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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Events Through the End of February

The Way Station Events
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8pm- Robinson Treacher
Genre: Singer/Songwriter
Similar Sound: Richie Havens, Keb Mo, Otis Redding, Cat Stevens, Ray LaMontagne

Robinson Treacher is a uniquely emotional singer/songwriter whose live shows are focused on passionate performance combined with equally passionate lyrics. His music has been defined as everything from Gospel/Soul to Country/Folk, but he'd rather the listener define it for him/herself. He spends most of his time between NYC and Nashville and is currently completing his third recording due out in the spring.

"Robinson's smoky and raspy voice quickly excels in the spotlight. He is a true storyteller who gives you goosebumps while listening to his strong and highly emotional songs.  This guy needs to be discovered very soon!" - www.rootstime.be

"Soulful, bluesy with a little bit of rock, all combine to elevate this artist from the many others who are active in this market." - Paul McGee -Lonesome Highway


9pm- Zuni Mountain Boys
The Zuni Mountain Boys are an Americana duo based out of Brooklyn. Connor McGinnis and Matt Campbell formed the group in early 2014. They recorded their first EP in East Nashville in late May over two days, and released it via bandcamp in August 2014. The five song EP consists predominantly of two acoustic guitars, and two part harmonies with Connor singing the leads, and Matt accompanying. Dobro and piano are the only other accents on the recording, leaving the sound spare, with little more than is necessary to deliver the song. The lyrics hesitate to dip into the abstract, and instead paint the sound with ordinary images that allow the listener to arrive at something larger on their own. 


10pm- Cropdust
Genre: Old-Time
For fans of: Old Crow Medicine Show, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Doc Watson

Cropdust is a lively five-piece string band who play original roots music inhabited by the spirits of old-timey Americana.


11pm- Tanbark 
Genre: Americana
For fans of: Gillian Welch, Gram Parsons, Angel Olsen

Formed in Minneapolis and residing in Brooklyn, Tanbark is a sometimes acoustic duo, sometimes country band with an all the time affinity for close harmonies and lonesome melodies.


8pm- Daniel Rylander
Genre: Acoustic/Alternative/Indie/Folk Rock
For fans of: City & Colour, John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, Ben Folds, Relient K, This Wild Life.

Rockin’ smooth tunes with catchy licks that are sure to get stuck in your head. A nice blend of new and old themes with lyrics that come straight from the heart, mind, and soul. Hopelessly romantic with everything to prove, offering a new take on an age-old theme which is seemingly timeless. A refreshingly new but familiar sound which captivates listeners both young and old. A little musical something that everyone can relate to and take with them that will put a smile on their face.

“[Daniel] Rylander, a drummer by trade who taught himself piano, guitar and a few other instruments, packs the album’s [Strawberry Skyline] 13 tracks with his high emotionally charged tenor to keening melodies that recall other singer/songwriters such as Ben Folds and ’90s emo-kings Dashboard Confessional.

"Love seems to be the overriding theme of the 63-minute work, be it abusive, forlorn, lost, brand new or all consuming. Rylander’s got a lot to say about relationships both interpersonal and familial.”
“[Daniel] Rylander’s musical talent, his way with a sing-songy melody and the cool instrumental touches that beef up his arrangements should garner him some attention and fans.”

-- Above quotes taken from Malcolm X Abram’s review of Strawberry Skyline in the Akron Beacon Journal on Oct. 4, 2013.

“My favorite act of the night came next. Daniel Rylander is a singer/songwriter from Akron, Ohio who released his debut album [Strawberry Skyline] last September and it is nice. I’ve listened to it at least 5 times since Friday night. I even had it playing while I was at work and every person that came into the room commented on how good it was. [Daniel] Rylander touches on a wide variety of genres from indie rock to country and blues. It’s hard not to find at least one song that you like. Plus his voice is amazing. It’s fresh, young, and a bit soulful.” -Taken from Tea Time with the Mad Artist : blog by Akron-area blogger and photographer, Bronlynn Thurman on Jan. 19, 2014.


9pm- Kings County Ramblers
Genre: bluegrass, rag time, Americana

Bluegrass in Brooklyn! It's a wonderful thing and the Ramblers are helping to keep the tradition moving forward. We're a scrappy group of pickers emerging on the Brooklyn scene. Playing a great style of music that brings together bluegrass, rag time, Americana and improvisational jamming. Everything from fast paced cookin’ with gas to slow eerie old timey numbers. The way music is supposed to be. A good time celebration with organic instruments; banjo, mandolin, acoustic guitar and Bob the upright bass. Y'all should come!

One I Love (M. Wyatt)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idSiblwC58w (Preview)

Avery (E. Hultman)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjPcuPDoQDA (Preview) 

10pm- Breanna Barbara


“intriguing, intense, fun, lo-fi original punk blues resonator guitarist/singer  Breanna Barbara ignites the stage with vocals so raw powerful you leave hypnotized ” – New York Daily Music


11pm- We're Ghosts Now
Genre: Indie/Alternative/Rock
For fans of: The Airborne Toxic Event/The Gaslight Anthem/ Murder By Death/ The Black Keys/ Alkaline Trio

Our music puts you on your feet and makes you dance around. We’re very lively musicians that like to see the audience as involved with our set as possible. We show our passion for music through our songs and our live performance. We’re Ghosts Now is an original treat for your ears to enjoy. No matter the time and place We’re Ghosts Now are there to bring the party.


8pm- Tim Haufe
Genre: Indie/Folk/Acoustic
For fans of: Elliott Smith, Jeff Buckley, Daniel Rossen, Stevie Wonder

Tim Haufe is a songwriter and musician who grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY. His music is volatile, desperate, beautiful, dynamic, and full of hope. His latest self-produced album, The End of the Year (November 2012), has received critical acclaim. On stage he typically performs as a solo act, presenting an intimate and inspiring musical experience. Haufe currently lives in New York, where he is striving to establish for his music the grand reputation that it deserves.

“Tim has all the qualities one looks for in a live performance: He is in tune with the elasticity of the crowd. I could feel myself being drawn closer and closer to the music as the song went on.” -Daniel Dissinger, InStereoPress


9pm- Golden Alphabet
Genre: Indie Psychedelic Folk
For fans of: Modest Mouse, Cat Stevens, Bright Eyes

Mostly consistent of transplants from the desert of Tucson, Arizona, Golden Alphabet has reformed it’s live line-up here, in the center of the universe, Brooklyn, New York. Based on the song writing of singer, Tommy Cormier, Golden Alphabet stylistically changes along with Cormier’s short attention span. The band’s lyrically driven music shifts from indie folk, to psychedelic, to baroque pop.    

Review of our 1st record, "A List of Our Worries":
The album contains 10 tracks that fall under the wide-ranging category of indie rock, though there are variations in sound. After a minute-plus as a ramshackle instrumental, opening track "Visionary Quest" morphs into what sounds like a passage from a long-lost rock opera—it wouldn't sound out of place on The Wall—with Cormier singing, "If I'm just a little boy with a stick in his eye, I'll never be a Jesuit / I am self-deny." After a little synth-led passage, it leads smoothly into "This Cactus Country," a chugging little tune with a big sound (fun game: count the instruments!) and a gorgeously melancholy melody. The lyrics on the album, which are largely above-par, carry the weight of melancholy, too: "I've been buying into salesmanship / 'Good job! You know, you're really doing well' / I wonder how long Humpty Dumpty sat there / I wonder how long before he fell."  If I had to pithily describe the overall vibe of A List of Our Worries, I'd say it's like an indie-folk take on what Modest Mouse or Arcade Fire does (with Bright Eyes in there, too), but that's selling it short, especially when a song like "Me Lovely," the bulk of which resembles no one so much as the Tom Tom Club, comes on."  -Stephen Seigel, Tucson Weekly



10pm- Marek and the Boss Chops
Genre: boogie woogie, honky tonk and early rock & roll
For fans of: Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy

A piano pounding, vocally driven spin on the roots of rock & roll. Marek Sapieyevski (piano/vocals) leads a full throttle run through the stuff of Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy, and more. With Charley Layton (upright) Griffin Sherbert (drums), and special guests on saxophone or fiddle.


8pm- Jazz Thieves
Genre: Jazz/Rock
For fans of: Joni Mitchell, Tom Waits, Sufjan Stevens, Bjork

The Jazz Thieves are a group of jazz musicians from Brooklyn, NY. Their music "steals" elements from other different styles of music and brings them to jazz.  Like true thieves, they improvise while sticking to a plan, and rely on a "certain set of skills" to help them make music. The band features the dynamic vocalist Matt Robbins, in addition to Ayumi Ishito on sax, Garrett Manley on guitar, Carter Bales on drums, and John Gray, the leader of The Jazz Thieves, on bass.


9pm- Cuervo Jones
Who is Cuervo Jones?
Combining catchy melodies, driving rhythms, and powerful guitar, this dance punk power trio exploded on NYC scene in 2013. Pulling from the best of their favorite bands: the Ramones, Arctic Monkeys, and the Strokes, Cuervo Jones will be in your head long after the last cymbal crash and barre chord have faded out into the night.


