prissy reasons. Although that's the sort of rock star behavior that we should probably start getting into anyway. Oh yeah, and check out the below pic to see how they spelled our name on the marquee. Pretty fucking ridiculous, right? Everybody knows we write the "R" backwards and a little crooked and sporting apostrophe epaulettes.
***



Wednesday March 16
South by Southwest
ASCAP Showcase
Hard Rock Cafe
Austin, TX
9:00 PM
-----
Yes, the annual music festival that broke bands like Def Lepperd, Right Said Fred, and Jessica Simpson will be hosting the We Are Scientists this year, among many other great acts, no doubt. Last year some dude from The Icarus Line, while playing at the Hard Rock Cafˆ©, broke Stevie Ray Vaughan's guitar out of its display case and played it for a few seconds before he was tackled by security. This year, we're going to break Billy Idol's buffalo wings out of his aging grip and scarf as many as we possibly can before we're tackled by security.

DEBRIEFING:A wonderful show, thanks to Jen and Jeff and the rest of the ASCAP crew. We played to a capacity crowd and even prevailed on Neil Pollack at the very last second to give us an introduction. Free food was given to us by the venue, whose name is synonymous with high quality and an inventive twist on traditional American cuisine.



Tuesday March 15
Whitewater Tavern
Little Rock, AR
-----
Little Rock is famous for being the only town in America where it is illegal to buy a tobacco pipe, but it is also illegal not to own a tobacco pipe ("backy peep", as they call them, with their funny accent). (P.s.: Tuesday nights at Whitewater Tavern are supposed to be off the frickin' hook, y'all, or as they'd say in Little Rock, "Off'n flippy clack.")

DEBRIEFING: A surprise awesome show. Lissa Rudder, sister to B.A.'s Christian, traded our merch for the pocket money of nearly every patron in the bar, saving many lives by preventing the customers from spending as much money on alcohol as the determined expressions on their faces told the world they meant to.

***



Monday March 14
The Godbey
Atkins, AR
7 pm
$3
-----
Atkins, AR, must begin preparations immediately for what is likely to be the finest show a monday late-evening in Atkins has EVER SEEN. Such an evening would of course have to feature, besides us, these fine bands: Oxford Collapse, Andy Warr. And those of course are THE VERY BANDS being held in store for you Atkins -- so make w/ the preps!

DEBRIEFING: Chris and Cassie, our exceedingly generous hosts, made this a show to remember. The Godbey is this great little music club nestled smack in the middle of nowhere. There was a dog named Foodfight. There were popsicles. There was the Oxford Collapse (whose song The Boys Go Home has been blowing some minds in our van lately). Thank God for the Godbey, the wind beneath our wings!

***



Sunday March 13
The Masquerade
Atlanta, GA
9:00 PM
-----
The confirmation has finally hit the fan, but details are scarce -- check this page every twenty minutes for more info the moment we step in it. Let it suffice to say, for now, that Atlanta is the only municipality where a pit bull may apply for a driver's license once he is sixteen years of age. (Under no circumstances may the Georgia DMV grant a license.)


Friday March 11
North Star Bar
Philadelphia, PA
9 pm
$7
-----
Philadelpherites, as they prefer to be called, will get their first taste of W.A.S. in over a year -- that's what it feels like, anyway, and we have just 8% of the energy that'd be needed to get verification. Who's on the bill, Philadelpherites? A couple of your undisputed faves (and ours): The Teeth, Bishop Allen, Okay Paddy. C U there, Phil'rites!


Friday March 4
Princeton University Terrace Club
11 pm (W.A.S. at 1 am = PARTY TIIIME!)
-----
With The XYZ Affair and some friends of ours who've asked that we not mention them on this site, so we'll just call them 'Bishop Allen'. This show is students only unless you email us and give us a damn good reason to put you, an ignorant non-student, on the list.


Friday January 21
CBGB
Midnight
16+
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An uncommonly handsome bill: Bishop Allen, The Vitamen, and of course, obviously, naturally, so, SO fucking obvious: us, the We Are Scientists. What else is new, right? Nothing new under the sun and all that stuff, guys.


Saturday December 18
EP RELEASE
The Mercury Lounge
8 pm
$8
21+
-----
Our new EP, The Wolf's Hour, is released -- like some extremely sluggish non-airborn virus -- into the eastern seaboard's populace. With Bishop Allen, Saints & Lovers, The Twenty Twos, and The Break-Up.


Saturday December 4
Pitzer College
The Grove House
Claremont, CA
9:00
-----
This show has been added in the last five minutes; like, just now. Western plays in conjunction to us, and will put up a hell of a fight. Bring yourself and your dignity; only one of you will leave.


