Great Wight, Carousel Horses , Mosey Jones, Bodega Satellite

Sat Nov 25 2017

7:00 PM

The Safari Room at El Cortez

17 Ingraham Street Brooklyn, NY 11206

All Ages

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"Brooklyn-based The Great Wight’s debut album bursts open with a warm, nostalgic feel that brings me right back me right back to 2006 where I was overflowing with teenage angst, heavy eyeliner, and having scene bangs (great times, tbh). The album, ‘The Suburbs Have Ruined My Life’, is a quintessential coming-of-age album that tells the tales of “growing up a queer, black, atheist in the punk scene in the bible belt.” You might not be any of those things, but the New York-based band’s emotional honesty, strong and vulnerable confrontations of casual racism, homophobia, and alienation in a way that’s accessible to all types of audiences." - Afropunk.com

Great Wight, Carousel Horses , Mosey Jones, Bodega Satellite

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  • Great Wight

    Great Wight

    Alternative

  • Carousel Horses

    Carousel Horses

    Alternative

  • Mosey Jones

    Mosey Jones

    Pop

  • Bodega Satellite

    Bodega Satellite

    Music

Great Wight, Carousel Horses , Mosey Jones, Bodega Satellite

Sat Nov 25 2017 7:00 PM

The Safari Room at El Cortez Brooklyn NY
Great Wight, Carousel Horses , Mosey Jones, Bodega Satellite
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All Ages

"Brooklyn-based The Great Wight’s debut album bursts open with a warm, nostalgic feel that brings me right back me right back to 2006 where I was overflowing with teenage angst, heavy eyeliner, and having scene bangs (great times, tbh). The album, ‘The Suburbs Have Ruined My Life’, is a quintessential coming-of-age album that tells the tales of “growing up a queer, black, atheist in the punk scene in the bible belt.” You might not be any of those things, but the New York-based band’s emotional honesty, strong and vulnerable confrontations of casual racism, homophobia, and alienation in a way that’s accessible to all types of audiences." - Afropunk.com