10pm- Community Center
Genre: Indie Rock
For fans of: Arcade Fire, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, Murder By Death

Community Center is a hardworking 7-piece indie rock band from Baltimore, MD. With a live show that features accordion, violin, sax, cello, and clarinet, Community Center has garnered a reputation for being one of the most exciting and unpredictable young bands working today. The band currently has two songs in rotation on east coast radio stations and this summer Community Center is playing their first festival dates. With a new album coming out at the end of the summer and their first road shows scheduled throughout the rest of the year, Community Center has quickly proven to be one of the most promising up-and-coming bands. Don't miss this show! 


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

The Way Back Machine: Spaceballs 
Lone Starr, Barf the Mawg, Dot Matrix (Joan Rivers!) and Princess Vespa save Planet Druidia from the evil clutches of Dark Helmet. Not enough? How about, it’s a quotable movie; you’re all invited to quote and MST3K (or RiffTrax) the hell out of it!

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: The Last Star Fighter

8pm-12am- Paul Ryan Presents an evening of singer songwriters

Paul Ryan brings together some of the best singer songwriters in Brooklyn - and from around the world - to perform the first Monday of every month at The Way Station. You are guaranteed to be charmed, enchanted and enthralled! 

8pm- Dan Zimmerman
Genre: Indie Acoustic Rock
For fans of: Mountain Goats, Mike Doughty, The National

Intelligent, catchy acoustic rock that's at once a little bleak and a little beautiful, a little strange and a little hopeful.


9pm- Joel Zighel
Genre: Blues / Jazz inspired piano-playing songwriter
For fans of: Randy Newman, Donald Fagen, Mose Allison, Dr. John

A piano, a guy singing, you're in a bar in Amsterdam in 1976 on your fifth beer.  You've got to get back to your hotel at some point, but the music is good, so you stay.

10pm- Jo Kroger

11pm- Paul Ryan
Genre: Singer Songwriter
For fans of: Tom Waits, Tim Buckley, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, The Beatles

Paul Ryan is an Irish-born singer and guitarist. Paul has been living and playing music in Brooklyn for the past three years. With songs of life, love, and living, he is inspired by the music of Tom Waits, Tim Buckley, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, The Beatles, and more.

8pm- Shannon Pelcher
Genre: Folky Jazz
For fans of: Brandi Carlile, M. Ward, Nora Jones

With nods to Tin Pan Alley, 1960s folk and experimental acoustic, Shannon Pelcher has one foot dipped in the jazz world and the other planted in singer/songwriter storytelling traditions. Her dreamlike lyrics and lilting vocals are backed by elegantly deft guitar playing, and her sound is both vintage and contemporary, influenced as much by John Coltrane as it is by PJ Harvey.

“She’s very eclectic, has a great sense of melody and sings in an unaffectedly clear, nuanced soprano.” http://newyorkmusicdaily.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/shannonjessi/ 


9pm- Marine Futin
Genre: Jazzy Singer Songwriting
For fans of: folk, jazz, singer songwriting

Based in Brooklyn, French singer-songwriter Marine Futin takes her colored groove from the energy of the City. Her fusion of jazz and blues seamlessly mixes with folk influences. Surrounded by some of New York's leading young musicians, she has defined her own style with her melodic compositions and search for new sounds. Lately she performed the Blue Note in New York and the Sunset jAZZ cLUB in Paris!


10pm- Cigarettes After Sex
Genre: Dream Pop
For fans of: Cocteau Twins, Red House Painters, Julee Cruise

Cigarettes After Sex was founded by Gregory Gonzalez in El Paso, TX. Initially created in 2008 the group has included a number of different members / collaborators since its inception. Released in late 2012, their latest EP, recorded in a stairway over the course of a night, draws upon the influences of the Trinity Session, Julee Cruise, Red House Painters & Cocteau Twins.


11pm- Stereo Intercourse
Genre: Space-Synth Electronic/Experimental/Pop
For fans of: Yeah-Yeahs, Ratatat, Grimes, Bjork, Patti Smith, Blonde

Stereo Intercourse is a space/pop/experimental duo that consists of drummer/engineer/producer Jonathan Vergara and pianist/singer/producer/engineer Toma. Together they will tickle your ears with insane imaginative beats, harmonies, and screaming vocals that are reminiscent of Bjork and Patti Smith. STR ITR creates electronic-innovative melodic songs that enter your membrane and exit your heart like the G train. Don't forget to wear protection when listening to these creatures, they may give you a virus of aural fixation.

“This sound, the electric technotronic beat is already having a delicious effect on my mood. Very appealing beat. The rhythm is rolling and going in and out on waves of melody. This beat is off the chain. This band has a unique sound. I think they have something.” -ReverbNation January 2nd, 2015

“The vocals are unique, they are kinda a mix between Madonna and Katy Perry.”  -ReverbNation January 2nd, 2015


8pm- RCO Songwriters Circle presents Wes Hutchinson, Marco Argiro, and Daniel Stampfel
Genre: Singer/Songwriter
For fans of: Buddy Holly, Elvis Costello, Beatles, Tom Petty, Elliot Smith

Wes Hutchinson - Wes Hutchinson's original compositions have been placed in IFC's movie 'Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding, MTV's The Real World: Brooklyn, CW's 'Gossip Girl', 'Life Unexpected' and 'Melrose Place', MTV's 'Laguna Beach', Animal Planet's 'Jockeys', CBS' 'The Young and The Restless' and 'Clubhouse', NBC's 'The Biggest Loser', 'Windfall', and Fox's 'Roswell', 'Boston Public' and 'Party of Five' DVD Compilation. He was named the BMI® Songwriters Hall of Fame Abe Olman Scholarship recipient. In October of 2013, Wes released his sophomore solo effort, produced by John Davis, 'All The Plans Have Changed'.

Marco Argiro – Marco Argiro has made a name for himself internationally in the ultra melodic power-pop band Le Mood, as well as the transatlantic anthemic rock group The Killing Floor. Argiro also took over as lead vocalist, filling in for the ailing Michael Graves (The Misfits) during the kickoff of Marky Ramone’s Blitzkrieg European tour. Marco splits his time between his new project Marco With Love, Le Mood and the Killing Floor. Argiro also started his own record label, Outright Rock Records.

Daniel Stampfel - In the past two decades, Daniel Stampfel has played in ska, power-pop, garage rock and glam rock bands. Stampfel first left a mark on the music world with The Skastafarians, who won Late Night with Conan O’Brien’s 10th Annual College Band Search. Stampfel then assembled The Inevitable Breakups in 1999 who became beloved sons of NYC with their catchy, crunchy power-pop. His current band, At The Moment, performs stripped-down, heartfelt pop-rock set aloft by Stampfel’s unique voice. Stampfel is also a current member of Michael T and the Vanities.

“…what Stampfel is doing is putting his own stamp on an oldschool style, tuneful verses working their way up to irresistibly catchy resolutions when the choruses hit.” – New York Music Daily

“…Argiro is ever the quintessential frontman,” – The Broward Palm Beach New Times

www.weshutchinson.com - Wes Hutchinson
http://marcowithlove.com/ - Marco Argiro
www.atthemomentmusic.com - Daniel Stampfel

http://youtu.be/QyjeidURUjw  - Wes on  Jimmy Lloyd Songwriter Showcase - NBC
http://youtu.be/kPBbcBl6iTw - Marco on Live @ Virtue and Vice Studios
http://youtu.be/qg0s0MsH8xU - Daniel’s Make You Mad video

9pm- Bud Collins Trio 
Genre: original pop
For fans of: XTC, Todd Rundgren, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, Elvis Costello

Bud Collins Trio was formed in CT in 1987, appeared on MTV basement tapes, and toured extensively throughout the US during the 90’s, playing with the likes of Bob Mould, Blues Traveler, and Maceo Parker. Reformed in 2009 after a 10 year hiatus. BC3 write and play a kind of strangely familiar sounding original melodic pop, with shades of jazz and psychedelia, and attention twisting lyrics.

“Jazz, funk, psychedelia and rock labels all apply. However, this isn’t just another band that grabs haphazardly at musical styles. There’s a sense of quality and sincerity in the music” – The Reconnoiter, Youngstown Ohio

“Beautifully produced and amazingly lush and rich crossover\fusion music. Titles and lyrics tend to be playful, and the whole has an innovative feel that is seldom equaled in self-produced music.” – Factsheet Five


10pm- LTLT
Genre: Folk/ Rock/Indie
For fans of: Joni Mitchell, The Cranberries, Old Crow Medicine Show

LTLT is as musically eclectic as the members who give it life. Fronted by San Francisco native, L.T. Tannenbaum, with three of Maryland’s finest, John Bimbiras, Dylan Kaminkow, and Allen Branch on guitar, upright bass, and percussion, respectively, and the incredibly talented Céline Boulben on violin hailing all the way from France, LTLT delivers a sound that reflects each of its part’s unique stories, warm spirits, and their abiding love of fun. Their music is catchy but complex, different but highly accessible, with a perfect balance of depth and humor. 


