New York institution Sacred Bones Records celebrated their five year anniversary last year at Joshua Tree, the very eve the Mayans planned the apocalypse. Industrial art-pop maven Zola Jesus headlined the festivities (check her out in the trailer for the latest Romeo & Juliet film with) the label's first signee, the Hunt, opening. The proto–Cult of Youth band will release The Hunt Begins, tracks recorded in 2009 as Sacred Bones 100th release this week, and the celebration will take place at the weekly goth party Nothing Changes at Home Sweet Home in the Lower East Side, with label founder Caleb Bratten and Pieter Schoolwerth of Wierd Records in the DJ booth. Vampric attire not required, but highly recommended.
Wed., Nov. 20, 10 p.m., 2013
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