484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
This event is 21 and over
Hayes Peebles seems to be well aware of songwriting's golden rule: the sad songs sound the sweetest. After a brush with notoriety, the native New Yorker spent his college years plucking out the beginning of the tunes that appear on his latest EP, Ghosts, a record that The Wild Honey Pie writes "captures the beauty of a lost cause, rendering memory and misery in bright, full tones" and "promises to announce a new voice in alt-country/americana.
Dead Gowns is a newer project from portland, maine. pulling on folk, garage, and soft rock tendencies, it's music in the raw & tender.
vocals,guitar/ gv beaudoin
guitar,vocals/ luke kalloch
drums/ ivan drangus
“It’s hard to describe Beaudoin’s prowess without coming off a little obsessive but here’s what’s known: she’s just too damn good and we’re not worthy… Dead Gowns play the music we sing along to while we’re driving and tear up to once we’re parked.” WURI
"Her voice brings Lucinda Williams’ to mind — that Southern timbre and boozy drawl — yet Beaudoin’s range is wider. At times as delicate as glass, it can swell and swoop into high-lonesome yodel range with ease, fall back and land flat on a dime... " The Bollard
"Fresh off the release of a new EP, this indie-folk-rock quartet is subtle and good. Have an ear out for our favorite track,“Kansas” — Beaudoin’s vocals shine the most here, and the melancholic guitar work pleasantly builds up across the five-minute runtime." Portland Phoenix
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