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New Rock City, Damn Jackals, Radiant Reveries

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Jan 15 Wed
New Rock City, Damn Jackals, Radiant Reveries8:00 PM | Doors: 7:30 PM
361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
All Ages
Tickets $10.00

New Rock City

New Rock City has their own way of playing Rock n Roll and it's not easy to label their sound. That's exactly what they pretend you to think, don't label it, just listen to it. They evolve towards new different directions in every song. They have an enviable eclecticism in their songwriting and they know how to mix it well. The band put together touches of new wave, punk rock and arena rock to then go back to the rawness of rock n roll melted with moments of smoothness and dream-like pop melodies in the middle of chaotic and psychedelic breakdowns, plus that extra of bizarre textures and character coming from guitarist Kick's signature morse picking and crispy riffs, Tim Kuhl's deep and solid drum beats and Jem Warren's original bass lines mixed with the euphoria of the multi - faceted Rossano's voice which reminds you a young Grace Slick singing 'White Rabbit' at Woodstock. Think Pretenders meets Joan Jett in the mid 80's at Madison Square Garden or Billy Idol meets Patti Smith at CBGB's. 

"These lionhearted spirits know how to carry the songs from the beginning to end. It’s so infectious and contagious where you’re immediately pumped up and slowly just become “drugged out" throughout the whole track giving you the anticipation for the next one. Not only they gain a profound amount of respect for their ability to stick to their style while giving you small moments of bubblegum pop, kick-ass inspirational vigor, and risky atmospheric haze." - Buzz Music L.A.

"New Rock City has a Kick Ass Rock n Roll Set...The crowd loves them!" - Waste Mag NY
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Damn Jackals

New York City’s own, Damn Jackals are a 5 piece garage-rock/ proto-punk band, with a sound heavily influenced by late 60’s/ early 70’s CBGB punk and rock ‘n roll. Intricate guitar work and harmonies, paired with strong, fuzzy vocals make Damn Jackals a multifaceted outfit, capable of evoking the indie charm of modern bands like The Strokesand The Growlers one second and the next-  plunge deep into heavier territory via The Stooges and Black Flag. Damn Jackals released their debut LP “Crooked Castle, Vol I" in May 2018 with shows in support at Baby’s All Right & Mercury Lounge. In 2019, the band did a 12 date East Coast tour, highlighted by a slot at Savannah Stopover Festival (headlined by Deerhunterthe Joy Formidable and Lucy Dacus). In Fall 2019, the band went on tour with NYC recording artist Fiona Silver (who toured as the supporting act for Gary Clark Jr.). Damn Jackals is currently working on their next release, which is being produced by Paul Ritchie (Parlor Mob) and they have their biggest plans yet for 2020. 
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Radiant Reveries

New York City’s own, Damn Jackals are a 5 piece garage-rock/ proto-punk band, with a sound heavily influenced by late 60’s/ early 70’s CBGB punk and rock ‘n roll. Intricate guitar work and harmonies, paired with strong, fuzzy vocals make Damn Jackals a multifaceted outfit, capable of evoking the indie charm of modern bands like The Strokesand The Growlers one second and the next-  plunge deep into heavier territory via The Stooges and Black Flag. Damn Jackals released their debut LP “Crooked Castle, Vol I" in May 2018 with shows in support at Baby’s All Right & Mercury Lounge. In 2019, the band did a 12 date East Coast tour, highlighted by a slot at Savannah Stopover Festival (headlined by Deerhunterthe Joy Formidable and Lucy Dacus). In Fall 2019, the band went on tour with NYC recording artist Fiona Silver (who toured as the supporting act for Gary Clark Jr.). Damn Jackals is currently working on their next release, which is being produced by Paul Ritchie (Parlor Mob) and they have their biggest plans yet for 2020. 
 
"With vocals that snarl, beats that kick and a delirious mashing of psych and punk aesthetics Damn Jackals deliver the type of garage rock that riles up crowds." - The Deli Magazine
 
"You can hear the meanness, the toughness, oozing from the grooves of the track "Crooked Castle". With eerie, AM-radio style keyboards, a haunting, fuzzed-out vocal that asks us to imagine what happens when those sweet kids from down the block " -Pop Matters
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