Morris Madrone
The Bowery Electric
Sat September 23 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$15.00 - $28.00 Buy Tickets
Morris Madrone
Morris Madrone is an American singer, songwriter, and producer from Venice, CA. As a one-man-band, he performs everything from deep dance tracks to soulful rock ballads, performing multiple instruments live, looping live and performing to backing tracks. Madrone prides himself on his versatility as an artist, transcending numerous styles and genres. In the words of a fan - “if Bowie, Prince, and Calvin Harris had a baby, and Elvis, The Doors, and Daft Punk had a baby, and those babies had a baby… you’d get Morris Madrone… His sound truly is a contagious medley of old and new.”

Gemma Laurence
Gemma Laurence is a Brooklyn-based indie folk singer-songwriter from the coast of Maine. Categorizing herself as “Sapphic folk,” Laurence takes inspiration from poets and songwriters from the past and present: Sappho, Adrienne Rich, Mary Oliver, Joni Mitchell, Ralph McTell, Elizabeth Bishop, and Frank O'Hara to name a few. Having grown up on the coast of Maine and the hills of Oxfordshire, Laurence’s time on both sides of the Atlantic influenced her unique sound: a fusion of foot-stomping Americana with a hint of English folk. The lilt of Laurence’s vocals and the poetic lyricism of her music has drawn comparisons to artists like Adrianne Lenker, Laura Marling, Courtney Marie Andrews, and Haley Heynderickx. Crafting a lush soundscape of rich acoustic textures, dreamy harmonies, and found sounds, Laurence’s timeless tracks call her listeners home to the people and places left behind for new beginnings.

Molly Murphy is a singer-songwriter based in New York City. She crafts harmony-rich indie-folk tunes largely inspired by her experiences growing up at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 
Influenced by the bluegrass and folk-infused music of the region, she turned to artists like The Avett Brothers, Laura Marling, and First Aid Kit for inspiration, and soon began writing songs after encouragement from her high school English teacher. Setting up shop in a closet in the high school science department, she wrote and recorded demos that would shape the homemade sound and feel of her music.

Mary Moore