Kingsley Flood

Kingsley Flood

Radiator King, Glenn Yoder & The Western States, I Am The Polish Army

Fri · June 8, 2018

6:30 pm

$9.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Kingsley Flood
Kingsley Flood
"Kingsley Flood is a Boston and Washington, DC - based band with a ""Billy Bragg-like folk-punk sound"" (Washington Post) and ""signature high energy"" (Rolling Stone). They have played the main stage at the Newport Folk Festival, have been featured on the History Channel and Lifetime Network, opened for Josh Ritter, Grace Potter, Lucius, Langhorne Slim and have been been covered by NPR, New York Times, Esquire Magazine, Wall Street Journal, American Songwriter, among others. They released three EP's in 2015 and their third full length, Another Other, was released in October 2016. Their latest full-length will be released in early 2018.

“One of those bands that matters” - PopMatters

“A band that seems to understand where inspiration can lead” - NPR

""The kind of hard-rocking folk-punk band that makes you want to dance with the person next to you and then punch them in the face. In a totally good way."" - Esquire

""Kingsley Flood's live show could thrill Folsom prison in '68. Or CBGB in '76. Or the Cavern Club in '57."" - Boston Herald

“In the marriage of loose garage rock energy, catchy melodies and meaningful songwriting.” - Music City Roots"
Radiator King
Radiator King
"Somewhere between punk and blues – a porch and an alley – lies Radiator King, the performing/recording name of Boston native and Brooklyn based, Adam Silvestri. Established in 2011, Radiator King’s music shows influences from both Dylan and Strummer with a sound described by Boston blog Allston Pudding as something akin to what “Tom Waits locked in a room for a month with nothing but a copy of Springstein’s Nebraska” might produce. Whether alone with a guitar or backed by a band, Radiator King embodies the raw energy of punk, the grit and intricacy of delta blues, and the lyrical potency of folk in “songs that are the sonic equivalent to an old whiskey bar at the end of a dirt road.”

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I Am The Polish Army
I Am The Polish Army
From the privacy of a dorm room in 2005 to the streets of Brooklyn in 2016, I Am The Polish Army has come a long way since singer-guitarist Emma DeCorsey first considered the strength of her voice and the purpose behind the music floating around in her head. Between those early days trying to understand what I Am The Polish Army could be and the recent months in which the band finished their forthcoming album, DeCorsey had her heart crushed by several fellow musicians, her home studio equipment was stolen, she scraped her original thoughts for her first full-length and subsequently rewrote the bulk of the material. She also befriended two musicians (bassist Turner Stough and drummer Eric Kuby) who would forever alter the trajectory of her life.
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/