Fucked Up live from Brooklyn – Ray Concepcion; FACT Mag mixtape

February 26th, 2010 at 11:25 am by Gabe

Last Friday night, some of us were lucky enough to catch Fucked Up perform a set that – even by the band’s lofty standard – was really one for the ages.

Luckily for those unable to attend, New York videographer Ray Concepcion ably captured the first couple of songs from the set. If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up Fucked Up’s Couple Tracks: Singles 2002-2009 and The Chemistry of Common Life (from which the below tunes originate):

Every Man for Himself and God Against All: Fucked Up from Ray Concepcion on Vimeo.

Also, FACT Mag has just published a mixtape by Mr. Jo of FU.

Finally, the first non-Matador employee to respond to this post correctly identifying the up-and-coming New York bedroom-pop wizard rocking the Fucked Up t-shirt on Looking For Gold wins a prize.

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6 Responses to “Fucked Up live from Brooklyn – Ray Concepcion; FACT Mag mixtape”

  1. Rev. Mike Says:

    That’s the dude from im lookin for this really weird french techno song that just came out. Ramni Tevens or something, right?

  2. Zach Dimmick Says:

    That’s Bradley J. Oberhofer of Oberhofer! Went to art school with him in Tacoma, Washington!

  3. Jon Says:

    it’s totally Brad Oberhofer.

  4. Todd Westfall Says:

    Kurt Vile?

  5. Ethan Stanislawski Says:

    I’ve seen the band 4 times. This was the first in a proper club setting. It was every bit as awesome as I’d hoped.

  6. Gabe Says:

    You are correct Jon! It’s former Matador intern Oberhofer! Please contact me off-board for prize info: