Black Wing Halo, Sixty 90's, Vulture Shit

Black Wing Halo

Past the hills, where late dawn peaks through the willows and barren trees, breaking
into scattered shafts of light, lies Black Wing Halo. The screams of the children, the
fight of the drunks, and the laughter of the women are heard in behind and in front, but
never in the center. There are shadows, but no figures. No straight lines. This is where
we lie.
Ever-expanding with a love and admiration for noise, soundscapes and distorted vocals,
Black Wing Halo is their own favorite radio station. It started with Josh Weinstein (guitar/
vox) adding pedals to his acoustic guitar, and even more to his microphone, which
became two microphones, displaying different voices to represent different ideas. Josh
then found his musical match with Doug McGregor (bass/vocals), Stephanie Linn
(keyboards/vocals), and Justin Hofmann (drums), and expanded from his acoustic
roots. Now, the quartet brings to the table an extensive history of music making across
a spectrum of genres, assembling themselves into a force to be reckoned with,
channeling 90s rock, grunge, and blues with experimental twists and lyrical depth.
Black Wing Halo continues to spread to the masses as well, having played SXSW,
NXNE, and CMJ, as well as selling out boat cruises, and rocking Massachusetts, New
Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Black Wing Halo released their debut album with producer Jason Rubal (The Cure, NIN,
Dresden Dolls, Killswitch Engage) in May, 2012, and are currently finishing up work on
their follow up EP, due out in June 2013.

Sixty 90's

Sixty 90's are the brainchild of Michael James McGoff, long steeped in the many decades and styles of rock since ever since he was a teenager. Joining forces with drummer Jeff Santana in 2009, the band performed originally as a two piece in the New York City area. Joe Capriglione and Spencer Lee Gallop, bass and lead guitar respectively, rounded out the band in 2010. Sixty 90's are known for putting on an electric and energetic performance, high octane vocals soaring above a steady and solid rock groove. Each song exists in its own style and universe, and the band is known for commanding a varied and colorful performance. They are currently working on their debut album, which is expected in the Summer of 2013.

Vulture Shit

Music for people who live in basements, by people who live in basements

$8.00 - $10.00


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