In 2008, Oneida began the Thank Your Parents triptych with Preteen Weaponry. Since, the Brooklyn band—Kid Millions, Bobby Matador, Baby Hanoi Jane, Showtime and Barry London—has completed it with 2009’s Rated O and the new Absolute II (Jagjaguwar). The quintet is touring Europe in August and is also playing the Asbury Park, N.J.-based All Tomorrow’s Parties in October. In addition, Millions will be guest editing magnetmagazine.com all week. Read our brand new Q&A with him.
Millions: Ace Tone organs, Music Man amps, Traynor amps and Modern Drum Shop drums. The way you get the Oneida sound is through the gear above. Once you’ve acquired this gear, then get born as us by the same mothers on the same day, month and year in the past and go through the same lifetimes. Then Oneida happens.
Video after the jump.