Our new EP Color Me comes on cassette with a digital download code and crayons so you can customize the cover if you please. There’s two new songs on there along with a couple cover tunes ( Devo and Neil Young. ) Get one here –> http://www.exitstencil.org/store/music/ColorMe.php
Mystery of Two is playing at the Beachland Tavern with The Dreadful Yawns, Prisoners and Dj’s Brandon and Molly ( from Exit Stencil ) The Yawns will be playing the album Rest with the line up from that era . . .Ben, Dave, Mike, Charlie, plus Liz. It’s a later show starting at 10pm with [...]
With Harlem and Wooly Bullies
M2 is heading to NYC for Record Store Day April 17th for a full day of performances at Permanent Records in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Feb 13 th w/ Buried Wires
Feb 20 th w/ Freedom
Feb 27 th w/ Founding Fathers
Dj’s @ 9 – Bands 10 ish
Cleveland congratulations are in order for Mystery of Two. You can hear this city’s collective grunt of working for everything you have channeled in all the instruments. The guitar is subtly phenomenal, combining light reverberation at a schizophrenic pace with drop down 1992 distortion. The banged out pop of Nick Riley’s drums manages to bottom out when it wants (He is, in this writer’s humble opine, one of the best drummers to witness live – his face sweats genuine happiness when he swings his drum club).
Mystery of Two is playing at Arts Collinwood every Saturday in February so be sure to catch them live sometime for some musical warmth during these cold winter months.
I’ve been in New York for three and a half years, and Greenpoint for the past year and a half. When I moved to the city I never thought that I would have such a devotion to one record shop….I have always been a record buyer/ collector, and even worked at a record store (which I still consider one of the best). I was familiar with the other stores in the city, but had not been to Permanent Records until I moved to Greenpoint.
like some mutant spawn of early GBV or Mission of Burma being quickly overrun by the Minutemen, Dinosaur Jr., and about 20 Dischord bands of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s.
Mystery of Two is one experimental rock band worth listening to. This album doesn’t disappoint on any of its tracks. The only downfall is that there aren’t more tracks of this.