PINK MEXICO, White Rope
140 Wilson Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
This event is 21 and over
Daniel Pujol is an artist currently living in Nashville, TN. Daniel's eponymous musical project, Pujol, is not strictly a garage rock act, despite what you might have read in any profiles, interviews and other published descriptions regarding his prior output. Said back catalog includes numerous singles, EPs and LPs on labels including Third Man Records, Infinity Cat Recordings, and Saddle Creek Records.
In addition to music, Daniel writes prose and poetry. He has been published by The Nashville Cream, Third Man Books, Sobotka Literary Magazine, The Walrus, etc.
The newest Pujol release is a blend of writing and music. It is called KISSES.
Daniel A.K.A Puj recorded Pujol's KISSES EP in his basement alongside his bassist, Zach Prosser, and engineering comrade, Ian McDonald. Drew Vandenberg (Deerhunter, Toro Y Moi, Of Montreal) mixed it with him in Athens, GA at Chase Park Transduction Studios. The idea for an EP was hatched by Puj following a stretch of lengthy and arduous touring during the KLUDGE 2014-2015 campaign when he realized that the poetry and rock & roll demos he was working on independently fit together.
KISSES is eight tracks: three poems and five rock & roll songs. The EP is the second in a series of limited releases from Puj's Bartertown Co-Op. So keep the dial set to PUJOLDOTCOM.com for all Pujol related news, and remember:
"You can't save the world, but you can heal it-if your kisses blow one at a time."
The debut album, PNIK MXEICO from the band PINK MEXICO was self-released on June 10th 2013 via www.pinkmexico.bandcamp.com
PINK MEXICO is the music of Robert Preston, the drummer/vocalist of the late Brooklyn Duo, Anything But Animals.
It all began in 1991, surviving various musical collaborations and a wealth of trial and error, Preston attempted to individually capture the sound he had been eager to achieve since pre-puberty.
The recording process took place in a booze-drenched party basement in Bestuy, Brooklyn. All the instruments on the album were performed by Preston and engineered/mixed by Jon Granoff (producer/musician)
After moving across the country, from Brookyn, NY to Venice, CA, Preston self-released the album PNIK MXEICO, mastered by Nuutti Kataja of the NYC band Dead Combo.
Post album release, John Chambers was enlisted as the first and only other official member of the band, PINK MEXICO.
Bad Boys/Sad Boys. Roaring guitar, noise, distorted crunchy synthesizers, dark lyrics and killer vocals. Songs about loving, losing, hating, coming, and crying by a Rock and roll band recruiting teenage boys.
$10.00 - $12.00
Tickets Available at the Door
Fri, November 17
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