Friday December 3
Scripps College
Balch Auditorium
8:30 The Adored
9:15 Foreign Born
10:00 tWAS
Claremont, CA
-----
We're currently solidifying a supporting act or two [see above!]; they will represent the very apex of L.A. rock music. You will love us for bringing them to you, and you will probably sh!t your pants when at the end of the show you realize how much great music you've heard over the previous three hours. You'll want to go run barefooted on the grass in the dark till you fall down hard, then roll over and gaze up hungrily at the stars, then tear at the clothes of the next person to come screaming across the grass and fall onto you, then fvck wildly with that person for going on half an hour right out there on the wet grass as kids propel themselves blind through the night around you, yelling and leaping into bushes and tripping over curbs.


Wednesday December 1
EP RELEASE
The Fold
at King King
6555 Hollywood Blvd.
8:30 pm
$5
21+
-----
Our new EP, The Wolf's Hour, becomes available for the first time on the North American continent ’Äì for that matter, in all the world! With Dirty Little Secret, The High Speed Scene, Nervous Return, and Descanso. If you haven't heard Dirty Little Secret then you have no choice but to come to this show; perversely, if you have heard DLS you won't allow yourself to miss it, so your hands are tied NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE!


Wednesday November 17
at The Key Club
9039 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
8:15 pm
free
-----
A quick insertion into LA on the afternoon of the 16th and out again on the afternoon of the 18th will give us just enough time to rock the Key Club, eat a burrito lunch/dinner at Sharkey's, get a delicious meal at Dos Burritos, throw down a couple of tacos at Baja Fresh, pack in a 2+2+2 breakfast at Nick's, head back over to Sharkey's for tacos 'n' chips, attack Poquito Mas's nacho supply, hit Nick's again, raid the concession stand at the Arclight. Then one more stop at Sharkey's. Should do it.


Tuesday November 9
at Elbo's
Dayton, Ohio
-----
With Bishop Allen.


Monday November 8
The Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse
at Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio
9 pm
-----
With Bishop Allen.


Sunday November 7
at Wittenberg University
Springfield, Ohio
-----
With Bishop Allen.


Saturday November 6
at Amy Jean Schuster's house
139 N. Gill Street map
State College, PA 16801
9 pm
-----
Amy emailed us with an event suggestion: "Play Penn State; I have a house you can play in," to paraphrase. This was right around the time we were booking our shows out in Ohio. You probably see where this is going. We were all, to ourselves, "Let's call this girl's bluff -- I mean let's really do it." We did it. She wasn't bluffing. This is how dreams come true.


Saturday October 30
at the Tank
9:00 doors (10:45 W.A.S.)
free as the Iraqis!
-----
A Costume Gala Explosion (TM). Also playing is the ominous-sounding Death Mask. Doing their best to spook you will be The Immediate Medium and The World Famous Headless Woman (we have no idea into what genre or category these last two fall: Live music? Puppetry? Extemporaneous speech? Metallurgy?). Making every effort to get into your belly will be cheap, cold beer. Trying his or her very hardest to draw you into a broom closet for some inexpensive thrills will be the terrifically androgynous Person In the Madeline Albright Costume.


Saturday October 23
at Sin-e
10 pm
-----
The fine sound of Sin-ˆà mixed with the mouth-watering spectacle of t.W.A.S. mixed with the many quarts of beer you typically have in your stomach on a Saturday night equals one helluva show. With Viva Voce, Elk City, and Go to Town.


Wednesday September 22
at Lit
2nd Avenue b/n 5th and 6th St.
9 pm
$5
-----
Lit: steamy, sleazy, possessing of the Bat-Cave's acoustics. Why do we keep coming back? See string of adjectives above. With Miss Mandible and Two If By Sea.


Saturday September 11
at Royal Oak (Williamsburg)
7:00 - W.A.S.
8:00 - Hello Nurse
-----
The Great Royal Oak Residency of 2004 comes to a close as we, the band whose webpage you're on, team up with Hello Nurse.
See/know the posters.



Thursday September 2
Concert for Change (Kerry benefit)
at The 1223 Club
1223 Connecticut Ave., Washington DC map
18+
$12 advance purchase / $15 at door
with OKGO and Two If By Sea
-----
An exciting and fairly last-minute addition to our week, this show will undoubtely prove a nice way to spend the evening of Bush's nomination acceptance "speech". The money goes to Kerry's election effort, and the other two bands are fantastic, so don't be shy about bringing your whole family and your neighbors and their extended families. On the sad side, this means that...


Thursday August 26
at Royal Oak (Williamsburg)
-----
The first of three shows that together make up The Great Royal Oak Residency of 2004. This one with Passacaglia (formerly The Desperation).
See/know the posters.


