New Rose

New Rose

Winstons, Junk Boys, Straw Pipes

Tue, July 18, 2017

8:00 pm

Union Pool

Brooklyn, NY

$10.00 - $12.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

New Rose
New Rose
Daniel Wagner
Malcolm Donaldson
Alex Goldstein
Henry Northington
Joey Fishman
Winstons
Winstons
The rugged charm of Virginian songwriting made its way to Brooklyn by way of Winstons, an indie folk duo setting good examples for the city life. After releasing two EPs in 2015, the guys are back with “Without You”, an earnest recitation of deeper feeling invoked by the spirits of every great songwriter of the past.
Junk Boys
Junk Boys
Is blues the music of the Devil? The minor third note interval that's the basic ingredient of anything bluesy is famous for conveying a sad feeling, not evil, but - at least according to Wikipedia - "the word [blues] may have come from the term blue devils," and "depending on the religious community a musician belonged to, it was more or less considered as a sin to play this low-down music." W guess that simple fact made the genre very attractive to young rebels... who ended up moving to the more liberal US coasts...
Brooklyn's Junk Boys, an obscure band we stumbled upon almost randomly, seems to accept and even promote this notion. Their debut single "Call On Me" (streaming) features a devilish cover art, and an apocaliptic sound at least in part reminiscent of a hammondless and heavier version of The Doors, another band that enjoyed blue references to Beelzebub.-The Deli
Straw Pipes
Straw Pipes
LeLe, Stonie + friends. Guitar, bass, drums + organ. We mostly like old things.
Venue Information:
Union Pool
484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://www.union-pool.com/