Monday, April 27, 2009

Friday at The Space

Aeroplane, 1929
The Smyrk
The Lows
Josh Mease
Mike Falzone

May 1st @ The Space

This Friday at The Space is a unique show with a really diverse mix of bands. From quiet and reserved to unabashedly loud and raucous.

Aeroplane, 1929 is a great band that has members in both New Haven and Springfield, Mass. They play indie folk with a hint of rock and alt-country. Weepy, whiskey-soaked and haunting, their newest release The Holy Ghost has been making a lot of waves in the CT area. If you're as big a Wilco fan as I am, you'll think they're awesome.

The Smyrk is an offbeat rock band from New Haven. Their influences range from Prince to The Beatles and everything in between; they've got some interesting music. It's almost R&B infused rock, and they've got some amazing things going on vocally. Definitely check them out.

The Lows are an experimental prog rock band from CT for fans of The Mars Volta, Circa Survive, etc.

Josh Mease is a singer/songwriter from Brooklyn, New York for fans of Death Cab For Cutie, Via Audio and Pomegranates.

Mike Falzone is a indie pop/rock singer/song writer from Stratford, CT.

The Space is at 295 Treadwell St., Hamden, CT. Doors open at 7 PM. The show is $10 at the door. This is an all ages show.


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