The Weal and Woe / The Dwells / Flight Feathers / We Avalanche
Thursday, Jan 10, 2013 8:00 PM EST
(7:30 PM Doors)
Union Hall, Brooklyn, NY
21 years and over
We make original country music that harks back to the mid-20th Century, featuring killer fiddle, lap steel, and close harmony duets. We self-released our first EP, The One To Blame, in early 2012. It was lovingly recorded, mastered, and pressed to vinyl in Brooklyn, NYC.
The Dwells (Boston MA, pictured)
The Dwells were born on the Fourth of July- Paige Califano and Matthew Bean were enjoying the night on a hot, crowded Boston rooftop, but soon found themselves one floor below with some old notebooks and a guitar. Their voices blended minutes into hours and as morning glazed the window, they both left hearing music come to life like they had never heard before. As they dove into new ideas, they slowly crafted their sound and what emerged was a neo-Americana, cosmic folk duo that gave a nod to earlier genre-benders like Gram Parsons and Elliot Smith. They released their debut record, "Fortieth Floor", on May 27th and are warmly settling into the Boston music scene, huddled around their single mic, one show at a time.
Flight Feathers’ album “In the Darkness of My Night” is the debut solo project of Babi Pal. The album was written, performed, recorded and mixed by Babi in his studio in Brooklyn, NY. The inspiration for the music was a yearning for simplicity and the DIY freedom of all-night 4-track recording sessions. The result is a collection of relaxed, sincere and introspective songs featuring simple instrumentation and structures with a rural, acoustic slant evoking comparisons to Neil Young, Vetiver and Red House Painters.
Babi is joined in live performances by a full five piece band including Brady Sansone of Heavy Winged and Shy Town’s Jason Dunphy, Ryan Tully, and Jonathan Wing.
We Avalanche (Boston, MA)
Brady Custis sings and plays guitar.Eric Law plays cello and sings. Zachariah Baldwin-Way plays mandolin and viola.
Heavily influenced by noise, pop, and old-time, WE AVALANCHE sounds like your favorite band forgot how to play their instruments.