IEB plays Awaken Cafe 3.9.13

Voyaj with Inner Ear Brigade + Stranger than Fact – $5
March 9 at 8:00pm in PST
Awaken Cafe in Oakland, California

IEB plays the 355 bar Sunday 2.10.13

Hey Folks – we’re playing a set in downtown Oakland at Bar 355 tomorrow (Sunday Feb 10th). IT’S FREE! Show starts at 9pm.

IEB plays The Starry Plough 11.13.12

Next Now.13: Inner Ear Brigade + Tri-cornered Tent Show + Cartoon Justice
January 4 at 8:00pm in PST
The Starry Plough in Berkeley, California

IEB plays the Rock Loft in SF 12.11.12

duckyousucker (RECORD RELEASE) / sesshin(s) / Inner Ear Brigade / TBA
December 11, 2012 at 9:00pm in PST
The Rock Loft in San Francisco, California

Inner Ear Brigade – Sept 2012 shows

IEB @ Hemlock Tavern, Weds Sept 5 w/ Toy Boat Toy Boat Toy Boat (Portland) and Froads
IEB @ Viracocha, Thursday, Sept 20 w/ Atomic Roger – Michael Abraham – guitar, Eric Garland -Drums, and George Ban-Weiss bass.
IEB @ Hemlock Tavern, Sunday Sept 30, 8pm


Tracy Hui , Guitar
Nick Obando, Alto Saxophone
Marshall Trammell , Drums

Marco Eneidi SHATTERED (9:30pm)
Marco Eneidi, alto saxophone
Lisa Mezzacappa, acoustic bass
Vijay Anderson, drums

Bill Wolter – Guitar
Chris Lauf – Drums
Stevo Wright – Bass
Andrew Vernon – Keyboards
Ivor Holloway – Saxophone
Melody Ferris – Vocals
David Shaff – Trumpet

$7 cover

IEB plays The Foundary Festival 7.27.12

7pm to 2am
The Foundry, 811 Carleton Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
In collaboration with the good people behind the Foundry Nights, Hairy Music is pleased to announce this summer festival of sorts. Featuring two live music stages and a bevy of artistic creations, this evening will deliver a multitude of sense tickling experiences. This is a 21+ show. $10 at the door. Doors open at 7pm, Music starts at 8pm.

Live music by:
Inner Ear Brigade
Song Preservation Society
MOONTIT (Album Release)
Red Steppes
Blake Williams
Andrea Blunt
Chelsea Coleman
Scotty Maxx

Artworks by:
Nika Aila States
Travis Jackson
Ariel Wang
Krystal Nzoiwu
Julie Marie

Lighting Design by:

Visuals by:
Luke Judd

Learn more about the Foundry here:

IEB plays El Valenciano 7.12.12

Thanks right folks we are ready to rock it again, just back from 3 gigs in New York. Polishing up new material before we hit the studio.

Evening Fusing Psychedelic Jazz Rock Prog-Rock

El Valenciano is a great club on Valencia street between 22nd and 23rd, a few blocks from 24th street BART

Set order:

MARK CLIFFORD – solo Vibraphone set … brilliant work…show up early, don’t miss it …

FERAL LUGGAGE (Cartoon Justice’s psychedelic-rock alter ego) with guest cellist Crystal Pascucci…psych, rock, noise, avnt-fusion, hey!, a couple of jazz progressions got in there too, oh, well, it works…(29th Century take on the blues and post-modern avant-fusion))

INNER EAR BRIGADE – SF Prog Rock meets Jazz, a 21st century take on the British and American Prog and Kraut Rock of the 60s/70s)

$7 Door for some singularly great live music…

IEB plays New York

Thursday June 28, @Legion, Brooklyn NY 9pm
w/ David Scanlon, Shayna Dulberger Quartet, and special guests

Friday June 29, @ Goodbye Blue Monday, Brooklyn NY 10 pm
w/ Dominique Leone

Saturday June 30, Spectrum, 7:30 pm
121 Ludlow, Second Floor, Manhattan NY

IEB Rainbro album review

Progulator Review

“The album is extremely upbeat and grooves really nicely. It’s complex, but doesn’t have to go into virtuoso territory to do so. Despite complex chord progressions, dense arrangements, and varied instrumentation, Inner Ear Brigade never intends to lose the listener. The songs are very easy to follow along, but they still have lots of depth. In the end, Rainbro presents music that is fun, happy, accessible, and proggy. Whether it’s gorgeous vocals, Moog synths, vibes, or Hammond B3, it’s all there for your pleasure. Pick this one up for sure, and if you’re in the Bay Area, make it to the show.”

IEB Rainbro – album review in German!

Translation: “Rainbro” is a thoroughly enjoyable, highly diversified and perfectly produced album with a very unique, retro-inspired U.S. Avantprog with Canterbury impact, to the lovers of something more oblique sounds, especially the above-mentioned U.S. RIO groups should not be missed!”