POPPIES, Underground River, Abraham King
20 Meadow St.
(between Waterbury St & Bogart St)
Brooklyn, NY, 11206
For the past couple of years now New Jersey resident Tom Christie has been making wonderfully windswept recordings under the name Fraternal Twin. May's "Skin Gets Hot" filled eerie acoustic recordings with existence-probing atmospherics, but his new release, "Small Wind Power" features a collection of unstable, unearthly folk songs that feel like waking up right after a storm has ended. -SPIN
Poppies is a rock band from Brooklyn, New York. Mellow guitar riffs and soothing vocals make for a nice dreamy sound that takes it's listener on an excursion.
HALF BROKEN TAPE MACHINE, DIRTY MICROPHONE, OLD SAMPLER, AMP, GUITAR, LOST DREAM, OUTER SPACE, HEARTS
Abraham King is a Brooklyn-based project with roots in Tel Aviv, New Haven, Western Mass, Detroit, and Philadelphia. It started out in 2007 as a solo project and culminated in the 2008 release of a CD/cassette EP on the now defunct Hot Air Press. The last nine years have seen many starts and stops with occasional performances in New Haven, New York, and Boston alongside acts ranging from Woods, Last Good Tooth, MMOSS, and The World is a Beautiful Place.... Abraham King now returns with a full band.