St. Louisan Cameron Matthews' move to NYC has proven to be his best
decision yet, turning this Midwestern songwriter's dreams of taking on the big city into a
reality by recruiting some of Brooklyn and Manhattan's finest players.
Led by the husky/sweet vocals of Matthews, Bear Ceuse is filled out by the fanciful
and dissonant guitar work of Chicagoan Adam Horne, French horn extraordinaire and
current Juilliard student Jordan James on bass, and New School alum/jazz mainstay
Danny Sher on drums.

Bear Ceuse's upcoming record Don Domestique is inspired by the '90s hardcore sound of
Chapel Hill, and focuses Matthews' efforts on the home and the meaning of domesticity.
Recorded by long-time collaborator Patrick Crecelius at Seaside Lounge (Beirut,
the National, Okkervil River) in Brooklyn, and mastered by Paul Gold at SALT, Don
Domestique is a rock 'n' roll beast. The band was recently discovered by U.K.-based label
Medical Records, who will release their debut album in early 2013.

Radical Dads

Brooklyn never seems to let up with interesting new music and Radical Dads are no exception. Their howling guitars and anthem-like vocals should really put them on the music radar when they play the upcoming CMJ Festival in New York.
-Theowlmag.com

The Can't Tells

We are a band.

We embrace brevity with concisely written whatever in hopes of being listened to by you.

We are loud.

Amy Klein

$8.00 - $10.00

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Bear Ceuse, Radical Dads, The Can't Tells, Amy Klein

Saturday, July 20 · Doors 8:00 PM at The Rock Shop