Marvelous Liars, The Right Offs
250 State Street
New Haven, CT, 06510
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Punk Infused Anthemic Rock Music - JOUNCE is an East to West Coast band centered in Brooklyn, NY. An ever evolving post punk and 90′s rock hybrid. A product of a well defined generation only re-imagined. Nearly impossible to describe but easily digested. Danny and Matt have been friends since childhood, even through Dan’s bi-coastal lifestyle while he was Nickelodeon’s “Little Pete.” We like to think Pete Wrigley would dig the Jounce.
Marvelous Liars is a rock power-trio from New London, CT. Members include guitarist/singer Nicholas Johns, drummer Shane O'Connell, and bassist Nick Cancelmo. In just over two years they've hit the regional circuit hard, playing NYC, Rhode Island, Boston, Philly and many Connecticut shows including New London's "I Am Fest". In March 2015 they released their debut full-length album, "Another Castaway", with high praise from both fans and critics alike.
"Take the swagger and strut of The Stones, mix with some QOTSA-style desert fuzz, and throw in some catchy vocal melodies a la The Strokes, and you still won't exactly nail down Marvelous Liars. The Connecticut rock n rollers are just that, embodying the vibe of old-school rock with a modern edge." -The Deli Magazine New England
"Through smooth charisma and unbridled amplification, New London, CT trio Marvelous Liars capture the essence of rock & roll." -New Noise Magazine
"A blossoming talent that embraces various rock influences and some indisputable classics, renders smoky riffs and delivers fun rock’n’roll with a modern edge to it."- Idioteq
"..Songs are tightly wound, with starts and stops, precise hits and accents, riffs that compel you to stick the landings." -CT Now
"Clustered with power chords, and stand-on-the-dance-floor-and-scream-along choruses, the tunes comprise a brisk blast of timeless rock."-R. Koster, The Day
In June 2016, the band won three "Whalie Awards", including Best Rock Act, Best Rock Song and Indie/Rock Album of the Year. In addition to consistent regional touring, the band recently wrapped up their sophomore full-length album, tracked on the Neve mixing console that captured Nirvana's In Utero, John Lennon's Double Fantasy, and AC/DC's Back in Black. The band bleeds rock 'n' roll, with hints of blues and punk blended into the equation. Marvelous Liars' influences include Queens of the Stone Age, The Beatles, Arctic Monkeys and many more. The Telegraph Recording Company released their sophomore self-titled album in July 2017, available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora and more.
The Right Offs
The Right Offs (with no hyphen) are a New Haven, CT. based rock n' roll trio who consistently channel every ounce of joy, grit, and energy they can muster into their music. Fronted by the soulful and instantly memorable vocals of singer/songwriter/guitarist Max Loignon, the band also includes the dynamic rhythm section of Than Rolnick on bass/backing vocals and drummer Bob Breychak. Of their live performances the New Haven Independent said "The Right-Offs sounded tight, even tighter than the band is on its last release, and more ferocious, raging around the twists and turns in the band's clever, tightly wound material," while the #NewHavenMusic blog called one of their recent shows "one of the most high energy performances at Cafe Nine in recent memory...". In 2016 the Right Offs self-released their debut album Quiet Down to rave reviews in local press. Chip McCabe's 'The Metal Dad' blog named Quiet Down as the best non-metal album of 2016, while the 'Twangri-La' blog commented, after a favorable review of the album, "I can only imagine their stage presence." In March NYC's The Deli Magazine named The Right Offs as one of the Best New England Emerging Artists of 2017, putting in writing what everyone already knows: The Right Offs are a force to be reckoned with now and in the future beyond.
FREE WITH RSVP ($5 at the door)
RSVP closes at 2pm on day of show. $5 tickets will be available at the door until capacity is reached.