*Canceled* BRONCHO, Earl Boykins, DREAMERS

27
/ Jan
Tuesday
2015

*Canceled* BRONCHO, Earl Boykins, DREAMERS

Venue
Front Room
Time
08:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Price
$8.00 // $10.00

Show is CANCELED. We unfortunately are not able to reschedule at this time.

If you purchased tickets online, please request a refund through eventbrite.

If you purchased in-store, please return (with ticket) to store location for a cash refund. Thanks!

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Output Agency Ltd. presents

BRONCHO! (Dine Alone Records)
with special guests Earl Boykins + Dreamers

$8adv // $10door || 18+ || 8:00 DOORS // 8:30 SHOW

RSVP: Facebook Event

Tickets available online: http://bit.ly/1yAZFTG
and locally (cash only, no fees!) at
outdated: an antique café // Rocket Number Nine
Darkside Records & Gallery // Jack’s Rhythms // Woodstock Music Shop

 


BRONCHO

‘Just Enough Hip To Be Woman’ is a bold step forward for BRONCHO. Though it certainly bears the hallmarks of their previous work — fuzzy, guitar-driven rock – the production and energy of the record moves into decidedly sleeker and decidedly more new wave directions (think Cheap Trick meets the Drive soundtrack meets every great song from Fast Times at Ridgemont High meets the greatest after-hours party you’ve never been to). Tracks like “Stay Loose,” “NC-17” and “What” are the kind of pop-rock that could have easily been beamed in from the same universe that gave rise to The Cars (or a looser version of The Strokes), while the album’s first single, “Class Historian” — with its unstoppable “do do do do” vocal refrain is the kind of song that seems scientifically engineered to stick in your brain forever and is arguably best played loudly over a car stereo with the windows down and your long hair blowing in the breeze. Clocking in at just more than 30 minutes, the eleven tracks on the new record are a potent statement of intent: an effortless sounding rock record that dips its toe into a variety of different styles without ever succumbing to any of them.

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EARL BOYKINS

Earlier this year, New Paltz-based band Earl Boykins released Friends, a driving collection of jangly punk rock aimed to sear while still upholding a sense of levity. They’ve cleaned up their sound for their new EP Everybody Likes Dogs, which is a sentiment that’s as agreeable as their music. Taking on the name of another famous athlete, “Lance Armstrong” is a warm and enveloping song that borders on twee and, for as confident as it sounds, it also betrays a sense of vulnerability and a cloying desire for connection. “I just needed a friend/ to help me see it to the end,” it goes before breaking into a chorus backed by angelic coos. –Stereogum

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DREAMERS (https://soundcloud.com/dreamersjoinus/wolves)

Prepare to embark on a journey with DREAMERS, with their unique brand of grunge that is nostalgic for a space somewhere between art-school eccentric and the late 1970s punk scene. Drawing inspiration from the likes of John Lennon and David Lynch, DREAMERS are ready to send their kaleidoscopic sound out into the universe. Their colorfully passionate music tugs at heartstrings and will have you dancing around the room all in one fell swoop, debut EP out now!