Conveyor, Benjamin Verdoes, Meleana Cadiz, Hundreds, Monomyth

October 21, 2014 | 5:00 pm | 709 Lorimer Street | Brooklyn, NY | 21+ | FREE!  
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  5:10 Conveyor (NYC, NY/Gold Robot)
  5:50 Benjamin Verdoes (Seattle, WA/Brick Lane Records)
Benjamin Verdoes (formerly of Mt. Saint Helens Vietnam Band, and half of Iska Dhaaf) released his first solo album early this year and sings like an angel.
  6:30 Meleana Cadiz (Brooklyn, NY/Wild Kindness)
The Michigan-bred, Brooklyn-based artist has been bringing small portraits plucked from the American landscape using the language of folk, pop, and country to bring them to beautiful, breathing life.
  7:10 Hundreds (Hamburg, Germany/Sky Council)
Hailing from Hamburg, Germany, sibling duo Eva and Phillip Milner have achieved new heights by adding extensive melodies and pop textures to their minimalist electronic approach.
  7:50 Monomyth (Halifax, Nova Scotia/Mint Records)
The Halifax four-piece carries on the hallowed East Coast tradition of janglophile pop with a smirking sense of humour, stadium-sized hooks, and starry-eyed harmonies from the barbershop of broken dreams.
  9 Sorcha Richardson
Sorcha Richardson is an Irish singer/songwriter currently living in Brooklyn. She makes hushed, atmospheric and lyrical folk music that has been compared to that of artists such as Agnes Obel, Bon Iver and Daughter.
  10 Beautiful Ground
Beautiful Ground is James Morganti, Ethan Ames, Harrison Nantz, and Ed Bonessi. Their songs incorporate rock n’ roll, punk, folk, country, and experimental influences into the singer-songwriter genre, challenging its dependency on emotive lyrics and persona with shifting voices, complex instrumentation, and a commitment to overarching concepts. The four-track ‘New Year’s Demo’ is available for streaming and download at
  11 TBA

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