Monday, May 20, 2013

Thursday, April 25, 2013

SLOWDOWN WITH THE MEN THIS SATURDAY 4/27, HEARNEBRASKA INTERVIEW WITH ETHAN

Baby Tears plays the Slowdown with The Men this Saturday.  9pm, tickets are $10 in advance, $13 at the door.

Read Ethan's HearNebaraksa interview about writing songs and home recording:
http://www.hearnebraska.org/content/stygian-witches-baby-tears-music-exam

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

RUSTY YEARS LP REVIEWED IN TERMINAL BOREDOM

Baby Tears “Rusty Years” LP


Mushed mouth scum covered rock outta Omaha, Nebraska. Crunchy as peanuts in a turd and just as tasty too. Hyperblown and somewhat textured in mulched metal overtones. A plodding noise(ier) rock variation of FNU Ronnies, mayhaps? A nasty thought, close cousin to Meat Mist? Maybe if the Meats brought in keyboards, chucked the MITB influence and trolled the Live Fast Die vibes a bit more. Bashed and bruised tunage I can get behind. Looks, feels and sounds like a Rotted Tooth Record. Better than another Frances Harold record or Mayyors clone. Moodier and willing to groove, unlike most of these types of acts. Pick one up. (Ex)Fag Cop sez so. There’s hardly any to go around. 200 pressed in screen printed jackets. (RSF)

http://terminal-boredom.com/reviews/201303/

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

TWO UPCOMING SHOWS 4/20 AND 4/27

Saturday 4/20 at The Waiting Room w/ Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship, Back When, And UUVVWWZ
http://www.facebook.com/#!/events/419640848115187/?fref=ts

Saturday 4/27 at Slowdown w/ The Men and Gordon
http://www.facebook.com/#!/events/319356961515017/?fref=ts

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Mini-Tour Photos

Flier for Minneapolis show.
Squirrel eaten pumpkin. Minneapolis, MN.
Hot Dog chips. Somewhere in Illinois. And NO, they were not good.
Weakwick. Burlington Bar. Chicago, IL.
Jeff
Todd

Next Show is Sunday 1/27 at The Waiting Room

All Ages $3 admission
Back When
New Lungs
Baby Tears

Thursday, December 6, 2012

THE READER TOP 20

"...Chances are, Baby Tears hates you and well, that's why we like them. The trio creates heavy, black-cast noise rock, taught by professors from the school of Big Black and Birthday Party. The band's Rusty Years LP is an angry, noisy and at times, angular blast of uncompromised fury. The four-track recordings careen through a sea of static as it presents a pre-industrial sounding mash of post-punk and garage noise. It's such a stark move for both Jones and vonStup that its rendered their past band histories (The Shanks, Ladyfinger) irrelevant as points of sonic reference..." READ MORE HERE

Friday, November 23, 2012

RAZORCAKE REVIEW

BABY TEARS: Rusty Years: LP Three songs into this, something sounded off. Suddenly I realized that I just may have been listening to this at the wrong speed. D’oh! At 45 RPM, this record was highly intriguing and came across like a mash-up of the Lost Sounds and Xbxrx. At 33 RPM, which I’m assuming is the intended speed, this sounds more like Francis Harold And The Holograms style noise-punk and, sometimes, like an even more unconventional Birthday Party. The lo-fi recording and the silk screened album cover convince me that this is indeed a DIY product and not just some hipster douche’s self wank fest. It’s an interesting listen, for sure. I just wish it was meant to be played at 45. –Juan Espinosa (Rainy Road, Doom Town)