11pm- Institute of Flyer Learning
Genre: hip-hop/neo-soul/electronic
For fans of: Little Dragon, Janelle Monae, Theophilus London, Outkast, The Flaming Lips

The Institute of Flyer Learning is a Brooklyn based hip-hop/neo-soul band composed of a singer, a rapper, and a rhythm section. Human vocals mesh with electronic beats, pulsing bass lines, and guitar arpeggios pouring out like sunshine. Flyer Learning performs original songs drawing upon eclectic influences ranging from old school hip-hop and electronic music to art-rock and funk. For good measure, they also perform some retro-future/re-mixed covers of classic hip-hop/soul songs, paying homage to the grand masters that came before, rocked the mic, dropped the mic, and inspired them to get up and write.


8pm- Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!
Genre: Indie Rock
For fans of: The Pixies, Dr Dog, and The New Pornographers

High energy rock and roll you can dance to. Anthemic choruses you can shout along to after hearing for the first time. Good luck standing still during the show.

“encompassing pop-like electronics, standard rock instrumentals, and haunting indie vocals; when used in combination with the band’s shockingly powerful lyrics, a sound is created that is innovative, emotionally provocative, and enthusiastic. Hurrah! A Bolt Of Light is a vivacious and surprisingly innovative addition to indie-rock.” WSBU fm


9pm- Mappa Mundi 
Genre: Chamber Pop/ Alt-Folk/ Indie Rock
For fans of: Decemberists, Devotchka, Bon Iver, Lost in the Trees, Laura Marling, San Fermin, Hey Marseille, Wild Beasts, The Head and the Heart

Mappa Mundi combines sweet chamber pop with reedy Americana, jangly folk, and snarling rock to craft epic and introspective story-songs. Helmed by composer, singer, trumpeter, and ukuleleist, Adam Levine, their new EP, At Sea (Jan 27th), blends all of these influences to create songs about loss, fear, 19th century literature, failure, love, and physics.

“Brooklyn, New York singer and songwriter Adam Levine, leader of Mappa Mundi, has no fear of sentiment. He knows that feelings need not be filtered through irony, even in the context of indie rock. On the lushly-arranged and folksy “So Obscure,” he lays his heart on the line between bathos and beauty.” —KDHX


10pm- Double Down 
Genre: Swing/Rock/Pop
For fans of: Frank Sinatra, Brian Setzer, Michael Buble, Chicago

Rat Pack style swing with a high energy, modern edge. Imagine the good old days of popular music with a modern twist! From Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin to classic pop/rock hits from the 80′s and 90′s and today, Double Down swings the hell out of everything. Take a look and discover New York City’s best kept secret that is poised to take over!

"This band has a tight sound and keeps the audience on their feet. I booked them for a dance event, and not only did the guests talk about them for weeks afterwards, they requested that we hire them for nearly every upcoming event." - Stacee Mandeville, featured dancer of Mad Hot Ballroom

"Double Down performs with an infectious energy, you can't help but tap your feet. We booked them for several gigs, and they never fail to make our events a smashing success." - Tommy Sunshine, NY impessario


8pm- Hamin Reed 
Genre: Acoustic
For fans of: Elliott Smith, Tool

Hamin Reed [hay min reid] conveys love & hate, dark & light, everything between & everything outside, and what it means to the human psyche. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1984, he has been performing regularly solo or with different musicians from all over the world. Currently based in New York City.

"An acoustic artist who challenges the notions of wood, strings, and sentiment . . . Just as much a slap in the face of your "folky" values as it is an embrace of humanity song, craft, and experiment." -- Jason Medina (Producer/Promoter, Transient Authority)

"Jeff Andrade's musical project Hamin Reed goes unparalleled in its diversity of sound and talent. His voice is warm and heartbreaking on ballads and he can rock harder than any hardcore musician I've seen. The lyrics are thought provoking and emotionally moving to whimsically entertaining. Hamin Reed crosses a plethora of genres with a facility that does not make their performances seem disjointed. It is to say that whilst traversing through a variety of styles, there exists a continuity that is never lacking. Hamin Reed is an act that defines what more acts in current state should be, talented, creative and entertaining." -- Daniel Ouellette (Performance Artist, Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin)

"Get inside the head and heart of one of the most evoking songwriters I have ever encountered. Genius insight to the world and who we are in it. I've been everywhere from Bluebird Cafe in Nashville to The Bitter End in NYC listening to hundreds of songwriters and none have been quite as prodigious as Jeff. He has inspired and ignited me as both a listener and a producer-songwriter. He has been an exquisite new addition to my ipod as well as an amazing addition to my life as a friend. Check him out. You will not regret it." -- Nicole Berkowitz (Producer-songwriter, The Willow Tree)


9pm- Phantom Pop
Genre: Fusion/Funk/Jazz
For fans of: Snarky Puppy, Lettuce, Robert Glasper Experiment

Phantom Pop is a 5 piece instrumental band from Brooklyn, NY. The group combines elements of funk, soul, and R&B with the improvisation of jazz to create their own sound.

Originally formed by Dave Lowenthal to create an album, it was quickly realized that there was something special going on. The band consists of Dave Lowenthal on electric bass, Josh Schusterman on drums, Haruka Yabuno on keyboard, Matt Giella on cornet, and Atsushi Ouchi on saxophone.


10pm- Chevy Lopez
Genre: Gnar&B (R&B/Funk/Jazz)
For fans of: Big Brother and the Holding Company, Chaka Khan, Hiatus Kaiyote, Amy Whinehouse

Chevy Lopez is a high-energy Gnar&B band that tours the tri-state and beyond, blending everything from R&B to reggae. A mix of New Jersey and NYC dwellers, Chevy Lopez has come a long way from its cover band roots. Their original tunes now bring audiences to the brink of frenzied, funkadelic, fanaticism. Featuring: Lexi Todd on Vocals, Greg Warren on Lead Guitar, Julian Massiah on Saxophone, Chris Cielazewicz on Drums, Giovanni Stockton-Roussini on Bass Guitar, and Ryan McShea on Rhythm Guitar/Keyboard/Percussion. Chevy Lopez is an old soul with a fresh, funky twist. 

"With a striking leading lady and her sultry vocal skills, the funk-reggae-jam-rock-fusion ban Chevy Lopez has something extra special..." -Victoria Lassonde - The Sandpaper

"Chevy Lopez flat out killed it with their soulful, jazz-rock fusion style and impressive jam sessions." -- Michael Molinaro, The Sandpaper


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

The Way Back Machine: Sunday in the Park with Sondheim 
Join us for a screening of the original cast production of Into the Woods. A month has passed, with enough time to rant, rave, or generally ponder the new movie version with Mery and Depp. Now it's time to sing-a-long with the version that started it all!
9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: Flash Gordon

8pm- Robin Irene Moss
Genre: singer/songwriter
For fans of: Ingrid Michaelson, Regina Spektor, Ella Fitzgerald

Robin Irene is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter. She writes and sings honest, passionate, sometimes sassy songs from the heart. Inspired by classic jazz, Motown, folk, and contemporary singer/songwriters, she has a unique sound. Her upcoming EP is titled, “I Like You”.


9pm- Chris Sherman
Genre: psychedelic folk
For fans of: Donovan, George Harrison, Syd Barrett

Chris Sherman, singer/ guitarist/ composer of Brooklyn psych rock band Sky Picnic, weaves a series of pastoral and pensive acid-folk songs on the more melancholy side.

“Opener "Time Must Have Stopped" is the most straightforward track here, and shows Sherman's much hinted at Donovan influence more strongly than anything we've heard from him yet - a gentle psychedelic folk song with a strong melody, and a graceful sitar accompaniment weaving in and out.” - http://active-listener.blogspot.com/2013/03/chris-sherman-sandalwood-haze-review.html

“Sherman keeps the waking edge billowing and free of sticky inertia. Like everything else here, it’s a rich smoky mix of the earthy and the ethereal, both sides working together for escape in tandem.”- http://mratavist.com/2013/03/02/chris-shermansandalwood-haze/


10pm- Graz
Genre: Acoustic, Folk, Alternative, Jam band, Folk-Rock, Blues, Improvisational, Americana
Fans of: The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Bob Dylan, moe., Elvis Costello, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Joe Strummer/The Clash, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Townes Van Zandt, The Decemberists, Bob Marley, The Band, Led Zeppelin, Blind Melon

Graz is an one-man band/singer-songwriter who performs well-written, catchy originals and fresh takes on classic covers.


11pm- Martina Fiserova
Genre: folk jazz
For fans of: Joni Mitchell, Lizz Wright, Kate Bush, Tracy Chapman

An experienced singer from Prague, Czech republic, performing her original music. Martina Fiserova has been surrounded by musicians since the moment she was born. It took her many years to realize and accept the fact that she was becoming a musician herself. After a decade spent gaining experience on the Prague Jazz Scene (from blues and fusion oriented bands to collaborations with international bands, backing up rock stars and diving into silence with music therapy), she decided to get her ass kicked by New York City. Come check out her unique songwriting approach and intimate yet emotional vocal performance.

“Her voice is graceful, and her phrasing and delivery are right on tempo.” - James Nadal, All About Jazz

“Her biography is impressive. (...) Jazz pop? Folk jazz? Either way it's cool, and if this is the sort of stuff she is capable of writing then I hope there is more on the way.” - Tony Emmerson, Prague Jazz Blogspot


8pm- Victoire Oberkampf
Genre: French/English Folk/Indie
For fans of:  Lisa Hannigan, Camille, Keren Ann, Damien Rice, Feist, First aid Kit, Johnny Flynn, Laura Marling.

