7 Crown Presents: Pan Arcadia, The Jaded Babies, Jillian Rossi

7 Crown Presents: Pan Arcadia, The Jaded Babies, Jillian Rossi

Sat · September 14, 2019

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

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Pan Arcadia
Pan Arcadia
"Pan Arcadia is a five-piece indie rock band from NYC that channels sounds from decades past and revamps them with a modern spin. Active since 2017, they have a growing vault of original songs and have played at some of New York's best clubs including Mercury Lounge, Webster Hall, Rockwood Music Hall, and Knitting Factory. With the recent addition of a new bassist and guitar player, they are touring NYC and beyond, and are currently recording their debut album, which will be available on all streaming platforms fall 2019."
The Jaded Babies
The Jaded Babies
"The humor and energy of punk meets the compositional and musical chops of progressive rock in Jaded Babies, the band that nobody asked for, but everyone needs. Their music is nuanced and complex yet catchy, and the sometimes silly, sometimes raunchy lyrics can sneak up on you. Before you know it you’re tapping your toes to their poop jokes. “Many people think progressive rock must be serious and self-indulgent,” says guitarist and singer Bryan Zeigler. “But we want to make music that is good for you and fun. Like a porn star performing your prostate exam.”

While they do perform covers by their influences, artists like The Tubes, Porcupine Tree and Frank Zappa, the focus of a Jaded Babies show is on their own original intricate, yet accessible mixture of rock, comedy, pop, progressive and surrealism. A subtle tribute to Rush has lyrics about the passive-aggressive post-it note battles that take place in a condo complex, while a pop song about the joys of returning home to one’s own bathroom changes key ten times. Jaded Babies is the playpen where Steely Dan and Butthole Surfers dance to Yes. And it’s so much fun!

And it’s not just music. They wear costumes, give away prizes you may or may not want, and generally make a bizarre carnival of it all. Expect the unexpected, and for no two shows to ever be the same. “It’s like visiting Chuck E. Cheese while tripping,” says Zeigler with an earnest grimace. It’s ultimately all about whatever makes them laugh, but they’ll bring you along for an amazing ride. A recent host brought them to the stage by saying, “Hurry up and call your friends to get here right now. You’ve got about ten minutes, call as many people as you can.” "
Jillian Rossi
Jillian Rossi
Venue Information:
The Map Room at The Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/