Ceramic Animal, Trippy Switch, Dervish Daydream

Fri Jun 29 2018

7:00 PM

The Loft

6 Crannell St. Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

All Ages

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CERAMIC ANIMAL

 

A couple a nasty boys.

 

...That’s all this retro-fitted-indie-psych-pop-dad-rock-quartet really boils down to.  

 

SXSW said they “Blend elements of 50s doo-wop, 60s psychedelia, and 70s easy-listening with a modern sensibility.”

 

Daytrotter thinks Ceramic Animal is “Joyous and full of pomp as well as being silky and sly.”

 

The Key (WXPN Philadelphia) hears “Soulfulness borrowed from The Doors with the slacker vibe of dad rockers everywhere.”

 

Yet Rock on Philly perhaps put it most elegantly. Simply: “Quit sleepin’ on our nasty boys.”

 

Riding the Spotify-fueled success of their first album “The Cart” (2016), the band has been heralded as a rising star in the psych-pop-revival movement. Their much anticipated second album is due out mid way through 2018, with their first national tour not far behind.

 

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Vreeland Presents LLC

Ceramic Animal, Trippy Switch, Dervish Daydream

Fri Jun 29 2018 7:00 PM

The Loft Poughkeepsie NY
Ceramic Animal, Trippy Switch, Dervish Daydream
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

All Ages

CERAMIC ANIMAL

 

A couple a nasty boys.

 

...That’s all this retro-fitted-indie-psych-pop-dad-rock-quartet really boils down to.  

 

SXSW said they “Blend elements of 50s doo-wop, 60s psychedelia, and 70s easy-listening with a modern sensibility.”

 

Daytrotter thinks Ceramic Animal is “Joyous and full of pomp as well as being silky and sly.”

 

The Key (WXPN Philadelphia) hears “Soulfulness borrowed from The Doors with the slacker vibe of dad rockers everywhere.”

 

Yet Rock on Philly perhaps put it most elegantly. Simply: “Quit sleepin’ on our nasty boys.”

 

Riding the Spotify-fueled success of their first album “The Cart” (2016), the band has been heralded as a rising star in the psych-pop-revival movement. Their much anticipated second album is due out mid way through 2018, with their first national tour not far behind.