Lostdog in Loveland

Lostdog in Loveland

Sun · October 13, 2019

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

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Lostdog in Loveland
Lostdog in Loveland
Like a picture book with music,” New York’s Lostdog in Loveland’s offers lush layers of symphonic orchestration woven into enchanting melodies, at once moody, elegantly ballsy, compelling you into an unchartered world of space exploration, impeccable vocal lyricism and instrumental swells.

Founded and fronted by vocalist Robert Mag, Lostdog’s sound is defined by a voice that is a masuculine sultry with deep octaves and will touch your central nerves. Together with John Winhimmer, the band recently released “NOW,” its sophomore album that takes its cues from Bowie, Pulp, Roxy Music and XTC -- taking you for a ride through mood exploration: dreamily lost in space one minute, holding back tears the next minute, and grooving on your feet after. The effect is exhilarating. Produced by NYC-based Matt Noble, whose accolades include Rihanna, Michael Jackson, Shontelle and Rod Stewart, “NOW” also features Regina Spektor’s cellist, Yoed Nir and its interpretation of “Blueberry Girl” by Happy Death Society.

Lostdog’s debut album “sadanthem,” its own “tour-de-force” garnered the attention of Mike Garson, David Bowie’s pianist, who graced four tracks on the album with his signature piano sounds, and earned the band a paragraph in Garson’s recently released biography, “Bowie’s Piano Man.”

Mag and Winhimmer have been part of the punk, rock, new wave fabric of the NYC music scene since the 80s, most notably as Snapshots, an underground pop/punk combo as a frequent lineup of CBGBs in the early 90s.
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003