Building a shirt.

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Building a shirt.

With a lil help from Radish & Clover Press (aka Adria Kaufman & Christo Ruppenthal), Connie and I were able to screen print our next batch of BonB T-shirts "in-house" (which, for this designerd equals completely effin awesome funtimes). Twas a fun and productive evening made even better with homemade french bread and pizza and brie and lots of live gypsy jazz guitar playing in the background and and and. Yup. Hospitable folk over there.

But - A NEW BATCH OF really awesome soft SHIRTS!!! New colors! Mens tri-blend grey and kelly green. Women's tri-blend red and kelly green V necks!! GOLD (shiny!) ink!!! (and the mens brand of Tees aren't as clingy this time around...more true to size!). Best part? FROM DESIGN TO PRINT WE MADE THEM OURSELVES! They'll be for sale on Sunday at our show and RIGHT HERE on our website in short order.  

Finally, if you send us a pic of you wearing one of our Tees out in the wilderness, we'll post it HERE on our website. yup. Fun times all round. 

Photos taken by Connie Ward & Adria Kaufman. 

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Warpaint + BonB

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Warpaint + BonB

The lady half of BonB saw Warpaint last September at The Pygmalion Music Festival and were pretty blown away by their live set (not anticipating that a mere 6mos later they'd be warming up the stage for them).

So! Join us! Sunday, March 30th at 8pm. Buy tickets here.

It'll be spring by then. WE PROMISE. 

xoxo,
BonB

Design by Erin Fuller. 

Design by Erin Fuller. 



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Fine Print

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Fine Print

Great feature on BonB in this week's Isthmus where, amongst other tasty tidbits, you can find out the genesis of our band name.

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Jonk Music Reviews Wheel

The band conjures memories of Field Report with its pedal steel twang and layers of noodling guitar lines. And again similar to that band, Building on Buildings invokes the feeling of a long country road trip whose destination is uncertain. But Ward and Fuller's sweet vocals is a hint that the final stop of that journey could have something beautiful in store.

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