The Attic Ends / Black Wing Halo / Cash Money & The Sellouts / The Genders

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The Attic Ends / Black Wing Halo / Cash Money & The Sellouts / The Genders
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 7:00 PM
Arlene's Grocery, New York, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $8.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
THE ATTIC ENDS:

 

The Attic Ends are a four piece, atmospheric indie-rock band from Bushwick, Brooklyn. Their music has been described as a spine-tingling mix of rock’s primal recklessness with the intricacy of complex indie-pop. The music evokes an expansive darkness, richly layered with appealing melodies and power pop vocals. The band formed in 2010, and recorded a debut album shortly thereafter. After releasing their debut album in 2010, only having been a band six months, The Attic Ends felt they needed to take time and develop their own unique sound. For three years, they wrote, rehearsed and performed the songs for their new album. Then at long last, on July, 12th 2013, they released "The Sky Begins Part 1", the first installment of a 2-part album. The sky is the limit for this group of friends, who are committed to creating great music. "Our music is one of personal reflection, empowerment and ultimately liberation.  It documents the highs and lows that come with that type of introspection: at times dark and rumbling, at times euphoric." 

 


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  • THE ATTIC ENDS

    THE ATTIC ENDS

     

    The Attic Ends are a four piece, atmospheric indie-rock band from Bushwick, Brooklyn. Their music has been described as a spine-tingling mix of rock’s primal recklessness with the intricacy of complex indie-pop. The music evokes an expansive darkness, richly layered with appealing melodies and power pop vocals. The band formed in 2010, and recorded a debut album shortly thereafter. After releasing their debut album in 2010, only having been a band six months, The Attic Ends felt they needed to take time and develop their own unique sound. For three years, they wrote, rehearsed and performed the songs for their new album. Then at long last, on July, 12th 2013, they released "The Sky Begins Part 1", the first installment of a 2-part album. The sky is the limit for this group of friends, who are committed to creating great music. "Our music is one of personal reflection, empowerment and ultimately liberation.  It documents the highs and lows that come with that type of introspection: at times dark and rumbling, at times euphoric." 

     


  • Cash Money and the Sellouts

    Cash Money and the Sellouts

  • Black Wing Halo

    Black Wing Halo

    Like kids rummaging the finest musical dumpster, Black Wing Halo has mended parts and motors, soldered and stitched, to curate a new musical monster. Based on acoustic roots and rhythms, but driving with a distorted punk force, Black Wing Halo leaves no compact bin unturned. In fact, everything is recycled. Ever-expanding with a love and admiration for noise, soundscapes and distorted vocals, decibel. is their own favorite radio station. It started by adding pedals to an acoustic guitar, and even more to a microphone, which became two microphones, displaying different voices to represent different ideas. Then they added bass. To expand from their acoustic roots, they started playing electric instruments, which led way to a distorted blend of rowdy punk, crunchy electronic, old school laden hip hop, Tom Waitsian carnival, wrapped in a little verse/chorus/verse pop. Black Wing Halo continues to spread to the masses as well, having played SXSW, NXNE, and CMJ, as well as selling out boat cruises, and rocking Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. As of now, Black Wing Halo is putting the finishing touches on their first album with producer Jason Rubal (The Cure, NIN, Dresden Dolls, Killswitch Engage) and can’t wait to put it out there for all to enjoy. True to their aural objective, this album will be unlike anything you have heard before.

  • The Genders

    The Genders

    Genders is a four-piece casual rock and roll band from Portland, Ore. Finding a balance between shredding your clothes off and weeping softly in the corner, Genders’ performance will move you…be it physically or emotionally. Want your face melted? Want your toes tapping? Want to hold hands with your sweetie? Come to a Genders show and have the night of your life.
    Voted one of Portland’s Best New Bands of 2013 by the Willamette Week, their current self-titled EP has been topping out the airplay charts at OPB music. After a busy summer of festivals, Genders continues to work furiously on their full-length album, due in the fall of 2013…when they will embark on their first national tour, opening many dates for rock ‘n’ roll heroes, Built to Spill.
    Genders is comprised of Stephen Leisy on guitar, Matt Hall on bass, Katherine Paul on drums, and Maggie Morris on guitar and vocals.

Set Times:
  • 07:00 PM - Cash Money and the Sellouts
  • 09:00 PM - THE ATTIC ENDS
  • 10:00 PM - Black Wing Halo
  • 11:00 PM - The Genders