The Click Clack Boom, Avan Lava, The Denzels, Turf War, Generationals, Lazyeyes, Filligar, Country Mice, The Suzan, TOPS, American Royalty, Luke Rathborne, Joywave, The Danvilles, Wild International, Butter The Children, Cultfever

Wed Oct 17 2012

2:30 PM

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

$12.00

Ages 19+

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TheStudioAtWebsterHall.com Presents
The Click Clack Boom
Avan Lava, The Denzels, Turf War, Generationals
Lazyeyes, Filligar, Country Mice, The Suzan, TOPS, American Royalty, Luke Rathborne, Joywave, The Danvilles, Wild International, Butter The Children, Cultfever

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  • The Click Clack Boom

    The Click Clack Boom

    Alternative Rock

  • The Denzels

    The Denzels

    Alternative Rock

    The Denzels do what many cannot: Make Bushwick sound cool. The Brooklyn-based four person group blends surf and garage rock with lyrics bemoaning the struggling 20-something life; catchy tunes, self-deprecating lyrics. It’s really relatable, as demonstrated by their rise in the NYC concert circuit: CMJ last year, and openings for The Cloud Nothings and Howler this spring.

    Their EP name, Easy Tiger, says it all. They do beach rock that’s neither too poppy nor too lo-fi (a hard balance to strike), and is more than just surf guitar chords thrown into indie pop. The easy, breezy acoustic work is topped with moody lyrics about a night of drunken disorderly conduct and opposite-sex mistakes. It’s great for hangovers — the chill melodies soothe, while their true-life stories make you feel less bad about last weekend’s bender.

    Sure, the ode to broke creative types and youth-in-turmoil sentiment aren’t new as far as lyricism goes — what’s up, Morrissey? — but The Denzels aren’t sad sacks, or Brian Wilson wannabes. Their live show is really energetic; none of this sad, slow, fall-asleep-watching beach rock. You’ll be dancing, hard. It’s like if The Strokes went on a bender in California and woke up penniless on the beach. And sang about it. - Mickie Meinhardt for the Byrne Notice

  • Turf War

    Turf War

    Pop

  • Generationals

    Generationals

    Pop

    Formed in 2008 by ex-Eames Era guitarists/songwriters Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, New Orleans-based indie pop outfit Generationals craft hook-filled indie pop that draws liberally from rock and pop's '50s, '60s, and '70s heydays, while maintaining enough modern sensibilities to remain relevant in the MP3 age. Like their Park the Van contemporaries Dr. Dog, Spinto Band, and Capitol Years, Generationals' lo-fi recording techniques are buffered by their advanced musical chops, resulting in a clever new take on sugar pop psychedelia. The band's Park the Van debut, Con Law, arrived on July 21, 2009. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi

  • Lazyeyes

    Lazyeyes

    Alternative Rock

  • Filligar

    Filligar

    Alternative Rock

    Mixing piano pop with a contemporary take on classic rock, Filligar took root in Chicago in 2000. Brothers Pete (drums), Johnny (guitars, vocals), and Teddy Mathias (bass) comprised the band's familial core, while longtime friend Casey Gibson completed the lineup with his background vocals and classically trained keyboard skills. Still in their early teens, the bandmates issued three albums under the name Flipside before adopting their new moniker for 2004's Hoofbeats & Heat. The following year saw the release of Filligar, a self-titled album that gained the band its first significant amount of local airplay. Released in 2006, Succession, I Guess saw even more success, and Filligar continued to tour and record even as the bandmembers attended college.

    The City Tree arrived in 2007, garnering radio play from markets throughout the U.S. as well as a warm endorsement from Chicago-based music critic Jim DeRogatis. Meanwhile, a song from the band's previous record, Succession, I Guess, was used during an episode of The Real World, and Filligar eventually landed TV spots on several more MTV shows. The band cracked the College Music Journal charts with the release of 2008's Near or Far, which was followed two years later by The Nerve. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi

  • Country Mice

    Country Mice

    Alternative Rock

  • The Suzan

    The Suzan

    Alternative Rock

    In the spirit of the 5.6.7.8's and Shonen Knife, the Suzan are a spunky, punky all-girl band from Japan. Networking through MySpace, the Suzan caught the attention of Bj??rn Yttling (Peter Bjorn and John), who produced the group's debut album in 2010. Later that year, after the band signed to the hip roster of Brooklyn independent label Fool's Gold, Golden Week for the Poco Poco Beat was released. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi

  • American Royalty

    American Royalty

    Alternative Rock

  • Luke Rathborne

    Luke Rathborne

    Alternative Rock

  • Joywave

    Joywave

    Pop

  • The Danvilles

    The Danvilles

    Alternative Rock

  • Wild International

    Wild International

    Pop

  • Cultfever

    Cultfever

    Pop

TheStudioAtWebsterHall.com Presents

The Click Clack Boom
Avan Lava, The Denzels, Turf War, Generationals
Lazyeyes, Filligar, Country Mice, The Suzan, TOPS, American Royalty, Luke Rathborne, Joywave, The Danvilles, Wild International, Butter The Children, Cultfever

Wed Oct 17 2012 2:30 PM

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall New York NY
The Click Clack Boom, Avan Lava, The Denzels, Turf War, Generationals, Lazyeyes, Filligar, Country Mice, The Suzan, TOPS, American Royalty, Luke Rathborne, Joywave, The Danvilles, Wild International, Butter The Children, Cultfever
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$12.00 Ages 19+

Presented by Surprise Attack, Aputumpu, and Pinnacle