Fri Feb 20 2015

8:00 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

The Studio at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

$14.00

Ages 18+

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Webster Hall Presents
You Blew It!, Tiny Moving Parts, Sorority Noise, Rozwell Kid

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  • You Blew It!

    You Blew It!

    Alternative Rock

    You Blew It! are following up their critically acclaimed sophomore album, Keep Doing What You’re Doing, with a 7” on Jade Tree. Pioneer Of Nothing comes after a cycle of touring with bands like The Front Bottoms, Say Anything, and Citizen and will see the band taking on their own headlining tour in support of the 7” with Tiny Moving Parts and Rozwell Kid. Pioneer Of Nothing is stylistically a perfect match for longtime fans of the band and new ones coming in from Jade Tree’s long and established fan base.

    While it’s helpful that the band’s peers and influences are in the spotlight, You Blew It! have always been conscious to never box themselves in as evidenced by the fact they’ve toured with everyone from Motion City Soundtrack to Less Than Jake, cultivating relationships with acts far outside their genre. “We’ve sometimes been pigeonholed by other people in the past but I feel like regardless of what’s happening culturally that’s going to be impossible to do if people listen to this album because we really stepped out of our comfort zone to do something different,” Jones explains. “It’s great to see people excited about the music we’re making but we want to make sure that they stick around regardless of whatever trends are in vogue because we plan on being here for a long time.

  • Tiny Moving Parts

    Tiny Moving Parts

    Alternative Rock

    Bandmates call each other “family” all the time–when you’re in a van or bus touring for most of the year, fostering a close relationship is an integral part of the territory. Feuds and disagreements amongst bandmates can be career-ending for even the most promising young acts, while groups that stay tight-knit can experience longevity.

    When it comes to Tiny Moving Parts, a literal family band from the tiny town of Benson, MN, there’s no problem operating in close quarters. Vocalist/guitarist Dylan Mattheisen and his cousins–bassist Matthew Chevalier and drummer Billy Chevalier, who are brothers–have been best friends since their childhood. As Mattheisen puts it: “We’d be hanging out every day no matter what.”

    Growing up in what many people would simply describe as “the middle of nowhere,” Mattheisen and his bandmates didn’t have the same path into punk music as most young people do. Without a structured or storied local scene, the three found music on their own terms and created a positive connection to it from the beginning. 

    Where This Couch Is Long was a story of a young person trying to discover themselves, Pleasant Living accurately reflects the group’s collective unbridled enthusiasm; it’s a record about finding a way to remain optimistic in life. It’s honest punk rock written by three guys from the Midwest who are experiencing the world together for the first time, and it’s a record that Tiny Moving Parts will take to every person who will listen.

  • Sorority Noise

    Sorority Noise

    Alternative Rock

    Sorority Noise are an indie band out of East Hartford, Connetticutt.

  • Rozwell Kid

    Rozwell Kid

    Alternative Rock

    There's a certain science when it comes to writing music that can evoke a sing-it-loud response from more than a few subsets of people, and Rozwell Kid might as well have their PhD. The West Virginian quartet has been proudly playing dials-to-ten indie alt-rock since 2011’s matter-of-factly titled The Rozwell Kid LP. Their new LP shows off Rozwell Kid’s progression as musicians that haven’t lost any of their quirky charm...or volume.

    Too Shabby was engineered by Justin Francis at Ronnie’s Place in Nashville in early 2014. By the time its 10 songs have concluded, it’s obvious that Rozwell Kid have sharpened from their last release – an EP entitled Dreamboats – while somehow getting louder. With lyrics like those in the record’s opener, Kangaroo Pocket, (“Simpsons season 3 and a thing of hummus / This is all I need / I'm like super low maintenance”) Rozwell Kid find a paradoxical marriage between originality and familiarity. Too Shabby is proof that Jordan Hudkins, Adam L. Meisterhans, Devin Donnelly and Sean Hallock have emerged as a more cohesive, brave, and intelligent unit.

    It’s undeniable that Too Shabby will draw comparisons to any pre-millenia Weezer record. It’s as inevitable as Rozwell Kid is loud. It’s more than that, though. Too Shabby is fun, infectious, kinetic, and its unmatched in that. With songs like Weirdo and Birthday Sombrero, Too Shabby has what it takes to be to 2034 what The Blue Album is to 2014. As for right now? Turn it up.

Webster Hall Presents

You Blew It!, Tiny Moving Parts, Sorority Noise, Rozwell Kid

Fri Feb 20 2015 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

The Studio at Webster Hall New York NY
You Blew It!, Tiny Moving Parts, Sorority Noise, Rozwell Kid
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$14.00 Ages 18+