The Attics, Floam, J Bengoy

The Attics

Floam

J Bengoy

Sat · November 4, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

The Attics
The Attics
"Colac psych-pop outfit, The Attics deliver their self-titled debut album this July. Locking themselves away in the studio following a relentless year of live performances from By The Meadow festival to a string of support slots with Ali Barter and Harts, The Attics return for one very special Melbourne show, and the bands last gig of 2017.
Recent months saw the release of “Alright” and “Lying Together” the first previews from The Attics debut album co-produced by Cameron Wade and Isaac Barter (Canary, Life Is Better Blonde). While the subtle beauty of “Alright” succeeded in bending a few ears in the media “Lying Together” demonstrated breadth of sound in an angsty low-fi anthem powered along by pulsating percussion coupled with a signature canvas of washed out guitars.
“The sound of falling in love in the middle of a parquet dance floor at a suburban RSL club. Gooey psych pop under the disco ball.” - Dom Alessio (triple j)
“They’ve used layers of sound without over-complicating the track, leaving the listener with an immediate impression.” - Marcus Rimondini (Ripe Music)
To dabble in sweetness, whim, melancholy, angst and euphoria whilst maintaining sight of rhythm and melody delivers a band with real pop-sensibility - a band with their own brand of melt-in-your-mouth psych-pop. The stylish and carefree approach has crafted a self-titled debut album that’s filled jangly guitars and ear worming bass hooks that evoke the incidental traces of dust and glitter one mysteriously acquires beneath the flickering disco lights of a Summer festival.
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Floam
Floam
Floam's biography is not long--indeed, we have just started our journey. We record and perform bouncy psychedelic music, offering delicate and potent tendrils of melody, poesy and groove.
J Bengoy
J Bengoy
J Bengoy is bummer-rock that makes you smile. It’s groove-pop that breaks its own ankles. It’s surf-jangle breaking an arm on a medium sized, impressing-nobody kind of wave. It’s heartfelt emo with a shit-eating grin on its face. J Bengoy is a lot of things. They know that you are, too.
Venue Information:
The Map Room at The Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/