Jan. 29 [14:00 EST] -- Users can see what all the fuss is about when the much-ballyhooed Apples In Stereo and Poole send out a live cybercast of Wednesday night's New York City show.
The show is part of SonicNet's "Live From Brownies" series, which features broadcasts from the East Village venue. The festivities get underway at 9:30 p.m. Eastern, and will be carried in RealAudio.
The Apples In Stereo earned heaps of praise for their debut album, 1995's "Fun Trick Noisemaker," with folk/funk guru Beck naming the spinART Records release one of the best albums of the year. The group went on to further acclaim with their 1996 follow up "Science Fair," also from spinART.
In its brief and storied career, the band has toured with Beck, Pavement, The Flaming Lips, and Babe The Blue Ox. Apples frontman Robert Schneider has also recorded a solo project which will hit stores on Tuesday, February 4.
spinART labelmates Poole have also attracted attention with their swirling, buzzing pop. The group's debut, "Alaska Days," was a hook-filled marathon of jangling guitar and floating harmonies. Their follow up, "The Late Engagement," is due out this spring.