Thunderheist To Play Gay Porn Awards Afterparty!

Thunderheist To Play Gay Porn Awards Afterparty!
As we previously reported last month, Toronto-based electro party rap crew Thunderheist will release their long-awaited debut LP through the Big Dada label on March 31. Before that, on January 27, the twosome will drop the album's first official single, "Sweet 16," which is now streaming on the band's MySpace page.

Then leading up to the album's release, the duo of Grahm Zilla and Isis will play a handful of shows throughout North America previewing their new material.

Along with the Tomorrow Never Knows festival in Chicago, Toronto's Winter City at Nathan Phillips Square with Shad and Vancouver's Cultural Olympiad with Cadence Weapon, Thunderheist have been invited to showcase their raunchy flavour at a prestigious gig on March 28 in San Francisco: a private afterparty for a certain gay porn awards happening that night. (Note: it is private, which means it is closed to the public.)

Finally, if you just so happen to find yourself checking out the Golden Globe-winning performance by Mickey Rourke in Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler, keep your ears peeled for Thunderheist's "Jerk It," which is apparently booming from the speakers of a strip club.

Here is the tracklisting to the Sweet 16 EP and Thunderheist, followed by Thunderheist's confirmed dates:

Sweet 16 EP:

"Sweet 16 (original)"
"Sweet 16 (Eli Escobar remix)"
"Cruise Low" "whateveruneed" (available on single only)


"Sweet 16"
"Nothing 2 Step 2"
"Jerk It"
"LBG (Little Booty Girl)"
"Slow Roll"
"Space Cowboy"
"The Party After"
"Do The Right Thing"
"Red Whine"
"Cruise Low"

Live dates:

1/15 New York City, NY -€“ Santos House
1/17 Chicago, IL -€“ Schubas
1/23 San Francisco - 103 Harriett
1/24 Los Angeles - Echoplex
1/31 Toronto - Nathan Phillips Square at Winter City w/ Shad
2/7 Guelph, CA -€“ Hillside Inside
2/27 Poughkeepsie, NY - Vassar College
2/28 Vancouver - Cultural Olympiad w/ Cadence Weapon
3/28 San Francsico, CA - GayVN Awards afterparty (venue TBA)

Thunderheist "killing it" outside Cargo, London UK in early December