Over the past two years, the band has shared the stage with Deerhoof, the Drums, and Tim Easton at New London's 2009 I AM Festival, rocked with Of Montreal and Lupe Fiasco at the 2010 BOMB Fest, and opened for Mates of State on a Northeast stint in February 2010.
Their full-band, follow-up effort "Love Buttons" hits the shelves on Valentine's Day 2011. Produced by Fuzzy Rainbow (Fake Babies, Eula), with a hand from Greg Giorgio at Tarquin Studios (Interpol, The National), it's an upbeat collection of sonic musings on various forms of love—from the traditional to the twisted—through the eyes of characters real and fictional.
And just in case that's not enough to keep you entertained, don't fear—the next record "Silent Immortals" about a gang of vampire mimes is already in the works. That's right, we said "vampire mimes."
Great Elk is an indie-folk outfit founded by New York/Alaska based songwriter Paul Basile and guitarist Patrick Hay. Now a five-piece featuring Bryan Trenis, Tommy Harron and Adam Christgau, they’ve spent the last several years developing a strong following in NYC and touring the Northeast. GE is currently working with producer D. James Goodwin (The Bravery, Bobby) on their debut full length.
Goodnight Blue Moon
Goodnight Blue Moon is an orchestral-acoustic-folk band from New Haven, Connecticut. The band cites influences ranging from Bob Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel to Matt Pond PA and The Avett Brothers. But, thanks to their diverse musical backgrounds, the members of this 7-piece come together to deliver a sound that is uniquely their own.
Live @ The Outer Space
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