Victoire Oberkampf uses her voice to express her heart, and her guitar to carry this all. Largely inspired by british folk song-writers as Lisa Hannigan or First Aid Kit, she writes French songs like the English-ones, with the same taste for melancoly and story-telling, and paying attention to balance her main instrument between sweetness and strengh. Her music is also inspired by her travels in Africa and Brasil, where she lives.

«A singing Elf» (Arièle Buteaux, France musique), «a young lady full of talent » (Francis Zegut, RTL2)


9pm- Amandla Turner 
Genre: Rock/Folk
For Fans Of: Sara Bareilles, Avril Lavigne, Kt Tunstall, Norah Jones, Ingrid Michaelson

Singer/Songwriter from Brooklyn NY. The music embodies Rock and Folk influenced by Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, John Mayer and James Taylor.


10pm- Steal Rain

11pm- Peter Wise
Genre: alt pop/folk
For fans of: Jeff Buckley, Matt Corby, Allen Stone, Gary Clark Jr.

Singer/songwriter Peter Wise (ASCAP) has a lifelong passion for music, playing guitar and piano for over 16 years. A 2014 graduate of NYU, Wise’s sound has been described as alt pop and folk/soul, fusing a wide variety of musical genres to make his own pop/rock style. Blending the early '70s folk/rock lyricism and the modern indie/rock soundscapes and production, Wise’s sound has been compared from everyone from Jeff Buckley and Paul Simon to John Mayer, Bon Iver, and Matt Corby. Studying music at NYU connected him with some of the industries’ best. He studied privately with award winning and multi Grammy-nominated songwriter Phil Galdston and opened for iconic American band The Eagles at a sold-out Beacon Theater in November 2012.

Firmly entrenched in the New York music scene for the past four years, Wise played a full Studio At Webster Hall in support of Green River Ordinance on their North American tour and is a frequent player at Rockwood Music Hall, Arlene’s Grocery, as well as The Bitter End, where he held the release party for his album When Day Breaks on Saturday, November 23rd, 2013. With a fan base fast increasing, Wise was a featured performer at Musikfest on the Martin Guitar Lyrikplatz stage in August 2014, and recently played to packed audiences in Boston.

Brooklyn-based Wise continues to perform throughout the New York City area, and has started to expand his fanbase, with upcoming shows in St. Louis and Illinois.

After releasing a four-song EP entitled Don’t Walk Away in October of 2012, Wise spent the summer of 2013 working on his debut LP When Day Breaks, released in November of 2013.  He has now started licensing music featured on both release to TV shows, most recently with the show Bring Your Own Board – Orange County. Wise continues to work on release new music, with his newest single, Quiet, out this past October.

“On his latest album, When Day Breaks, Peter Wise fuses the upbeat songwriting like that of Simon & Garfunkel with the wistful yearnings of classic folk and Americana. Opening with ‘To Be Free’, it’s clear that Peter Wise has the musical chops and writing sensibilities to put together an engaging track. Laced with lap steel and heartwarming descending basslines, there are plenty of treats to be found along the way, with snappy guitar work and head-bobbing dropped beats.” – Chris Marsh, Skope Mag

“Hailing from Boston, Peter Wise, currently living in NYC impressed us with his strong jazz and indie rock influences within his music. From first listening to his track “Hatteras” I immediately saw the striking influences of John Mayer-esque guitar picking, mixed with the tambor and harmonies from Bon Iver. Selecting Peter’s music for the show was a no brainer.” – BYOB Artist Spotlight


8pm- Mar Salá
Genre: Flamenco-pop
For fans of: Rosario, Bebe, La Mala Rodriguez

Based in Brooklyn, Marta Hernández, (aka Mar Salá) is an international singer songwriter, a self taught musician from Seville, Spain. With the collaboration of many accomplished musicians from all over the world, she mixes Latin sounds such as Rumba Flamenca, Brazilian rhythms and Spanish pop, with swing and Rock.

"Mar Salá is pure energy, like a volcano in control" Jose Miguel López. Radio 3.RNE


9pm- David Luther
Genre: Rhythm n' Blues, Soul, Rock
For fans of: Little Richard, Sam Cooke, The Coasters, Stax Records, Junior Walker, Los Lobos, The Band

David Luther is a saxophonist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist hailing from Michigan, and residing in Brooklyn. A pursuit of jazz eventually yielded to the carnal delights of rhythm n' blues and rock n' roll, especially that of the early days when shuffle was king, dancing was all but compulsory, and a honking saxophone reigned as the original lead guitar. The love and reverence for this music has informed a number of projects over the years, including the most current, The Free Alternatives: a loose confederation of like-minded musicians on a lifelong quest for indelible grooves and deep pockets. David has been a member of Meat Loaf's band for seven years, involving a number of world tours, TV appearances, and recently, a residency in Las Vegas. He has also appeared with Bettye Lavette, Katy Perry, Jimmy McGriff, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Reuben Wilson, The Temptations, Clarence Clemmons, and the Easy Star All-Stars.


10pm- The Loneliers 
Genre: Punk/twee/indie
For fans of: The Ramones and Sex Pistols  

We're Fast. We're Sweet.We're tough. We're Punk.  


11pm- Breanna Barbara


“intriguing, intense, fun, lo-fi original punk blues resonator guitarist/singer  Breanna Barbara ignites the stage with vocals so raw powerful you leave hypnotized ” – New York Daily Music 


7:00pm- Astronomy on Tap
10pm- Three Pints Shy
Genre: Irish Rock Band
For fans of: Black 47, The Pogues, U2


11pm- Dream Boss
Genre: Indie Rock
For fans of: Dirty Projectors, Stereolab, American Analog Set, Talk Talk, Real Estate

DREAM BOSS is a promising, consonant four-piece band based in New York. Armed with three-part vocal harmonies, electric swells, and non-traditional rhythms, DREAM BOSS draws influence from all music that has ever come before it order to echo-locate the elusive emotional core of human experience. Will they find it?

“Flanked by dueling guitar lines dialed in from a lost Cap’n Jazz track, “Memorize” only gets odder once the baritone vocals emerge and force the Edwyn Collins comparison. But the melody on “Memorize” is dreamier than anything Collins did during Orange Juice’s prime; less breathless than “Rip It Up” and more self-assured than “Falling and Laughing,” this is a stylishly cocky slice of indie pop. “ –OVRLD.com, in reference to previous EP

(EP from of our previous project, recorded in Austin TX)

8pm- Yoav Shlomov Quintet
Genre: Contemporary Jazz
For fans of: Pink Floyd, John Coltrane, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Omer Avital, Robert Glasper, Yoni Rechter  

Yoav Shlomov Quintet includes some of the greatest musicians from around the world living in New York today, most of them come from the jazz scene in the city. They play original music with lots of soul and their music associates with Pink Floyd, Progressive rock bands from the 70’s, Swing, Jazz and Mediterranean Folk. 


9pm- Dahlia Dumont and the Trio du Monde
Genre: World (mostly reggae and swing in French and in English, but there's also tango, ska, samba, and waltz)
For fans of: Alpha Blondy meets Edith Piaf, Gotan Project, Goran Brehovic, Billie Holiday, Kana, Tiken Jah Fakoly, the Clash

Brooklyn girl Dahlia Dumont, with a past in Senegal and France, brings her Francophone influences to her music, performing original reggae, ska and tango jams in French and in English, as well as some old-time French and American swing and "chanson" standards. Singing and playing ukulele, Dahlia is accompanied by George Saenz from South Texas on button accordion and trombone, and Yoshiki Yamada from Japan on upright bass. Collectively they are called the Trio du Monde, or the Trio of the World.



Indiegogo campaign to make first album!!!: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/from-nurse-to-musician-dahlia-dumont-s-first-album

10pm- Tim Haufe
Genre: Indie/Folk/Acoustic
For fans of: Elliott Smith, Jeff Buckley, Daniel Rossen, Cat Stevens, Stevie Wonder

Tim Haufe is a songwriter and musician who grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY.  His music is volatile, desperate, beautiful, dynamic, and full of hope. His fifth self-produced album, The End of the Year (November 2012), has received critical acclaim. Although Haufe typically performs as a solo act, the Tim Haufe Trio presents his music in an expanded and exciting form, recalling the full band arrangements present throughout his studio work. Haufe currently lives in New York, where he is striving to establish for his music the grand reputation that it deserves.

“Tim has all the qualities one looks for in a live performance: He is in tune with the elasticity of the crowd. I could feel myself being drawn closer and closer to the music as the song went on.” -Daniel Dissinger, InStereoPress


I Know There Is Love: A Valentine's Evening
Photo Chris stain. Work by arms rock and Chris stain. Brooklyn 2009.

Spend the night at The Way Station whether you want to dance a sexy samba, leave a tear in your beer, laugh your way through a break up or listen to some dirty love songs with your loved one. Our Valentine's Evening will entertain every mood.

8pm- Zamba 2 Samba 
Genre: roots samba
For fans of: Marisa Monte, Elis Regina, Cartola, Nelson Cavaquinho, Adoniran Barbosa

Conceived as a tribute to "Samba de Raiz" or roots samba, Zamba 2 Samba delves deep into Brazil's musical past offering reinterpretations of Brazil's most joyous music from the '40's, '50's & '60's. Led by Susan Justice's beautiful, clear voice and backed by both Brazilian and a revolving group of international musicians, Zamba 2 Samba will take you to a small samba club in Lapa, Rio...at least for the night.


