Procrastination Records presents Joy On Fire // Church Grim // Future Country
Featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered last year, and scheduled for a Tiny Desk Concert in 2021, JOY ON FIRE is a sax/bass/drum/vocal rock-jazz quartet that formed in Baltimore and is now based in New Jersey. Their video for “Uh Huh”—a song featured on their 2020 EP vinyl release, Thunderdome, as well as being the opening track on their forthcoming LP, States of America—is an official selection at the Prisma Film Festival in Italy, the LA Rocks Film Festival, and the London Rocks Film Festival. Videos have also been produced for the tracks “Selfies,” “Thunderdome,” and “Hymn part 1”—the song featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered.
Previous album releases include: The Complete Book of Bonsai; Fire with Fire; Hymn; and the aforementioned Thunderdome—with States of America due for completion in early 2021. The band has toured the eastern seaboard in support of these releases, from Vermont to New Orleans, and played repeat engagements at venues and festivals such as The Burlington Jazz Fest, The Middle East Café in Boston, Baltimore’s Metro Gallery, and The Asheville Music Hall. Additional releases, Red Wave and Another Adventure in Red, are in the works, and production on two additional videos from the States LP—“Happy Holidays” and “Anger and Decency”—is set to begin in 2021.
Three piece lo-fi garage band from the eastern shore of MD. Featuring members of Penny Pistolero and The John Hardy Boys.
Future Country is Joe Martin's solo endeavor melding electronic drums, loops and spacey guitars and synths. He is currently a member of 3rd Grade Friends, and the Minus Drag. Past bands, The French Mistake and The American.
Date & Time
Sat, Oct 16, 2021 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM