TurnStyle Music Group Presents
East Coast Islands
Jennifer Sullivan, True Apothecary, Paradox9
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
East Coast Islands
East Coast Islands is two brothers, Max and Dylan, accompanied by different friends. The more the merrier and the door to the basement, as well as the steps to the stage are, and will always remain, open.
We are from Bayside, Queens, just outside the greatest city in the world. Influenced by Petty to Marley, NWA to the Wu. Just know that WE jam to laugh inside while we see YOU smile. Enjoy the music! Come see us sometime so we can chill together.
Thank you and stay smiling.
Jennifer Sullivan’s music combines her sultry voice and sassy lyrics with funk, country, soul, pop, blues, and jazz influences. She is a dynamic live performer who has graced the stages of Bonnaroo, SXSW, and more. Following-up her Converse™-endorsed debut album, Somethin’ New (2014) with songs that sound “like Norah Jones” (Billboard.com), Jennifer shows an edgier side on her forthcoming record, “Proof” – coming soon. Co-written and produced with Grammy-award winning upright bassist, Billy Peterson (Bob Dylan, Steve Miller Band) and JP Delaire (Prince), the track features moody guitar licks, groovy bass lines and a pulsing electronica beat. Get 2015 Proof Tour dates and more information at JenniferSullivan.Com or follow online at #showmeproof .
True Apothecary is an experimental/pop/rock band from Westchester County, New York. Trying to sum up our sound in a sentence or two is unlikely, but if Circa Survive had a love child with John Mayer, we'd probably hang out with that kid on the regular.
Paradox9 seeks to create the most interesting music it can by weaving a wide variety of musical influences into an R&B tapestry to produce dancing feet, open hearts and thinking minds. Our lyrics are designed to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable, sing of love gone wrong, the fleeting pace of time and hopefully offer a bit of hope to what is left of civilization. When we looked for new members and were asked to describe the band the one word that came up was “mellow.” Not in a Barry Manilow way. No Olivia Newton John no “Afternoon Delight”. It describes the way we do things. No egos, no publicity stunts, no guitar heroes, nothing artificial. It’s all about making great music, enjoying the process and sharing it with an audience.