Darling Waste
with Electric Neil, The Candy House, Lizzy Hilliard
The Map Room
Sun October 1 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$8.00 Buy Tickets
Darling Waste from Cleveland to Brooklyn to Brighton, England, and back again, Darling Waste has spent almost 20 years independently recording, releasing, and touring emotionally honest songs that blur the line between alternative indie-folk and third-wave emo, all while making life-long connections with fans the world over. Fast forward to today, and Darling Waste has played over 900 full band shows and 300 solo shows in 11 countries. They quickly became one of the prominent underground acts of the mid-2000s indie emo scene, racking up over 1 million plays on Myspace.com while performing with acts like Blink-182, Fallout Boy, Panic ! At The Disco, Dashboard Confessional, Hawthorne Heights, The Ataris, Yellowcard, and Bayside. Darling Waste’s music has been featured on hundreds of Spotify playlists and has been played per 10k times on radio. They have been featured on MTV, VH1, HBO, Showtime, and in feature films. They recently released a new single Sheets Over Windows, on DI Records.

The Candy House musically melds the sparkly hits of our perennial youth with deep, heady sensibilities to deliver the guilty-pleasure sugar high you crave.

Electric Neil is a 4-piece, Brooklyn-based rock 'n roll band that also throws in some funk, blues, and '70s-style punk. The Neil plays a mixture of originals and (sometimes obscure but always great) covers. We're a good time!

Lizzy Hilliard hailing from Abington, Pennsylvania, 22 year old Lizzy Hilliard is fresh on the New York City scene with over a hundred original songs under her belt and new ones on the way every day. Lizzy has been writing music of all kinds for the past 10 years, but when she began college at Brandeis University in 2018, her writing saw a shift into the indie-folk/singer-songwriter genre - and she’s been there ever since. The sound that evolved has led her to create two self-released albums, growth vol. 1 and growth vol. 2, records which are rife with poetic and personal lyrics, ethereal harmonies, and self-discovery. Lizzy finds inspiration in the music of Joni Mitchell, Madison Cunningham, and The Staves, and she enjoys sharing her writing process online with her audience of 40,000+ followers on TikTok.