47 E Mohawk St
Friday, November 3rd. 8pm. $5.
The Tins (Buffalo, NY) : 11:00 PM
Known by many as a prolific musical force, The Tins are comprised of three unique songwriting talents. With influences ranging from The Kinks and The Byrds, to Animal Collective and Tame Impala, The Tins craft masterfully layered jams that USA Today calls “Brilliant Pop Exuberance.” Hailing from Buffalo NY, the trio has released a number of critically acclaimed albums and toured the country with their captivating live performances.
The Buffalo three-piece have come far since their early days in an underground practice space at New York State’s Binghamton University. The Tins first single, “The Green Room,” was chosen by Sean Parker, a once Spotify board member, as a staple of the Hipster International Playlist, placement and rotation on Sirius Radio, and received Spotify staff picks #2 song of the year. Since that point the Tins have worked with Modest Mouse producer Joe Blaney and Ted Young (Kurt Vile, The Gaslight Anthem) and have garnered millions of plays across all streaming music services.
Praised by NME, Entertainment Weekly, NYLON and Paste Magazine, The Tins are preparing to release their upcoming EP, City Lies, showcasing
their boldest, most powerfully enchanting music to date.
herMajesty10:50 PM (NYC, NY): 10:00 PM
NYC indie glam art rock project herMajesty have a new single, “I Saw the Dog,” releasing on vinyl through Midday Records on November 2 and to digital stores on November 8, 2017. “I Saw the Dog” features Chris McQueen (Snarky Puppy, David Bowie, Forq) and Henry Hey (David Bowie, Forq) and was produced by Grammy winner Nic Hard.
herMajesty continues to release memorable, thought-provoking, and lush recordings. .They received airplay on tastemaker stations like KEXP FM in Seattle and WFUV FM in NYC. They’ve shared the stage with acts like The B-52s, Tom Tom Club, Boxer Rebellion, The Demos, and Say Hi To Your Mom.
herMajesty consists of JP (vocals, rhythm guitars, programming), David Leatherwood (guitars, backup vocals), Joan Chew (bass, backup vocals), and Konrad Meissner (drums, percussion).
The Heroic Enthusiasts (Rochester, NY) – 9:00 PM
This heavily allegorical band engages in temporal and philosophical discussions of love. At a deeper layer they use this topic as a mnemonic device to encode a discussion of the nature of the universe, spirituality and the soul.
Monogold (Brooklyn, NY) – 8:15 PM
“…sparkling slab of indie psych-pop which, with its hypnotically submerged vocals…”- Noisey
“…shimmering tractor beam appeal and hypnotism…” — Impose Magazine