Thursday, October 20, 2011

Tyburn Saints, Ghost of Chance, The Invisible Hand at Elm Bar

Go represent Indie Rock on the Apocalypse. Show 'em what life is really all about!

Elm Bar
Friday Oct 21st @9PM
$3 cover

Tyburn Saints don't sound anything like saints, that's for sure. They actually sound quite like the opposite: maudit artists. Johnny Gimenez's deep, tenebrous tenor knows how to scream at us ("oh Sable"), but also how to lure us with vicious whispers or charming dark ballads ("Bells"). This is well executed dark rock that will find fans among those who revere Mr. Nick Cave's musical output.
-NYC Artists on the Rise, The Deli Magazine

Ghost of Chance are an experimental rock band based in New Haven, Connecticut. The group’s distinctive style is characterized by subtle time signature changes and sonically open experimentation set to surrealist lyrics. Ghost of Chance’s sound takes its influence from 1960s
psychedelica, math rock and post punk while maintaining the shimmer of classic pop sensibilities.

The Invisible Hand
touring about, come support!

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