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RELEASE DAY // Oneida’s ‘A List Of The Burning Mountains’ Out Now, Watch Full-Album Films at Noisey

Dear friends, wait no more! Oneida’s A List Of The Burning Mountains is officially here. Recorded at Ocropolis, the new studio album features two long-form pieces, “A List of the Burning Mountains 1″ and “A List of the Burning Mountains 2.” VICE’s Noisey just premiered two films created as visual accompainment for the album; watch both above! Videos feature work by SR Palm, robotdeathcult, Matt Marlin, Brock Monroe, Mike Bonello, Barry London, Tony Balko, Andrew Deutsch & Maya Hayuk, and Christy Edwards.

A List Of The Burning Mountains is available at SC Distribution and iTunes!

Oneida celebrates their 15th anniversary with a show on December 1 at Secret Project Robot! Black Dice will also perform.

The Ocropolis is Dead. Long Live the Ocropolis!

Today the Village Voice reports that Monster Island the long standing Brooklyn artist space which houses both Secret Project Robot and Oneida’s recording studio The Ocropolis will close at the end of September. Before then there are still plenty of events scheduled including the annual Monster Island Block Party, taking place this Saturday. Since 2004, Monster Island has been a home to the reemergent Brooklyn scene housing tons of music events including early Todd P shows. Dozens of bands have recorded at the Ocropolis, and tons of artists have either shown their work in the gallery space or used the studio space to launch their creations. The good news is both the Ocropolis and Secret Project Robot will be moving to a yet to be disclosed new space in Bushwick.

Oneida Presents The Ocropolis At Godspeed You! Black Emperor ATP

oneidamikewattchriscorsanoHanoi Jane, Showtime, Chris Corsano, Mike Watt, Kid Millions (obscured), Bobby Matador, Barry ‘Snaps’ London

At 9.30am on Saturday December 4, the five members of Oneida, their Secret Project Robot visuals crew, stage manager Kyle Hepp and Jagjaguwar’s UK publicist/merch monkey entered the Crazy Horse venue at Butlins Holiday Centre in Minehead to set up the second Oneida Presents The Ocropolis at All Tomorrow’s Parties.

The first took place in September 2009 at the New York ATP curated by The Flaming Lips; this time the O’s gracious hosts were Godspeed You! Black Emperor. For a full explanation, please see the festival’s official billing and programme notes. In shorthand: that’s a continuous 10 hour jam, folks! Aided by assorted musical guests, SPR’s killer light show and gear borrowed off Portishead (thank you Mr Barrow and the staff of ATP).

The following ‘tweetline’ (all timings approximate) describes the action, compiled from various twitter updates.  All that and video of the performance after the jump!

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How Can You Really by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

How Can You Really by Foxygen

Our Love by Sharon Van Etten

Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten

Angel Olsen
Boise, ID - Neurolux

Foxygen
Seattle, WA - Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room  w/ Woods, Steve Gunn

Oneida
Detroit, MI - Trinosophes

Volcano Choir
Montreal, QC - Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre

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