9pm- Stabwounds
Genre: heartbreak acoustic
For fans of: A love child of early White Stripes, Laura Marling, and the Marvelletes. See also: Lucius, Secret Sisters, Simon and Garfunkle

Stabwounds is an act of rebellion, not for all ages. All original songs: early White Stripes meets Laura Marling meets The Marvelletes. Rock music through a folk gramophone with a doo-wop kick. Some serious harmonies, some serious sex appeal.

10pm- Karen's Smutty Mind
Genre: Filthy Original Folk Songs
For fans of: Lucinda Williams, "Dr. Dirty" John Valby 

Funny Filthy Songs about Mature Adult Behavior.


11pm- Joey Verskotzi
Genre: Indie/Acoustic/Rock
For fans of: Ryan Adams, Elliot Smith, Wilco

Indie rock & acoustic folk that centers around an appreciation for a great melody.

“Joey Verskotzi’s Lemon Heart is not a windows-rolled-down summer jam. It is the record you want to put on at sunrise, when everything is quiet and you're sneaking a cigarette.” - Kansas City Pitch

"Joey Verskotzi is an old-school singer-songwriter, that beautifully dying breed of chrysalis that used to dominate the rock universe...his debut record Lemon Heart is a magnificent example of the form...powerpop...chamber-pop (the love of nifty arrangements and perfect harmonies), indie-pop...perfect melodies & terrific singing all the way through,"- l'etoile Magazine!!


Midnight special- The Fantastic Plastics
Genre: Neo New Wave
For fans of: Devo, The Flaming Lips, Man or Astroman?, B-52s, The Faint, The Cars, Blondie, The White Stripes

If Devo and The White Stripes hooked up and had a love child that child would be The Fantastic Plastics. A 2 piece Girl/Boy combo, The Fantastic Plastics deliver big sound with their Moog synth, big rock guitars, and electro drum and bass. Their electric stage show is enhanced with vintage TVs, and Atari Video Music machine, costumes, and songs you can’t help but sing along to all night long.  We Are Obsolete!

https://soundcloud.com/thefantasticplastics/overtime  --- Overtime!
https://soundcloud.com/thefantasticplastics/we-are-obsolete --- We Are Obsolete
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgqh_R2LPYs --- Under The Knife (video) 


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

The Way Back Machine: Batman 
Before Christian Bale, before George Clooney, before Val Kilmer, before Michael Keaton, there was Adam West.  With his trusty Burt Ward, he defended Gotham City from villains more flamboyant than a Pride Parade with evil plans more ridiculous and complex than the United States government.  Will there be trivia and prizes?  Will the bar hostess serve her usual awesome drinks?  Tune in February 15th to find out.  Same Way Station time.  Same Way Station channel.

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: Battle Beyond the Stars

8pm- John Powers
Genre: FOLK

John Powers: A Refreshing, Unique Musical Experience
John Powers is a multi-talented singer, songwriter and musician who hails from Brooklyn, NY. John has dabbled in a number of musical styles throughout his career, such as pop, country and blues and is even known to be the only artist to see three of his songs rise to "mp3.com's" top ten chart at the same time. He has, for a while, composed and performed songs with fellow mp3.com artist Mickey Dean, with whom he had songs appearing on 2 albums of Mickey's titled “Mickey Dean and His Talking Guitar” and "Mickey in NashVegas".  John's musical talent as a singer/songwriter has also allowed him to be sought out and produced as a solo artist by none other than Jim Klein, the Emmy award winning producer and writer for the popular American television show “One Life To Live”. Today John is performing very successfully as a solo artist. Influenced by the likes of Nick Drake, Jon Martyn and Cat Stevens, John has successfully developed a very unique and inspiring style making his music and song lyrics a refreshing, intimate and rewarding experience.


John Powers – Elegant NYC Folk With Stories To Tell

“JOHN POWERS- Been Around is soft and heartwarming music that will put you in a relaxed mood just by listening to it. Sometimes you find an artist that seems to fit perfectly in the mold of their genre. The look matches, the voice matches, and the feel just matches.These artists fit even better when they are located in the perfect scene for their sound and have the venues to share it with eager listeners. One artist that fits this description is our latest find John Powers.”


9pm- Collin Couvillion w/ Lautaro Burgos
Genre: blues/folk
For fans of: Beck, Tom Waits, R.L. Burnside, Jack White

After playing in numerous bands and serving as a vocalist/percussionist for the long running off-broadway show De La Guarda, Collin struck out on his own creating his own unique musical gumbo. Collin jumps from deep blues, folk standards, his own songs, and even some 80's one hit wonders. Collin's wrote the score for the film "Objects Attack!" which is currently winning awards and taking names on the independent festival circuit. He can also be seen warbling and making quite a racket in the show Fuerza Bruta currently playing in Union Square.


10pm- Adrienne Tooley 

Genre: singer/songwriter, folk
For fans of: Jenny Lewis, Laura Marling, First Aid Kit, Gregory Alan Isakov

With a background in Musical Theatre and a deep love for the folk music of the 1970's, California born, New York City based singer/songwriter Adrienne Tooley's music features fingerpicking and sweet, heartfelt vocals, that have garnered comparisons to Carole King and Joan Baez, as well as contemporaries like Jenny Lewis and Laura Marling.


11pm- Mountain Animation
Genre: Psych-Folk
For fans of: Townes Van Zandt and King Crimson

Up-tempo and ecstatic rock music played with banjos and violins.

“Zack Orion and Scott Murphy's music is rhythmically playful yet possesses pathos that's hard to shake.” -Aarik Danielsen, Columbia Daily Tribune


TUESDAY 2/17- Mardi Gras
Join The Way Station for our 4th Annual Mardi Gras Extravaganza complete with red-hot bands, beads, and our Get Phat Tuesday Abita Beer specials. At 9:30PM, we invite you to shake your ass in a Second Line down Washington Avenue before the Lenten season begins.

8pm- A Flying Dodo Society
Genre: jungle-pop, anti-folk, crooner, musical theater
For fans of: Belle & Sebastian, Cole Porter, Daniel Johnston, The Muppets, Pavement, Billie Holiday, Alan Menken, Gene Austin, The Beach Boys

A Flying Dodo Society is a husband-wife-and-friend brooklyn-based music project. They make playful melodic songs about love, nature, cannibalism and absurdity drenched in a measureless wonderment at the inescapability of extinction.

With members from Argentina, Puerto Rico and the United States, they have accomplished hundreds of smiles and sing-alongs playing in all types of settings; from the forests of Córdoba, to terraces looking out on the Caribbean Sea, to underground venues in NYC.

"If you like your breakfast cereal with dry leaves and powdered skulls, this is the music for you. The songs are deceptively sweet and crunchy, but there is plenty of marrow in every bite." Club de Folk, Rosario, Argentina

"The most fun I've had at a live show in years! They make the crowd help out with special effects (sparklers, bubbles, etc.) and encourage everyone to sing along. I left the show feeling I was truly part of the Society."  Conboca, Puerto Rico


9pm- The Nevermind Orchestra
9:30pm- Second Line down Washington Avenue
Genre: Brass Band & Grunge
For fans of: Nirvana, Bonerama, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Rebirth Brass Band

The Nevermind Orchestra is the world’s only Nirvana brass band. We use the raw power of a New Orleans-style brass band to reinterpret the raw power of Nirvana. You won’t just hear power chords and rock beats (though you will), you won’t just hear traditional second line grooves (though you will), and you won’t just hear beautiful brass chorale arrangements (though, guess what, you will!). You will hear Nirvana in a way you’ve never heard before, and we guarantee you it will excite you just as much as Kurt, Dave, and Krist did back in the day.

“There's no shortage of Nirvana cover bands floating around but none are quite like the Nevermind Orchestra. Come as you are, and see what happens when Seattle grunge meets the New Orleans brass-band tradition.” — Derek Schwartz, Time Out New York

“If you have “mosh while someone plays a tuba” on your bucket list, this is the place to be.” -- David Colon, Brokelyn

http://www.thenevermindorchestra.com (website)
http://www.reverbnation.com/thenevermindorchestra (audio, video, press)
http://www.youtube.com/user/NevermindOrchestra (video)
http://www.facebook.com/TheNevermindOrchestra (Facebook)

11pm- Gloria Isaiah
Genre: Latin RB World Music
For fans of: Santana, Enrique Iglesias, Fania, Bruno Mars, Fela Kuti

It’s a latin/rb/rock fusion. Celebrating my love of Latin and American music. It’s for the body and the soul.

"With all eyes on her, Gloria Isaiah impressed us all with her thoughts on her music as a whole and the impact she's looking to make." — Voiceless Music


8pm- Manifest Sons 
Genre: Electronic folk
For fans of: Beck, The Fall, Talking Heads, public access TV religious programming, Italian horror movies

MANIFEST SONS periodically release prophetic dispatches for the victorious electronic church in these latter days. Our songs will help you get everything right and make friends in the city through the supernatural power of the NES soundchip and rad bouzouki solos. The group is a ministry of siblings Adam Murphy (bouzouki, “singing”) and Debra Murphy (voice, iPhone 5s), with spiritual advice and marketing handled by Bill Belshazzar.