Saturday, August 21

at Sunset Junction (L.A.)
on the Vice stage, which is (naturally) in front of the Vice store at 3938 Sunset Blvd. (Sunset & Sanborn, in Silverlake).
7:30 pm
free
-----
This street fair kinda thing is apparently a big to-do in Los Angeles, as demonstrated by the fact that they actually go ahead and shut down a major thoroughfare, which, for Angeleans, is just about the ultimate sacrifice. We pretty much assume that if you live in LA, you'll be here anyway, and so you ought to be apprised of our recent addition to the scene, lest you watch IMA Robot on the Bates Stage at 7:00 and then find out later that you missed us and so are driven to kill yourself (nothing against IMA Robot, of course. They are a fine and gentlemanly band, we'll bet. It's just that missing us is a goddamned crime. We're pretty sure that when the IMA Robot guys found out we'd be going on during their set, they became way bummed about missing the WAS, too). Other bands include The Donnas, Ben Kweller, IMA Robot, Har Mar Superstar, The Unicorns.



Wednesday August 18
at Star Shoes (L.A.)
6364 Hollywood Blvd. (btwn Cahuenga and Ivar)
Los Angeles, CA 90028
9 pm
free
-----
We surreptitiously snuck onto this show thanks to the generosity and general wisdom of Stephen Hauptfeur, curator of the trend-setting Wednesday-night Radio party guy thing. The show is free, but the website says that you need an invite (provided on the site) to get in. Do the work. The payoff is always huge with the We Are Scientists.


Monday August 16
at Spaceland (Silverlake)
9:30 pm
free
-----
We open for the magnificent Dirty Little Secret.


Saturday August 14
at Trash Bar
9:30 pm
-----
The closest alchemists have come to a philosopher's stone is to put W.A.S. in the room with Bishop Allen and Tomorrow's Friend, as the folks over at Trash Bar have wisely chosen to do here. UPDATE: Open bar from 9-10; if you don't drink, now's the time to start! Don't you get it?! An "open bar" is where they have free drinks, for chrissakes!
See the invite.


Friday July 23
fundraiser
at the Tank
10pm
$5
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With this show, the entry charge, every last nickel, will be going to a pro-Democrat organization whose mission is to shoo that big old monkey outta the white house in November. Not that you'll have to listen to any sermons or fill out any freakin questionnaires or anything: this is a party; nothing to do but be entertained by huge acts like the W.A.S. and drink huge amounts of things like beer. We'll post more details as we get them. (It's worth noting that the preternatural lighting/sound team who made our June 5 show at the Tank look like a stop on U2's Pop Mart tour -- Drs. Jake Schwarz & Alex Timbers -- will be on the sliders at this show as well.) UPDATE: Justin from the Tank sez, "Proceeds will go to NYC Swingers, a group that helps New Yorkers impact swing states in this year's election. It's a good fit, because this group can do a lot with small donations (pay for bus trips to Ohio, cover costs of calling voters in Florida, etc)."
See the invite.


Friday July 9
Rock and Rollerskate
at Office Ops
9 pm
$5
-----
We're just going to calmly describe what happens at Rock and Rollerskate; we'll leave it to you to decide whether it's something you can consider missing: bands play in the center of a room in a cage around which you and your short-shorts wearing friends rollerskate. There are hallways and other rooms, one with a dj, one with video games, where you can also skate; there's a counter with beer and candy and sody-pops. Are you getting this? ARE YOU F&*%ING GETTING THIS??!! THECANDYANDTHEBEERANDTHEROLLERSKATESWITHTHESHORTSHORTS ANDTHEDEEJAYANDTHENVIDEOGAMES?!?!??!! And the shortshorts, for chrissakes? It's a total be there or be square kind of a thing. UPDATE: We'll be playing the show with These Bones (9pm) and The Hong Kong (11pm). Also, they have skates you can use for free, but they run out early, so either bring your own or get there in time to stake out some wheels.
See the invite.


Saturday June 5
at the Tank
9:30 pm
$1
-----
A celebration of the one-year anniversary of the Tank, that venue which has over the last 12 months situated itself so close to our hearts by offering a fine space, cheap beer, and comely proprietors. For this party, they've pulled out all the stops, inviting W.A.S. and Bishop Allen to play, a D.J. who specializes in video game sounds to spin, a comedian and magician to trample your mind, a bunch of pie to be eaten, an ass-load of beer to be served for $3/bottle, and of course you to show up with your fellows and wallow in it all like a dancing pig in phosphorescent shit.
See the invite.


Thursday, May 20
at Sin-e
10 pm
$8
-----
with Rinse and For Real For Real
See the invite.


