Union Street, Winner Camp, Rachel Yohe and Goldye Horan, Zoos
Jan 28 Tue
Union Street, Winner Camp, Rachel Yohe and Goldye Horan, Zoos7:30 PM | Doors: 7:00 PM
361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Union Street is the Brooklyn based punk-adjacent-indie-garage-band playing the soundtrack to your existential crisis. Since mid 2019, front woman Annie Nirschel, bassist Cara Radom, lead guitarist Nate Aspinall, pianist Russ Stone and drummer Sam Fishman have taken their convoluted and hauntingly unromantic love songs all over the area, from Rockwood Music Hall to a place without a name in Bay Ridge.
Their single, "Alejandra", will be out as soon as they can figure out what to put on the cover.
Winner Camp is a rabid experiment in existentialism fronted by Dan Harpaz and Russ Stone. Paradoxical and profound, the music is offbeat and claustrophobic, but cozy, like drinking Nyquil in a broom closet. "Winner Camp" songs itch like lice the day after despite being impossible to sing along to. The Brooklyn based group has been bringing their potpourri of conflicting harmonies, blow piano solos, and tortuous lyrics everywhere they can across the 5 boroughs since early 2018.
Their single, "Sunset Park", is currently streaming on Soundcloud, and they advise fans to expect to be equal parts over and underwhelmed for 2020.
Rachel Yohe and Goldye Horan met as freshmen at Ithica College in Upstate New York. At the time, Rachel was studying musical theatre, and Goldye, classical guitar. They sound exactly as you'd expect of this pairing; gut wrenchingly earnest; romantic and pragmatic.
Rachel's first show was in the basement of a Brooklyn coffee house in front of the freezer on the hottest day of the year. The duo has been all over the city since, with upcoming dates at Pete's Candy Store and Arlene's Grocery and new music in the works.
Zoos was born summer of 2018 in NYC. With roots in Chicago, Guadalajara and New York, Zoos brings a unique flavor to the local indie dance scene. Lush guitar lines, explosive synth/ bass sounds and haunting vocals fill their tracks. Zoos is currently touring the NY area and working on new recordings and videos.