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June 7, 2016

It has been a quiet winter/spring for the Phases. We are excited about our self-released cassette tape “Another Side” which came out a couple months ago. We have a whole new batch of songs we’ve been playing live and will record sometime this summer. A couple shows scheduled for this July/August. Don’t stop believing. See you in the pit \m/!





New tunes

March 2, 2014

Here’s a recording of a brand new song played live on WTUL in New Orleans. Thanks to DeeJay Eric “i’m so confused” Martinez for the recording.

There is also a live video of a new song from our set at Comet Ping Pong up on YouTube, courtesy of Rich Johnson.


Trick, er…Treat.

October 26, 2013

Got some shows coming up!

Nov. 1 in Richmond at Soundcheck Studios with The New Trust, Big No, and Chris Crude of Pygmy Lush.

Dec. 11 at the Black Cat with The Tender Thrill, and Thee Ar-Kaics

Spring 2013

April 9, 2013

Passing Phases is hitting the road in May. Dates are posted in the live section, more details to come. We will hopefully have our new spring time  7″ with us.

Our next show is May 2 @ DC9 with the Men

photo by Ron Akins

photo by Ron Akins

January 7, 2013

Here’s a review of the song “Never Give In” from the Endless Autumn LP. And an album review from Disposable Underground.

We’re currently working on setting up more shows and recording new music. Here’s a newby, 02 Track 02



Hey hey we’re the phases!

October 17, 2012

Our first record is coming out in LP version on Cricket Cemetery records! Here’s a link to pre-order Endless Autumn. Next show is October 28 at Space Bar in Falls Church. Wear your costume, get drunk, have fun.

Bottles on the floor

September 5, 2012

Thanks to everyone for coming out to the Black Cat on Saturday! Those that danced,  yelled at us or bought us a drink, it was a good time. Out next show is at 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, in Kay Spirituality Center Basement on American University’s Campus in DC on Oct. 6.

Here is a snippet from the Cricket Cemetery show courtesy of Andrew King: