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Jangle Pop

Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Earth Dad
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/earthdad0/
Venue name: 
Brooklyn Bazaar
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Industrial Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Uniform
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/uniformnewyork/
Venue name: 
Market Hotel
Band email: 
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Industrial Rock

Time: 
20
Band name: 
Uniform
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Daisyhead spring back to release "Make Me Feel Safe" from upcoming EP

Over the last several years, Daisyhead have staked out their turf in Nashville's emo scene, releasing albums and touring around the States and in Europe. This past January, however, the band -- led by Michael Roe -- decided to take a break for the sake of their mental, physical, and financial health; they played a "Goodbye For Now" show in March at Cafe Coco. But just in time for the holidays, Daisyhead has sprung back in partnership with mental heath education non-profit Hope For The Day to release new music. The band's upcoming EP I've Been Better covers some of the personal growth and therapy that Roe's experienced over the year. The first track from the EP, "Making Me Feel Safe", kicks off the chorus with the line "I don't wanna go on thinking every breath I take is a mistake", which sets the triumphant tone that Roe and Daisyhead have chosen to take on their road to recovery and renewal. "Making Me Feel Safe" also has a video, which you can watch below. Let's hope that 2019 brings good things to Daisyhead. - Will Sisskind





The Shake Well Brothers - Lo-Fi Blues Rock "Hanukkah Tabarnak"

Here’s a very cool psychedelic blues rock band from Montreal. They also might be from the past as their greasy lo-fi sound was born in the days of the Stooges. The Shake Well Brothers released a 3 song EP last Christmas Eve so naturally it opens with a song titled “Hanukkah Tabarnak”. It’s a chaotic instrumental to set the tone of the quick and in-your-face record. The got some great tones and riffs goin’ on but I’ll admit that even just a little bit of vocals would really tie the record together. Either way just crank it up and enjoy. - Kris Gies

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