Emanuel & The Fear

Emanuel & The Fear

Emanuel and the Fear is a band. They live in New York City and Brooklyn. There used to be 11 of them, but now there are only 6.

Emanuel and the Fear have been advised to explain what they sound like. They can't, however, seem to agree on a genre classification since the only thing all 6 of them can agree on is that Marvin Gaye's rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at the 1983 NBA all-star game is a brilliant piece of music. If you call them a rock band, nobody will be offended.

Emanuel and the Fear have 3 records out which are available for purchase everywhere you can buy music online. The most recent of them is an EP, "Hands", that they recorded and mixed in 4 days mostly live in the studio. They also have physical CDs available for people that are still into that sort of thing.

Emanuel and the Fear think you should purchase and listen to their most recent EP "Hands" and that you will like it.

Emanuel and the Fear aren't sure you'll believe them so check out what Flavorpill, NME, Village Voice, The Guardian, Paste, Rolling Stone (Germany) and Vice (Germany) have said. Links to their kind words are available at www.emanuelandthefear.com.

Emanuel and the Fear are finishing mixing a new full length LP, "The Janus Mirror", which at the moment is set to be released in Europe in the fall of 2012 on Haldern Pop Records. It will probably come out in the US as well. It will be on vinyl as well as CD since the band is into that sort of thing.

Emanuel and the Fear will be playing the New York area through the summer and are currently booked for a few festivals this summer and two tours through the fall of 2012 in Europe.

Emanuel and the Fear are:
Drums – Jeff Gretz
Bass – Gil Goldin
Synth/Flute – Nic Cowles
Violin/Vocals – Liz Hanley
Cello – Brian Sanders
Guitar/Keys/Vocals – Emanuel Ayvas

Dru Cutler and the Heart&Hand Band.

Dru Cutler began playing music very early. His first Fender guitar was bought for a hundred bucks and covered with stickers from his early punk rock influences. He played with bands in Tampa, FL before getting accepted to the University of South Florida and graduating with a degree in Music Composition. He then formed a successful band called Lush Progress that toured the Southeast and made a music video for a song called "Even Now" that received over 51,000 views on YouTube. Dru now resides in Brooklyn, NY and works from his home studio making art music.

The Hate My Day Jobs

THE HATE MY DAY JOBS are a four-piece rock band from NYC. They’ve been compared to a punch in the face, their live show to a workout. They’re loud, aggressive, desperate, and all energy.

Check out music videos on our youtube page, follow and friend us on twitter and facebook, or look at our pretty faces on flickr


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