Conveyor (Buddy Holly cover set), Field Mouse – Tickets – Glasslands Gallery – Brooklyn, NY – August 22nd, 2012

Conveyor (Buddy Holly cover set), Field Mouse

Conveyor (Buddy Holly cover set)

Field Mouse

Abadabad, y/y

Wed, August 22, 2012

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Glasslands Gallery

Brooklyn, NY

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Conveyor (Buddy Holly cover set)
Conveyor (Buddy Holly cover set)
Conveyor is a Brooklyn-based music project spawned by the fated juncture of a wandering tarot of musicians in Gainesville, FL. Was it kismet or perhaps a primordial summon which led these gentlemen purveyors of sound to individually tune in and migrate North to the bustling seductress known as New York CIty? Their retort is Sun Ray, a debut EP birthed and released in the warm embrace of Spring 2011. Brimming with lucid, homey synths layered over acoustic guitars and harmonious vocals, they channel extraterrestrial bible-thumpers drenched in love, spouting acid-soaked pop unabashed to beam with the simultaneous embrace of life/death realities backed by a polyrhythmic, pulsing backdrop. A decidedly grand task indeed, and following a string of self-released, handmade EPs, they are releasing their debut full-length album in 2012 with Brooklyn’s Paper Garden Records, a testament to our nature and the nature of ourselves.
Field Mouse
Field Mouse is a four-piece dream pop band from Brooklyn, NY. Seamlessly interweaving influences from shoegaze, indie, and power pop, Field Mouse offers lush sonic textures and expansive soundscapes to complement the airy, wistful vocals of singer/guitarist Rachel Browne. Through complex and delicate harmonies, the songwriting of Browne and guitarist Andrew Futral breathes new life into common themes of lost love and renewal.

The band has been honing its sound since its formation in 2010, and has solidified its lineup with the recent addition of bassist Danielle DePalma and drummer Geoff Lewit. Their first release on Small Plates Records finds the group realizing its musical vision, incorporating rich synthesizers and feedback to give an edge to its soaring arrangements and pop sensibilities.
Abadabad
Abadabad
ABADABAD is dangerous, tape relic'd, guitar rock from a land of perpetual summers of dreamy ladies. These moments and dreams happen somewhere in Brooklyn, NY.
y/y
y/y
Y/Y is a Brooklyn-based band consisting of Jason Meeks and Conrad Burnham, both formerly of The Binary Marketing Show. The two began writing songs in the spring of 2010. They take an experimental approach to pop music, with an emphasis on driving percussion and mixed media. Mixing electronics with guitar and drums, the two create a dense sonic atmosphere. Y/Y is currently in the process of recording a full-length album due in late 2010, and playing shows in the NYC area. Why? Why? Nothing is certain.
Venue Information:
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249
http://www.theglasslands.com/