Chamber Band (Residency), The Never Evers, Air For Ants, Reiner, Buenos Diaz

Chamber Band (Residency)

Sounding equal parts The Decemberists and the White Stripes (by way of Danny Elfman), Chamber Band – a name taken ironically, we’re told – endlessly strives to strike the right balance between playing no-frills indie rock and telling a good goddamn story. The Brooklyn five-hander has a propensity towards keeping it brief, burning through their jams with hooky, minimalist musicality, stopping only to guzzle their drinks or poll the audience about “where the Catan at.” They’re currently playing and promoting their debut album, Deities – eleven sticky tracks about love and heartbreak in the world of Dungeons & Dragons.

The Never Evers

The Never Evers are Rock n' Roll

Air For Ants

Progressive Pop


Buenos Diaz

childhood car rides to school
texas mornings
the radio blasting
the latest new wave hits by
talking heads, de peche mode, prince, tears for fears
all being consumed
not knowing they would later be revisited
and used as inspiration for a future musical project called
buenos diaz
in new york city
beginning in harlem
late at night with a keyboard
a guitar, a bass, a microphone, some computers
after all night blues and jazz shows
with friends
with musicians
with a band
on the road
that led to williamsburg
and more late nights
and more friends
and more music
and a new band called
buenos diaz


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