Statues of Liberty, Lulu Lewis, The Foxies, stereo shifter
New York, NY, 10003
This event is 21 and over
"LULU LEWIS -
The creators of Lulu Lewis are Dylan Hundley and Pablo Martin. They bring forth a multilayered approach to their music and visual art. Post punk, soul, psychedelia, garage and experimental film are the most easily identifiable markers as to their overall style and sound.
Pablo Martin, from Buenos Aires, Argentina (multi instrumentalist, songwriting) is the producer of the music as well and plays guitar live. His numerous credits include lead guitar of the Tom Tom Club and the recently critically acclaimed funk outfit The Du-Rites. Dylan Hundley is from New York (lead vocals, songwriting), is the producer / director of the visuals and has an extensive background in film and production as an actress and producer.
They are backed live by William Harvey on bass (Urban Verbs, Danger Painters) and Jay Mumford on drums (J-Zone, The Du-Rites). Noteworthy guest musicians have included Bruce Martin (Tom Tom Club), Hamish Kilgour (The Clean) and Jay Dee Daugherty (Patti Smith Group).
In the past 6 months they have been featured in numerous zines, blogs, podcasts and radio including Please Kill Me, Spill, Impose, Velvet Sheep,The Devil has the Best Tuna, YabYum, Atwood Magazine, The Deli,Vanishing Ink, Vinyl Distict, WPKN with Chris Frantz, Bushwick Garage, Radio Free Brooklyn and Little Steven’s Underground Garage.
Music, Videos, Bios, Press Links can be found at - www.lululewismusic.com
"From the desert sands of Phoenix, Arizona, The Foxies was created. Mixing influences of Billy Idol and Blondie, front woman Julia Lauren adds glam pop from the late 70’s and early 80’s to the modern indie scene…unleashing an edgy eargasm of glitter revival. With hypnotic low guitars, groovy bass and drum pockets, light-airy keys and quirky vibrato vocals, The Foxies will make a bed in your head with their contagious hooky tunes.
$8.00 - $10.00
Tickets Available at the Door
Mon, September 16
Mon, September 16
Tue, September 17
Wed, September 18
Thu, September 19