Monday, February 18, 2013

Shows updated

Spring shows listed -------->

Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Electrician - live cover/ collaboration

"The Electrician" - written by Scott Walker as performed by Nervous Curtains and Ryan Thomas Becker of RTB2 at La Grange in Dallas, TX on October 12, 2012.

Dallas Observer Music Awards

We don’t generally comment on these awards, nor do we like to pander for votes. But this year, the categories and nominees seem to more appropriately reflect the diversity and quality of the North Texas musical landscape than in past years.
 And much to our surprise, FAKE INFINITY is up for best album. Writing, recording and supporting this album has taken up a huge chunk of the last two years of our lives. We're grateful for all the attention the album has gotten and hope that it leads people to listen to it and perhaps pick up a copy for their own turntable. So if you feel inclined to vote, you can vote once a day for FAKE INFINITY or one of the other fine nominees in this category. Also, I (Sean) am up for best instrumentalist.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Cats and Eternity

I'm behind. We put out a new video today, and I realized I never posted the last on here.

So here they both are. One more week left in the Fall tour. Come see us.

Nervous Curtains "It's The End Of Eternity" from Justin Wilson on Vimeo.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Blogs and references

We received a nice nod of appreciation from the When You Motor Away music blog (cool GBV reference): 

Nervous Curtains are a Dallas trio playing some pretty evocative and somewhat creepy electronic rock featuring drums, keyboards and vocals reminiscent of Wall of Voodoo or maybe Ultravox. Very intriguing stuff.

We've never gotten a Wall of Voodoo comparison before. Very interesting and totally acceptable.

Fall tour dates are almost totally booked. Look to the right.>>>>>>>>>

Monday, July 9, 2012

Denton, more poster art

More poster art.
This one by Brent Frishman at Gutterth Productions.

This will be another particularly heavy event.

Take a listen to poster art-visionary, Nevada Hill's, new cello-noise-doom-metal band BLUDDED HEAD
Another great engineering job by Matthew Barnhart here.

Buildings from Minneapolis will follow. Free show, but donations for the touring band will be accepted.