9pm- Daphne Lee Martin 
Genre: Songwriter/Electronic
For fans of: Bat for Lashes, Portishead, Aimee Mann

After a whirlwind affair with roots music, garnering her several songwriting and performance awards, including CT Music Awards' 2012 Country Artist of the Year and Whalie Awards' Album of the Year, Daphne Lee Martin is back in force with a new collection of songs on her latest pair of records, Frost & Moxie (Telegraph Recording Company). Since its release, the albums have been featured on The Needle Drop, Rolling Stone contributor Eric Danton's Listen, Dammit, NPR's Where We Live, No Depression, WTNH's CT Style, The Day's Live Lunch Break, and Boston Dig, Surviving the Golden Age, Daytrotter, Radio K, as well as a number of other national blogs and zines. Moxie charted in the Top 200 CMJ weekly chart (with over 45 adds) and was included in Under the Radar's official SXSW Sampler followed by three national tours including SXSW. In 2014 Daphne was nominated in the New England Music Awards for Female Performer of the Year as well as the CT Music Awards Singer/Songwriter of the Year.

"Channeling Peggy Lee singing in some interstellar speakeasy backed by Jack White, where the fashion of bowler hats and bow ties are mixed with Go Go boots and mini-skirts" -Rick Bowen, No Depression

"Lemme tell you it's a badly behaved set of tracks. It's a liquored up weekend whose hangover lasts well into the work week." -Anthony Fantano, The Needle Drop

"Moxie is an altogether different affair. Less a collection of songs – more a soundtrack to a wild burlesque show. Underwater, dreamy vocals, you hear reggae beats under New Orleans horns….bossa nova…honky tonk…Gypsy and swing….all in a late-night cabaret. " -John Dankosky, NPR

“The music is a little dirty, a little dangerous but a hell of a good time.” - Chip McCabe, CT.com

”Cheeky, and full of verve and swing... equal to anything Dr. John might have conjured up in his voodoo lair.” - Vincent Bator, Examiner.com

“With her strong writing style and sultry vocal delivery, Martin has you in the palm of her hand from track one.” - Troy Michael, Innocent Words Chicago



10pm- Andrew and Ashley
Genre: Indie Singer/Songwriter
For fans of: The XX, Ben Harper, First Aid Kit

Andrew and Ashley are a New York-based folk duo that jumps from heartbreak to humor before you can finish your whiskey.  Andrew Bancroft’s original lyrics and guitar licks are complemented by Ashley Flanagan’s powerful vocals. They will be joined by the talented multi-instrumentalist Yair Evnine on cello. If the mood strikes, you may be privy to an audience-inspired freestyle rap. Either way, you will hear something unique.

Bancroft has been has been featured on Mtv’s TRL and in Rolling Stone and TIME.  

"Even better, Ashley Perez Flanagan…delivers a sweetly touching 'Another Suitcase in Another Hall.'" –The New York Times (review of Evita)


11pm- zanzibar holy rites

Thursday 2/19
8pm- Dan Burnett 
Genre: Soul/blues/funk
For fans of: Marc Broussard, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Donny Hathaway

UK based piano vocalist Dan Burnett has performed extensively in the UK and Europe, and has written music that has been used internationally on TV and Film. This February he is making his debut trip to NYC, so catch him while you can…

‘A seriously good piano player’ - Paul Jones (Manfred Mann/The Blues Band)

‘Really great playing’ - John Williamson (The Animals)

‘What a set of pipes!’ - Neil Morrissey (Actor/Comedian, UK)


9pm- Parade Grounds

We're a group of close friends that like to play music together. We blend vocal harmony styles of 50's and 60's pop with the traditional storytelling and heartbreak of folk music.

"A self-titled release consisting of seven musical gems, the band is set on creating music that is raw with emotion and topped with an indie/folk sound" -Indie Shuffle


10pm- The Waysties
The Waysties leave their barstools and take the stage for a night of raucous Irish songs and Irished-up rock covers. Featuring The Rose West's Alex and Robare, Painless Parker's Noam, Molly  of Mist Covered Mountains and Sarah Biz.

11pm- Mr. Kincaid 
Genre: Alt Guitar Rock
For fans of: Guadalcanal Diary, Replacements, Buzzcocks, Pixies, Early REM, Hudu Gurus, Soul Assylum

Mr. Kincaid was born out of the visceral remains of the Brooklyn alternative rock scene. Made up of four veterans of the Brooklyn scene, Mr. Kincaid has created a miasma of crunchy, angry, cranky, happy and sometimes down right hilarious sounds. Some call it music, others call it a revelation, a tete-a-tete with the rock and roll Gods (these people are usually on some kind of prescription medication for a rare bi-polar disorders). Call it what you like, it won’t come when you call it anyway. In keeping with their inspiration, they say “We’re Havin’ a ball and just getting it all together.”  Cryptic? Possibly. Arcane most definitely, it’s what they live for.


8pm-12am- Tasmericana Night: An evening of music by Australian and New Zealand bands influenced by indie, folk and Americana music.

8pm- Ben R. Mackie
Genre: folk, country, Americana
For fans of: Neil Young, Whiskeytown, Townes Van Zandt, Big Star

Melbourne, Australia songwriter Ben R. Mackie “mixes folk and country inspired sounds with a distinctively Melbournian soul” (Beat Magazine) to create music that is stripped back, delicate but rough-around-the-edges: An outsider’s slant on the Americana genre.

No stranger to the world of live music, Mackie has been performing in bands since he was just a kid, along the way taking out many of Australia’s finest music prizes (including the country’s largest alternative radio station Triple J’s “Top Song” competition). Recording deals followed, as did tours with some of the nation’s finest musical acts.

In late 2013, Mackie decided it was time for a change of scenery. Armed with his Hummingbird, harmonica and a deep love for the rich history of American music, he left behind the comforts of his band and city for a new beginning in Brooklyn, New York.


9pm- City Walls Autumn Falls
Genre: Folk
For fans of: Simon and Garfunkel, Ryan Adams

Led by brothers Anthony and David Gill, City Walls Autumn Falls represents a fresh force in the Folk music world. Together they write the kind of songs that take residence in the head and heart, mixing raw emotion with powerful, almost Viking-like guitar playing. Valhalla meets Big Pink.

From their earliest days, Anthony and David dedicated themselves to their music, playing and practicing until their fingers bled. After extensive touring in their home country of Australia, they traversed ocean after ocean to make Brooklyn their home. There, they carved out a cult-like following among New York natives and transplants alike.


10pm- The Hookey Brothers
Genre: Folk-rock-blues
For fans of: Ryan Adams, Nirvana, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, MGMT

Rooted in folk, with a slathering of 90s alt rock, old school Hank country and cooked in the harsh Australian desert.

On his debut album Misdiagnosed, “The misdiagnosis could be in trying to find just one pigeonhole for what our man Harry Hookey does. But whatever it is, he does it very well.” – Ross Clelland – themusic.com.au

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HarryHookey
Website - http://www.harryhookey.com/
“Sometimes” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZrUTWOD0rs
“Man on fire” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc1Hph8BeT4
“Where I’ll be found” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3Egwf9lhjg

11pm- Stanley John Mitchell and His Band of Buddies
Genre: Americana/singer -songwriter
For fans of: Mumford and Sons, Neil Finn, Chuck berry

Native New Zealander Stanley John Mitchell is a veteran of the New York alternative scene. After arriving here with legendary Kiwi band ‘The Drongos’ Stanley J soon established himself as a songwriting force. His current band ‘Stanley John Mitchell and his Band of Buddies’ plays original material inspired by the Americana/Roots American style he loves so much. These influence’s, along with Stan’s own South Pacific background make for a delightfully original sound.

“A delightful mélange of funk rhythms, country harmonies, precisely layered guitar counterpoint and airy folk-rock sounds, with many influences, old and new, absorbed into a delightfully original sound”. - Robert Palmer. New York Times


5pm- Crimson Pirates
Genre: Folk, shanties, songs of the sea
For fans of: Irish folk music

The Crimson Pirates take Celtic and folk classics and originals, update them, fuel them with percussion and wrap them in five part harmonies. Lately we’ve been obsessed with songs about drinking, dying, love gone horribly wrong and squid. Pirate rule: Everyone sings. Plus, Robin Flanagan plays concertina, Ann Alford mans the mando, Kelly Kilcoyne rocks the six-string uke and Dan O’Driscoll and Don Kilcoyne make things go shaka-shaka-boom. If you know the song, sing along.


8pm- Goddess Lakshmi
Genre: Indy Rock
For fans of: Elvis Costello, Squeeze, B-52s, Talking Heads, Rubblebucket, 

Named for the Hindu goddess of abundance The Goddess Lakshmi cut their teeth playing weekly shows at the rough and tumble Paris Blues bar in Harlem. A confluence of diverse influences from blues, blues rock, blue grass and reggae with hints of Jazz and German metal.

