The Beatles played on a roof.  Now we’re doing it!

Kick off the summer season by joining us on our ocean-facing rooftop Baronet for drinks, a sunset backdrop, and music featuring Karmic Juggernaut and Psychotic Submarines.

Tickets: $12 in advance // $18 at the door
Doors 7 PM // Show 8 PM

Tickets available at Eventbrite

“Dreams” Nominated For Independent Music Award!

We are pleased to announce that The Dreams That Stuff Are Made Of has been nominated for top album of the year at the The Independent Music Awards in the Funk/Fusion/Jam category! The Independent Music Awards will be taking place at Lincoln Center in NYC and will be judged by such iconic figures in the industry as Tom Waits, Robert Smith of The Cure, Todd Rundgren, Paquito D’Rivera, Asbury Park’s own Nicole Atkins, Gloria Gaynor, and many more. Thanks for the continued support for weird independent music!

Soften The Glare – Brighton Bar 4/13/19

We’re joining our buddies in Soften The Glare featuring Ryan Martinie of Mudvayne, Bon Lozaga of Gong, and drummer extraordinaire Mitch Hu at The Brighton Bar in Long Branch, NJ this Saturday April 13th!  Also featured on the bill are Dave Simmons/STC, Shiwan Khan, The Inversion Circus, and Circle of Grief for a night of hot and steamy prog action.  Tickets are available here at Ticketweb!

Coming to Rockwood 2!

Coming soon! We’re headed back to the Empire City at Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 2) on Friday, April 5th for a midnight showing. Yes, technically that’s April 6th but don’t be that jerk. We get it. We’re bringing some new stuff for your earholes…

“Krokodil” Live at Electric Halloween 2018

Enjoy this six-camera shoot of “Krokodil” live at the Electric Halloween Festival last month. Very special thanks to Jefferson Ogata, Karl McWherter, and Kalton McWherter for shooting it, and Jefferson for his heroically-dedicated editing!

Disclaimer: Don’t look directly into the metal Taurus skull’s eyes. Randy and Daimon did during Cody’s bass solo, and you’ll see how that turned out…

CREDITS: Video edited by Jefferson Ogata | Audio mixed by James McCaffrey | Sound engineered by Badger Manser | Lighting by DFX Sound Vision | Cameras operated by Jefferson Ogata, Karl McWherter, Kalton McWherter

Recorded at Electric Halloween Festival in Millville, New Jersey, 2018-10-20

Trick or Treat MF

Happy Hallowdays!  We recorded a catchy little ditty this week to show our holiday spirit.  It uses naughty words (just like Satan would), so make sure to hide your wee ones. And if you don’t have wee ones, crank it up!

Electric Halloween 2018

Announcing we’ll be performing at Grandaire Booking‘s Electric Halloween Festival in Millville, NJ with an insanely diverse lineup including Fit For An Autopsy, Strawberry Girls, The Mantras, Gnarbot, and a ton of other spooky acts. Tickets are on sale now and going fast!

Find out more at the festival’s website: Electric Halloween Festival 2018 (Oct 19 & 20)

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Karmic Juggernaut at ProgDay!

We’re headed down south for ProgDay 2018 on Saturday, September 1st!  The world’s longest running progressive rock festival in its 24th year, this year’s event will take place at Storybook Farm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  The 2018 lineup includes Alec K. Redfearn & The Eyesores, Fernando Perdomo & The Out To Sea Band, Pixie Ninja, Soften The Glare, and Ovrfwrd.

For more information, check out the ProgDay website.

Consider The Source @ Wonder Bar

We’re back on our home turf of Asbury Park, NJ for Thursday, August 9th at the Wonder Bar with old pals Consider the Source along with The Mushroom Cloud!  This is acting as an official Down To Earth Music Festival pre-party, and we’ll be there to consider the karmic repercussions of a nuclear holocaust through aural interpretations.  Maybe you, too, can come lend an ear.

Showtime is 8PM / Tickets $13 in advance.  Check out the Wonder Bar website for more information.

“The Dreams That Stuff Are Made Of” LP Released!

Asbury Park-based psychedelic/progressive rock outfit Karmic Juggernaut has just released their new full-length album, The Dreams That Stuff Are Made Of, a collection of thirteen unique tunes written by the group. Recorded and mixed at The Hangar at the New Jersey Shore, the new album is a departure from the band’s earlier work, featuring new frontman Daimon Santa Maria, keyboardist Jake Hughes, a robust horn section (Joe Gullace & Ian Gray), mallet work by percussionist AJ Merlino, theremin by bassist Cody McCorry, and an array of other instruments. The result is an vintage-inspired album with a postmodern view of psychedelia. This new record draws from an eclectic variety of genres and musical tastes, and touches on topics such as today’s political climate, B-movies, mental illness, and features satirical approaches of contemporary living.

The Dreams That Stuff Are Made Of is available on iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp, Amazon Music, and Google Play.

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