Indie Rock

Indie Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
JW & the Bends
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/jonworthymusic/
Venue name: 
Rockwood Music hall
Band email: 
   

Giant City

Giant City has released the first single, “Photorealistic Love”, from their forthcoming debut EP, “Bound For Glory”, which will be released on April 23rd.

This is the work of Nick Tantillo, Eddie Ashe, Nick Maldonado, and Gwen Drummond.

You can catch Giant City on April 23rd at Downstairs (at Subterranean) with Common Allies, and Martha’s Got a Limp Wrist.

   

oeugons are real "Say It Again With Different Words"

Oeugons are Real are preparing to release their latest album, "Say It Again With Different Words” on April 19th. This is the band’s first release of 2019 and follow-up 2018’s Don’t Hold Anything.

What began as a solo project of Tristan Zemtseff (guitar/vocals) has blossomed into a trio with the addition of Andy Eisen (bass/vocals) and Courtney McNally (drums).

You can catch Oeugons are Real at The Independence Tap on April 20th with Reyband and Syl Smith.

   

New Track: "Pluto" - So Totally

in the shape of..., the forthcoming album from So Totally, is scheduled to arrive on May 3, and the band recently shared its lead single “Pluto”. An initial, luminous glide creates a sense of lightness that gradually gives way to the afterburners of murkier fuzz. There is a relatable outlook within the spacey, shoegazing framework - one of feeling temporarily lost and out of sorts among your peers, while wanting the comfort of attention as you drift off. (Photo by Jeff David Beardsmith)

   

Ravens & Chimes set to release new album at Mercury Lounge on 04.23

Ravens & Chimes are ready to make some noise at Mercury Lounge on April 23 in support of their brand new album The Empty House. The NYC group has been a mainstay of the music scene in the city for nearly a decade, and new single "Big Ups" (streaming) showcases an undeniable maturation of their fervent indie-rock style. The speedy guitar riffs and body-shaking drum beats are still there, but a more polished production and singer songwriter Asher's vocals gain in urgency and confidence take this track to a new level. The group's record release will also include a performance from L.A.’s The Palms. - Rene Cobar