standing in front of people doing things loudly

we are either lazy about playing or lazy about posting. not sure which.

infos

management:
jamesmurphy@monotoneinc.com

band humans:
james murphy, pat mahoney, tyler pope, nancy whang, matthew thornley, al doyle, gavin r. russom, david scott stone, phil mossman, j.d. mark, & phil skarich.

booking in the north america:
marc geiger william morris agency MGeiger@wmeentertainment.com
samantha kirby yoh SKirby@wmeentertainment.com

booking ex-n.a.:
david levy william morris agency dlevy@wmeentertainment.com

US PRESS CONTACT: STEVE MARTIN
phone: 212 343 0740 fax: 212 343 0630
steve@nastylittleman.com
address: 110 greene st. suite 605
new york, NY 10012

UK PRESS CONTACT: JAMES HOPKINS
(+ 44) 7715612753
lcdhopkins@googlemail.com

tickets for terminal 5 shows go on sale tuesday 22 feb @ 9am

basic bullet points to know:

–monday and tuesday, march 28 & 29 will feature liquid liquid.

–wednesday and thursday, march 30 & 31, will feature shit robot live.

–tickets for ALL FOUR terminal 5 shows (march 28/29/30/31) will go onsale via ticketmaster at 9.00am on tuesday 22nd.

–there is a two ticket per person limit.

–the cost of a ticket is $40.00. ticketmaster charges will be $6.90 plus $2.05 per order handling fee. (that’s the best we could get, apparently)

–(as an attempt to avoid the “secondary market”) there will be no hard tickets. the only way to get in to terminal 5 on the nights of the shows will be to show i.d. at will call and then immediately enter the venue.

–we’re told that ticketmaster will also sweep the online purchases daily and delete any duplications from potential scalper bots. (please come to the venue early on show nights – the line for entry may be long). if the tickets for the shows don’t sell out very quickly, we’ll stop the duplicate ticket thing and allow people to buy tickets for multiple nights. (just want to make sure all who want to go get a ticket before “multiples”, if that makes

read more … tickets for terminal 5 shows go on sale tuesday 22 feb @ 9am

the colbert report!!! we’re playing the colbert report monday the 14th.

just that. look out, colbert nation.

fuck you, scalpers. terminal 5 shows added.

holy shit
this here is just to say that we were more than taken aback and surprised about the speed of ticket sales for the april 2nd msg gig, as well as the effectiveness of scalper pieces of fucking shit at getting their hands on said tickets before fans could, and it’s knocked us on our asses.
no—we didn’t have a smart paperless ticketing system in place, and no—we didn’t have the pre-sale worked out very well, but this is simply because we’ve never sold anything out so quickly in our lives, and certainly never sold out anything as big as msg. i personally thought i was being bold in suggesting to our manager that we might sell it out “in 10 days”. that was my bold claim. everyone laughed at me. it’s us and liquid liquid. that’s it. we had meetings and meetings about the “other band” we needed to “fill the place”, as we were definitely considered to be nowhere near big enough (most of these bands were, like, way bigger than us, by the way).
we didn’t sell out hollywood bowl, and that was with both hot chip and sleigh bells. there was, i repeat, no expectation of our selling

read more … fuck you, scalpers. terminal 5 shows added.

fuck you, scalpers. terminal 5 shows added.

holy shit
this here is just to say that we were more than taken aback and surprised about the speed of ticket sales for the april 2nd MSG gig, as well as the effectiveness of scalper pieces of fucking shit at getting their hands on said tickets before fans could, and it’s knocked us on our asses.
no—we didn’t have a smart paperless ticketing system in place, and no—we didn’t have the pre-sale worked out very well, but this is simply because we’ve never sold anything out so quickly in our LIVES, and certainly never sold out anything as big as MSG. i personally thought i was being bold in suggesting to our manager that we might sell it out “in 10 days”. that was my bold claim. everyone laughed at me. it’s us and liquid liquid. that’s it. we had MEETINGS and MEETINGS about the “other band” we needed to “fill the place”, as we were definitely considered to be nowhere near big enough (most of these bands were, like, way bigger than us, by the way).
we didn’t sell out hollywood bowl, and that was with both hot chip and sleigh bells. there was,

read more … fuck you, scalpers. terminal 5 shows added.