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WATCH // Kids Millions Plays with Yo La Tengo on Jimmy Fallon

Did you watch Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday? If you didn’t, you should have! Kid Millions (Oneida) joined Yo La Tengo to play “Ohm.” He was one of THREE drummers, the other two were YLT’s Georgia Hubley (of course) and Fred Armisen. Watch above.

And if that isn’t enough – Questlove, Kids Millions, Georgia Hubley and Fred Armisen had a drum-off/jam session following the performance. We’re not kidding. Enjoy the madness HERE.

OUT TODAY DIGITALLY: Koozies, Woodies and Beer — An Ocropolis Japan Benefit Project on Brah Records

Out today digitally, we’re proud to announce Koozies, Woodies and Beer — An Ocropolis Japan Benefit from Brah Records. Purchase it now HERE!

Coming out of an idea hatched during a birthday brunch for Kid Millions (Oneida, Brah Records), the compilation features 19 songs from a group of amazing artists, including but not limited to Akron/Family, Liturgy and Zombi. All the bands generously agreed to donate proceeds from the compilation to two Japanese charities (Ashinaga and JOICFP), picked by Shinji Masuko from DMBQ and Boredoms.

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Oneida’s Kid Millions Guest Blogging for Magnet Magazine This Week

All this week Oneida’s Kid Millions will be the guest blogger for Magnet Magazine. You can catch the week’s opening Q&A with Kid talking about Oneida’s new album Absolute II and the entire Thank Your Parents album triptych, Brah Records, All Tomorrow’s Parties, the Brooklyn scene and Kid’s solo projects right HERE.  Tune in each day this week to catch Kid’s rants, raves, and recommendations HERE.

The New York Times Features Kid Millions of Oneida

courtesy of The New York Times (by Joshua Bright)

“The Man Forever album may be a solo endeavor, but it is also an expression of a musician who has become deeply enmeshed in the underground rock world of New York and beyond. In the late 1990s he booked the Knitting Factory in Manhattan, and by playing in more bands than even he can easily keep track of — as well as working at Oneida’s recording studio and operating its record label, Brah — Kid Millions has become a ubiquitous force in a constantly changing scene.”

To celebrate the new St. Ives LP, Man Forever, The New York Times’s Ben Sisario wrote a great profile on Kid Millions.  Recognize!!!

You can purchase the Man Forever LP w/digital download code from SC Distribution or itunes.

Oneida’s Kid Millions Remembers Jay Reatard

Kid Millions of ONEIDA shared this eulogy to Jay Reatard this morning on www.enemyhogs.com.

An Eulogy to Jay Reatard

I walked away from my first meeting with Jay Reatard unsettled. It was early 2000 in Memphis – Oneida was playing a one-off festival for reasons I’ll let Bobby tell his grandchildren someday. But the point being – my good friend John Garland introduced me to Jay as the leader of the Reatards. They were about to go to Europe – I think for the first time but that’s not really an important detail. Anyway – I was standing outside this downtown Memphis show space, chatting with a young guy with an enormous personality, a visible chip on his shoulder while feeling his subtle emanations of ungovernable menace. From the first – Jay presented the not unusual combination of insecurity and confidence.

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