The Bowery Electric
Fri February 9 @ 6:30 PM
21 and up
$15.00 Buy Tickets
A little bit country, a little bit rock & roll, and a lotta bit ready to have the best night of our lives.

Bogus Rex is an indie/alternative rock band based in Brooklyn, New York. Drawing from a diverse range of influences, the band's distinctive sound pays homage to the tones and rhythms of the 70s while providing refreshing lyrical explorations of contemporary cultural themes.

The Fitzgeralds is a rock group based in New York. They formed in 2008 at Fordham University when Chris Fitzgerald (keys/bass) recruited Tim Pierson (drums), Greg Iacurci (guitar) and Nick Walsh (guitar/vocals) for a rehearsal in the basement of Keating Hall. Since then, The Fitzgeralds have expanded to include David Lerer (vocals/guitar/bass) and Andrew Pierson (vocals/guitar/bass). After years of covering the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, the Cure, U2, and other artists at venues around New York and Brooklyn, The Fitzgeralds recorded their first original track, "The Shore," at Tarquin Studios in Bridgeport, CT, which was released in July 2021. Inspired by indie and alternative rock bands like Arcade Fire, Frightened Rabbit, and The National, as well as synth-pop groups like New Order, M83, and Future Islands, The Fitzgeralds continue to play shows around New York and plan to release new tracks in the coming months.

Border Collie 
From the most public corners of Northeast Los Angeles comes new indie-folk band Border Collie, consisting of Elon Thomas (guitars, vocals), Kiefer Detrick (guitars, drums, vocals), and Julian Rivera (bass). After bumping shoulders playing shows at The Echo and at various house shows, they got together in Summer of 2022.

In the few months they’ve been a band, they’ve built a studio, started the concert series “Heartthrob LA”, and have an EP on the way. Their first single, folk-rock americana anthem “just a baby”, is a jangly, light-hearted tantrum that is as relatable as it is repeatable. They’re not worried if people will think it’s cool – this is a song about being a loser. After they leave the studio, they’re likely to be found drinking PBRs at home.