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Dirty Names / Bugs In The Dark / The Living Kills
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Dirty Names / Bugs In The Dark / The Living Kills

Dirty Names Bugs In The Dark The Living Kills

Thursday, Jan 03, 2013 8:30 PM EST 2013-01-03T20:30 (8:00 PM Doors)
, Brooklyn, NY
21 years and over

8.0 8.0
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Dirty Names 

Hailing from the mid Atlantic region of the U.S.A, Dirty Names (formerly The Names) have arrived with the purpose of bringing back the lost art of pure Rock and Roll with a new twist. This up and coming band is comprised of five young men who have been playing music since they could shake a rattle. Dirty Names are: Harrison Cofer on guitar, Matt Rose on drums, Kit Whitacre o n guitar and Sam Wetterau on bass guitar with each member featured on vocals. The Dirty Names are currently touring the east coast, spreading their gospel and building a Rock and Roll community. 

“Memphis rock ‘n’ roll with a British twist, Dirty Names pick their way through Hamburg era Beatles and ‘Exile On Main Street’ Stones and come up with a soul infused, Chuck Berry style stomp.”  - NXNE

 

Bugs In The Dark

"Apocalyptic rock perpetrators Bugs in the Dark are one of the most awesomely tense indie bands in NYC…The future of New York City music." - The Deli Magazine

"Bugs in the Dark are doing their best to fill the void left by Sleater Kinney and the Pixies. Surprisingly, they're doing a bang-up job." - L Magazine

“Too bad for Sonic Youth… Bugs in the Dark are doing it now." - Impose Magazine

 

The Living Kills

 

A buzzing, clamoring wreck of noise with sweetly straightforward melodies soaring overhead. Enjoy the howl of ‘Angels Without Faces.’” - NBC New York

“These New York rocker's newest album features creeping organ, tons of noise and a great mix of ’60s guitar nostalgia and modern shoe-gaze.” - Spinner

“The Living Kills look, on the surface, like any other New York indie band waiting for its big break into the mainstream, but after one listen to ‘Angels Without Faces,’ it becomes evident that’s not the case. Organs, synthesizers, ticking clocks and smoky male-and-female vocals make the group stand out from its peers." - Magnet Magazine