"The Goddess Lakshmi is a prime example of the thriving jazz and folk sounds that came together during the Harlem Renaissance with nods to the beatnik cool of the early '60s. Harlem is the birthplace of the band and its honed musical style, most evident in the swinging notes carrying the band’s front-woman Kosi through tracks like, “I Want You For My Man”. The Goddess Lakshmi has harnessed a sound that is all their own and with a wealth of experience upon which to attribute it to...

...The new album, LOVE, is the product of one exhausting, yet rewarding journey complete with ‘cuts, scratches, and cigarette burns’. The recording and mixing process ended with a flow of sound amplified by more textural qualities: close-knit rhythm sections, soul-drenched vocals, and story-lines about love: both wanting and losing it." — Adrienne Bess, JOONBUG  


Photo Credit: Michael Baumann

9pm- Pete Lanctot and the Stray Dogs
Genre: Experimental Folk Blues
For fans of: Tom Waits, John Cale, Ernest Tubb, The Mississippi Sheiks

New York Music Daily writes that, "Pete Lanctot personifies pretty much everything good about New York's most happening music scene." His songs are surreal and mysterious narratives featuring sordid casts of characters who’s origins are vague, and seem equally likely to be found in present day New York City, a Memphis juke joint of the 1920s or hitchhiking a depression era plains state highway. Steeped in American traditions of blues, folk and country. Backed by The Stray Dogs, a talented and versatile cast of musicians and improvisers Lanctot’s music is original, rabble rousing, heartbreaking and soul searching, always exploring the non-traditional without relying on reproduction.


10pm- Dawn Drake & ZapOte
Genre: Afro-Latin Funk
For fans of: Antibalas, Budos Band, ESG, Jamiroquoi, Chico Mann, Cumbiagra, English Beat, Police

Taking its name from a luscious fruit in Cuba known as "ZapOte", this band is an original Funk Latin Afro-Beat band lead by Dawn Drake, bassist/conguera/singer/songwriter and composer, who manages to wear several hats while setting the scene with her own brand of cool. Her original music takes the listener and dancer into a zone where House, Funk, Afro-beat, Samba, Afro-Cuban rhythms and Jazz are right at home. Poetic lyrics spread messages of universal consciousness, delivered with heartfelt vocals, and are joined with the irresistible grooves of Latin percussion, funky bass, swinging horn lines and improvisation.

BAM CAFE LIVE  –Darrell McNeill
"Dawn Drake and her band ZapOte are at the beginnings of a fascinating journey to enthusiastically bridge chasms of cultural and gender disconnect that plagues so much of pop music's body politic. To hear them is to imagine early period jam sessions between Laura Nyro and Carole King with Sly Stone and Sergio Mendes sitting in. Theirs is a playfully intense dynamic that needs to be seen more."

-Darrell McNeill, Black Rock Coalition Director of Operations & CURATOR of BAM Café LIVE, Brooklyn Academy of Music GO MAGAZINE  –Jenny Lazar
"Dawn contributes heavy Afro-Caribbean licks on congas, bongós and Brazilian caixa as a partial list...and it's no amateur hour..."

Dawn Drake  –Meewsic Records
"Cuban, African & South American styles mesh together into delicious jazz/pop fusion; a wonderful backdrop for Dawn's sassy vocals. She also arranged the horns (excellent job), played bass and did all the percussion; a truly multi-talented performer!" Brian Fox, Meewsic Records

Jules Bistro Presents Dawn Drake  –Jules Bistro
"This saucy debut by soul sistah Dawn Drake is an incredible gift to the world of world music! She skillfully weaves together her bold poetic lyrics, melodic vocals, and a fusion of danceable rhythms performed by herself and a very talented band of musicianados. You'll love the horns, the deep bass, the compelling percussion..."

Luis Da Silva, Jules Bistro, NYC Third Street Music Concert Series Presents Dawn Drake & ZapOte Salsa -
"[They] were the hit of the season!"  Beth Flusser, Talent Booker for Music in Abe Lebewohl Park.



Midnight Special- Hambone Relay
Genre: Soul Jazz/Funk
For fans of: Soulive, The New Mastersounds, Lettuce, Galactic, Medeski Martin & Wood, Robert Walter

Hambone Relay is a soul jazz organ trio based in Philadelphia, PA. HR3 shrewdly explores the genres of soul, jazz, funk, R&B, blues, and rock. Their live performances deliver brazen jams and contagious grooves with a familiar yet altogether refreshing sonic palette, tipping a hat to such artists as Soulive, Grant Green, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and The New Mastersounds.


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

The Way Back Machine: Dirty Dancing
A 1960’s movie with 1980’s music. With Patrick Swayze acting. And singing. And dancing. With sloppy love and perfect moves. Take Baby out of the corner and join us as we have the “Time Of Our Life”.

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: The Black Hole

8pm- Wool & Grant
Genre: Singer/songwriter acoustic
For fans of: Indigo Girls, Dixie Chicks

They come from different places -- Ina May Wool as a character-driven singer-songwriter and Bev Grant as a topical songwriter. WOOL&GRANT’s songs tell their life stories. They celebrate South African grandmothers on a soccer team, and they shine a powerful light on the short, spectacular life of Janis Joplin. WOOL&GRANT remind us with grace and power that wild women don't have the blues.

“My favorite duo since Thelma and Louise. They got chops, heart, and soul-stirring harmonies.”  David Massengill

“Woody Guthrie meets Laura Nyro.” -Mary Sue Twohy, Program Director at Sirius XM Radio


9pm- Kyle Taylor
Genre: Folk/Rock
For fans of: Damien Rice, Noah Gundersen

Acoustic folk/rock, with a pop edge. Mostly melancholy and usually catchy.


10pm- Walking Tree 
Genre: Progressive Folk
For fans of: Nick Drake, Paul Simon, Jim O’Rourke, Jane’s Addiction, Kurt Vile, Tortoise

Cascades of fingerpicked guitar arpeggios of abnormal chords and soaring, ethereal vocal melodies characterize WalkingTree’s unique sound. Lyrics of a personal nature accent the moody atmosphere created by their performance. When he performs as a solo act, lead singer Charlie Kessenich brings the vulnerability he attempts to create in his music out to the forefront. The end product is an experience of a unique perspective on the world, one that all attendees will surely feel a part of by the end of the show. 


11pm- Richard Bryant
Genre: Singer/songwriter
For fans of: Cash/Dylan/Waits/Earle/Hank

Richard Bryant drives his guitar down found highways, through lost hedges and back alleys, even straying way over in the Territory prowling for the odd chord or dying note that might give shape to some musical notion he’s taken. He found a minor sixth chord in Arkansas once, but traded it for a flat fiver on Staten Island. Prying ears might hear a Luther Perkins lick leaning into a jazz cliché, all propped up by Howlin’ Wolf’s kickstand, replete with rack harmonica chugging nervously like a Hummer waiting for a tune-up. For all that, the tunes are hummable. Bryant takes leave of the ordinary, except when the ordinary serves his purpose.

 “#197 with a bullet!” according to Dave Miller’s ranking of “The Waltz of the Blue Devils” at nothingbutgoodthings.blogspot.com – top 300 songs of the 1990s – a tune Bryant created (seems like only) yesterday.


7:45pm- Art Talks Brooklyn
An informal speaker series highlighting the importance of Brooklyn art initiatives and how they positively impact our community. Monthly, we invite three speakers, each allotted 15 minutes, to talk about their organization's history, mission and creative public programming.  

StoryCorps, Christina Stanton, Door-to-Door Facilitator
StoryCorps is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Since 2003, tens of thousands of everyday people have shared life stories with family and friends through StoryCorps. Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to share, and is preserved at the American Folklife Center at the LIbrary of Congress. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, and millions listen to our broadcasts on NPR's Morning Edition and on storycorps.org

Textile Arts Center

Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance
9pm- Tripeg Lobo
It’s 10 days after Valentine’s Day, and the dead of winter in NY…a perfect time for Murderous Love Songs. Nothing but murderous love songs. 

Performers do one cover of a murder ballad, and one original ballad using either a story from traditional murder ballad or based on a more contemporary story. 

11pm- The Woodland Conference 
Genre: Folk Rock & Roll
For fans of: Okkervil River, Wilco, The National, That Band You Heard in the Basement of that Party Once But You Had A Lot to Drink and What Was Their Name Again?

A rotating group of folk, rock and Broadway musical folks strumming some strings for at least 45 minutes. In fact exactly 45 mintues. If you think about time travel, or bourbon (or time traveling while drinking bourbon), or were hoping to hear a (slightly homo-erotic) love song about a fighting robot—then The Woodland Conference just might be the band for you!


4th Aniversary Party

9pm- Eric Vitoff
Genre: looping/acoustic/house/dance
For fans of: Daft Punk, James Blake, Reggie Watts, John Mayer, Bag Raiders

Long Island born and raised and now Brooklyn based, Eric Vitoff's tunes toe the imaginary line between the genres of house/dance and acoustic singer-songwriter. Equipped just with an acoustic guitar and some effects pedals, he builds pulsing, colorful beats that make your feet move and your mind wonder just where all those sounds are coming from.


