Sandwich, Jack Lord Orchestra, Goodbye Tiger, Shift, Pralaya
Saturday, Nov 23, 2013 7:30 PM EST
Fontana's, New York, NY
21 years and over
It's been 2 whole years since Sandwich's last visit to NYC and this Manila-based band is back for more….this time with a new EP -- FAT, SALT, AND FLAME -- to celebrate their 15 year anniversary. Featuring Raimund Marasigan (vocals), Mong Alcaraz (lead guitar), Diego Castillo (guitar), Myrene Academia (bass), and Mike Dizon (drums), Sandwich has performed all across the Philippines, at the Clockenflap Music Festival (Hong Kong), Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA), Future Music Festival (Malaysia), and, most recently, opened for The Killers in Manila.
The Jack Lords Orchestra
On hiatus from their other bands, The Jack Lords Orchestra began in the summer of 2006 as a quest for timeless, melancholic pop that exists in a universe where the Brill Building of the sixties, Laurel Canyon of the seventies, Manchester in the eighties, martial law-era Manila, and the islands of Oahu and New York City are somehow one and the same. Their most recent album, RIDES, was released in 2012 with shows in New York and San Francisco.
Traversing the slippery realms of groove and experimentally infused rock, the quartet band from Central New Jersey, Goodbye Tiger, is more than eager for listeners to hear their debut EP, “Who Do You Call Home.”
SHIFT is a new alternative metal band from Passaic, NJ. The band is a classic four-piece with influences including Tool, Incubus, and Metallica. Their debut album "Molly" (released September 2013) exhibits a melodic metal sound, combining catchy grunge-inflected vocals with monumental riffs and solos played over intricate drums and interweaving time signatures.
Chaotic vibrations, oscillation of pressure is where the spark of an AEON can begin… Pralaya: In stage of dissolution. A moment in time when all stops and erases all that was, while creating what is to be.
This is a 21+ show.