Brother Martin, Alexa Barchini and Jackson FitzGerald, Flounder Warehouse, Flounder Warehouse

Brother Martin

Alexa Barchini and Jackson FitzGerald

Flounder Warehouse

Flounder Warehouse

Mon · July 9, 2018

7:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Brother Martin
Brother Martin
Brother Martin is a Philly indie-pop band whose heartfelt, demanding songs are reminiscent of Andrew Bird, Neko Case and Belle & Sebastian. Their newly released EP “Led-Son” features the band’s unique fusion of baroque pop, saxophone loop pedaling and jazz nuances, and challenges listeners to reflect on timely issues, like the title track’s subject of lead pollution and its long-term effects.
Alexa Barchini and Jackson FitzGerald
Alexa Barchini and Jackson Fitzgerald are a new Brooklyn based guitar+vox duo, performing originals alongside covers spanning the jazz, singer-songwriter, and Brazilian realms.
Flounder Warehouse
Flounder Warehouse
Flounder Warehouse fuses jazz, R&B, pop, and soul sounds, creating a refreshing listening experience for everyone. Seriously, their youngest fan is 8 years old and the oldest is 88. The 88-year-old is my grandpa but no one needs to know that. Perhaps even more refreshing than the music itself is the incorporation of humor and spontaneity during their live shows. You'll have to see one to get the full effect. They have made a name for themselves in Philadelphia, where the band formed in 2012, and most recently in the NYC music scene at venues such as The Bitter End and Arlene's Grocery. Live performance and studio recording arrangements vary from a simple trio (vocals/keys, bass, drums) to a 7-piece with horns, violin, and guitar. The Flounders have released two albums, available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud, and their first official music video last fall.
Flounder Warehouse
Flounder Warehouse
Flounder Warehouse fuses jazz, R&B, pop, and soul sounds, creating a refreshing listening experience for everyone. Seriously, their youngest fan is 8 years old and the oldest is 88. The 88-year-old is my grandpa but no one needs to know that. Perhaps even more refreshing than the music itself is the incorporation of humor and spontaneity during their live shows. You'll have to see one to get the full effect. They have made a name for themselves in Philadelphia, where the band formed in 2012, and most recently in the NYC music scene at venues such as The Bitter End and Arlene's Grocery. Live performance and studio recording arrangements vary from a simple trio (vocals/keys, bass, drums) to a 7-piece with horns, violin, and guitar. The Flounders have released two albums, available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud, and their first official music video last fall.
Venue Information:
The Map Room at The Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/