10pm- Joe Benjamin & a Mighty Handful
Genre: Rock/Pop/Jazz
For fans of: Banda Magda, Queen, Jamie Cullum, Jessica Hernandez, Frank Sinatra

"Joe Benjamin & A Mighty Handful" is a collective of 11 musicians from New York City. With the help of the arranger Martin Seiler, this bands' vision is to give Swing Music a new and more 'a la mode' meaning. Influenced by and built on the musical styles of Freddie Mercury, Frank Sinatra and Roger Cicero, Joe Benjamin brings contemporary music styles and themes of modern life together in an entertaining live show. Joe Benjamin & A Mighty Handful - America's New Swing!


8pm-  Kenny Young and the Eggplants
Genre: Intergalactic folk-and-roll
For fans of: Fountains of Wayne, They Might Be Giants, Warren Zevon, The Kinks, Robyn Hitchcock, the Ramones, the Flaming Lips, Devo, the B-52s, Jonathan Richman, Violent Femmes, Ian Dury, Nick Lowe, and Life in a Blender

Brooklyn’s inimitable Kenny Young and the Eggplants play intergalactic folk-and-roll songs about giant squirrels, scary bits of cheese, aliens, time travel, inebriated crime-solving birds, and malevolent washing machines, among other important topics. Their spaceship has frequently landed in the UK, where they won a prestigious Herald Angel Award for their performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and where one of their live radio sessions was selected for a Best of the BBC Archives series. In NYC, the Eggplants received an Honorable Mention from Pop Matters for their performance at the CMJ Festival, and they were recognized with a Special Mention in a BMI songwriting competition for their monsterpiece, "The House at Creepy Lake." The most improbable honor for the band so far occurred in the pages of Time Magazine, where the author Alexander McCall Smith included the Eggplants in his "Short List" of favorite artistic discoveries. The Eggplants have recorded five albums, which have been played profusely on local station WFMU, and which have careened onto the Top 30 charts at various other college radio stations across North America.

"The Eggplants mix brainy, funny lyrics with a fine sense of what makes pop music wonderful." -- Dr. Demento

"Gentle insanity with irresistible tunes" -- The Herald

“They mix the wit of Jonathan Richman with the sound of the Nico-era Velvets to create a surreal and satirical gumbo.” -- Sunday Herald



9pm- Jim Petrie Band
Genre: Folk/Country Rock, Americana
For fans of: Gram Parsons, Jackson Browne, Ollabelle, Donna the Buffalo

Great musicianship, melodies you remember, songs you want to dance to, lyrics that say something, hearts that beat. 


10pm- The Jacks of Kings County
A Brooklyn-based country/americana/folk/rock band that will BLOW YOUR MIND with their original songs, tight arrangements, and angelic vocal harmonies.


11pm- Tenterhooks
Genre: Power Pop
For fans of: Guided By Voices, Elvis Costello, Tom Petty, Fountains of Wayne

Tenterhooks are a fantastic guitar-driven band that’s had its roots in the NYC underground dating back to the 90s East Village noise-pop scene. The band’s bristling sound is equaled only by its melody, tight, veteran group of punks blasting out heavy doses of sugar, just the way we like it. Mix in a slight tinge of late ’70s skinny tie new wave, and you’ve got a winner.


8pm- Kosi
Genre: jazz
For fans of: Nina Simone, Abbey Lincoln, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Tracy Chapman

She's got piercing eyes and a voice that's larger than her body. But, small as she is, she won't fit in a box. She switches styles more quickly than you can follow. First she's jazz, then she's blues, then she's rock, but always powerful. You definitely want to hear this girl sing... if you can handle it.

"Her music is authentic, from the heart, and her voice is blissful to listen to. She is fulfilling the early promise she showed. She has the range and tone of an angel yet the throatiness and devilment of a banshee." -- Sammy Stein [http://somethingelsereviews.com/2014/08/28/kosi-pictures-of-us-2014/]

"Can a person be bold and polite? Can their music supersede what traditional blues emanate, and go deeper, with universal appeal? Yeah…Kosi can." -- Pete Carma [http://streetcredmusic.blogspot.com/2014/07/pictures-of-usthe-follow-up-cd-by-kosi.html]

"From jazz to blues to neo-soul: it’s all there, pre-tapped and ready to be heard, but with such freshness of vision that it could be from no other singer. This is Kosi’s strength, a raw yet elegant presentation that explodes with originality…" -- Tyron Grillo [http://ecmreviews.com/2014/04/14/kosi/]


9pm- Arun Ramamurthy Trio
Genre: Carnatic Jazz
For fans of: Ravi Shankar, Shakti, Cross-over Jazz

The Arun Ramamurthy Trio (ART) performs Jazz Carnatica. Rooted in the style of the virtuoso violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath, Arun brings a fresh approach to the age-old South Indian classical repertoire. The trio’s collaborative sound is driven by the propulsive rhythm section of drummer Sameer Gupta & and bassist Perry Wortman. The Carnatic canon is remixed in this seamless integration of styles as the group expands on the traditional compositions in explosive, improvisational flights of fancy. Arun’s original compositions pay homage to Carnatic rhythmic structures and rich tonalities while expanding the music with a modern jazz backbeat.

 “…a beautiful, exotic, ear-opening listening experience.” (All About Jazz)

“…..a captivating and inspirational listening experience, worthy of the highest recommendation for multicultural music collections.” (Midwest Book Review)

“Ramamurthy joins the successful few who have melded jazz and traditional Indian music” (RootsWorld)


10pm- Dahlia Dumont ~ The Blue Dahlia
Genre: World (Reggae, tango, ska, klezmer, and dub French and in English)
For fans of: Alpha Blondy meets Edith Piaf, Gotan Project, Goran Brehovic, Billie Holiday, Kana, Tiken Jah Fakoly, the Clash, Regina Spektor, Samiah Farah, Portishead

Brooklyn girl Dahlia Dumont, with a past in Senegal and France, brings her Francophone influences to her music, performing original reggae, ska and tango jams in French and in English. She also performs some old-time standards of the French "chanson," mixing them with grooving reggae rhythms and dub deflections. Singing and playing ukulele, Dahlia is accompanied by George Saenz from South Texas on button accordion and trombone, Yoshiki Yamada from Japan on bass, Chris Hansen from California on drums, and Diego Cebollero from Argentina on guitar. Collectively they are called The Blue Dahlia.

Main: www.dahliadumont.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Blue-Dahlia/136078126469513
Twitter: www.twitter.com/dahliadumont
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/dahliadumont
Indiegogo campaign to make first album!!!: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/from-nurse-to-musician-dahlia-dumont-s-first-album

Midnight Special: Shirley Gnome
Genre: musical comedy/dirty country-folk
For fans of: Tenacious D, Garfunkel and Oats, Sarah Silverman

Chanteuse provocatrice Shirley Gnome takes you on a musical journey, with titillating tunes about the hilarious and profound ways that bodies collide. Smothered in explicit language and racy humor, yet sung like "an angel dry-humping a cloud."

Winner: People's Champ of Comedy 2012
"simply brilliant" -Three Weeks

Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lilYAG15H6A  


8pm- Holler 
Genre: country/folk
For fans of: gillian welch, woody guthrie, old crow medicine show

Holler. def: a shout, a loud cry, the space between mountains and valleys or traditional country, Appalachian song, and originals by Rachael Benjamin and Beth Soleimany that take you to your home up north or on a drive down south. Formed in 2009, Holler has performed throughout New York City, and toured the midwest and southeast, including a spot on the Blue Plate Special and the Covered Bridge Festival in eastern Kentucky. Rachael and Beth play as a duo and also with special guests.

“Layers of acoustic instrumentation derivative of traditional Appalachian songwriting blends seamlessly with well-crafted harmony vocalizations.” “I was instantly captivated by their beautiful harmonies and acoustic arrangements.” J.D. Duarte Brooklyn Country


9pm- Yeti
Genre: Indie-rock / dream-punk
For fans of: Sleater-Kinney, The Cranberries, Fugazi

Yeti is bass-driven philosophical dream-punk with cute killer harmonies. This New York-based trio reeks of feral femininity, fermenting in the forgotten woods of Staten Island. Their music fuses Sleater-Kinney sensibilities with The Cranberries’ emotional power. Yeti can be found playing at various venues throughout the New York City area, or in very cold, dark, remote caverns from which few have ever returned.


10pm- Robin Electric 
Genre: Rock, Powerpop
For fans of: Badfinger, Supergrass, Wilco, The Who

Steeped in rock tradition, The Robin Electric churn out crunchy guitar hooks and memorable melodies with their alchemic brand of neo-classic rock. If Ryan Adams was assaulted by Badfinger while The Raspberries poured drinks, that scene would sound like The Robin Electric. The lush vocal harmonies of Eric Barlow (lead guitar), Jason Maksymilian (bass) and drummer John Melville, behind powerhouse Jesse Bryson will make fans of Humble Pie and Big Star rejoice. With a new EP out this year, The Robin Electric are setting the stage for a rock n' roll takeover.


11pm- The Morning Sea
Genre: Folk/Rock
For fans of: Rock n’ Roll, Whiskey, Night-time

The Morning Sea is an NYC-based indie-folk-blues-pop-rock n’ roll experience, founded by singer-songwriter Adam Cohen. Their debut EP, “Strange Captive”, was released in May 2014.

“A softly moving, seductive chamber-pop folk collective…one-half confessional late night crooner, and one-half whimsical wanderer…” –The Deli Magazine