Friday, May 7
Lit
w/ Tomorrow's Friend, the Desperation


Friday, April 23; Thursday, April 29; Friday, April 30
the Tank
w/ Tomorrow's Friend, the Fabulous Entourage, Jeffrey D, Les Freres Corbusier


Saturday, April 17
Knitting Factory
in the Old Office
w/ Michael & Albert & Hagen & Luke


Friday, April 2
Pontiac Grill
Philadelphia
w/ Bishop Allen


Friday, March 12
Lit
w/ Bishop Allen, Confidence Men


Saturday, February 28
Knitting Factory
in the Old Office


Friday, February 20
The Smith Campus Center
at Pomona College
with Bishop Allen and On the Speakers


Thursday, February 19
Old Ironsides.
Sacramento, CA
with Bishop Allen


Wednesday, February 18
the Zephyr,
Reno, NV
W/ Bishop Allen


Tuesday, February 17
CalTech
Pasadena, CA
w/ Bishop Allen


Monday, February 16
Silverlake Lounge
Silverlake, CA
W/ Kittens for Christian


Sunday, February 15
Chain Reaction


Thursday, February 5
Sin-e


Saturday, January 17
The Tank
w/ Bishop Allen, Motel Beds


Saturday, Nov. 1 2003
Grooveline, Pomona College
Claremont, CA
W/ On the Speakers


Halloween - Friday, October 31 2003
Alemeda High School's key Club benefit for UNICEF
Alameda High School
Alameda, CA


Tuesday, October 28 2003
Occidental College
Pasadena, CA


Monday, October 27 2003
Chain Reaction


Saturday, October 25 2003
CalTech
Pasadena, CA


Saturday, October 25 2003
Spaceland
Silverlake, CA
with: The Incredible Moses Leroy, Telecast


Friday, October 24 2003
Groove at the Grove
The Grove House, Pitzer College


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th 2003
A Toast to Willie 'Cobra' Halfmeat
@ The Tank
W/ the Occasion, the Desperation, Eugene Mirman, Bobby Tisdale


Wednesday, August 6 2003
The Middle East
Cambridge, MA
with Scamper, Fooled By April, and Runner and the Thermodynamics


Friday, June 27th 2003
A TOAST TO ARTHUR TITSENBALLS
at The Tank
W/ Bishop Allen, the Arrangement, Eugene Mirman, Becky Yamamoto, TimAndEric.com


Tuesday, May 13 2003
at Luna Lounge


Saturday, April 19 2003
Sunset Tavern
Seattle, WA


Friday, April 18 2003
Someone's House
Portland, OR
w/ Psychological Thrillers and John Weatherproof


Thursday, April 17 2003
Bottom of the Hill
San Francisco, CA
With: The Effection (ex-Dancehall Crashers, Simple Things) and Ebb & Flow


Wednesday, April 16 2003
Occidental College


Tuesday, April 15 2003
Silverlake Lounge
Silverlake, CA


Tuesday, April 15 2003
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA


Monday, April 14 2003
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA


Sunday, April 13 2003
The Muddhole, Harvey Mudd College
Claremont, CA
with: the Panics


Saturday, April 12 2003
The Grove House, Pitzer College
Claremont, CA
with: Stare Down Orion


Friday, April 11 2003
The Door
Dallas, TX
with:The Broadcast, Space Man Spiff, A Foot Ahead, Apollos Playground


Wednesday, March 12 2003
Luna Lounge


Saturday, February 22 2003
38nine
Long Island City, NY
W/ the Giraffes, Hula, Fur Cups For Teeth


Sunday, February 16 2003
Tobacco Road
W/ Hurry Up Offense


December 31st, 2002
Luna Lounge


Tuesday, October 15th 2002
Luna Lounge


Sunday, October 13th 2002
The Motley, at Scripps College
Claremont, CA
W/ Stare Down Orion, BARR


Saturday, October 12th 2002
The Grove House, Pitzer College
Claremont, CA
W/ BARR


Sunday, September 22 2002
Tobacco Road
w/ the Fit, Hurry Up Offense, and the Nighties


Sunday, August 18 2002
at Luxx


Wednesday, July 24 2002
At Luxx


Sunday, July 14 2002
at Brownies


Saturday, June 29 2002
at The Lounge at CBGB
W/ Hurry Up Offense


Sunday, June 9 2002
at Brownies


Saturday, April 27 2002
Walker Beach, at Pomona College
w/ Rilo Kiley


Wednesday, April 24th 2002
Brownies
with The Black Socks, Sign Offs, and Richmond Sluts


Sunday, April 14th 2002
at the Motley (Scripps College)
with Speechwriters LLC and BARR


Friday, April 5th 2002
Stinger
w/ National Command Authority


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