Navi, Noxious Foxes, The Rice Cakes, The Golden Furs, Epilogues, Billy n' Gabi, The Pickups


"Super high energy and rad." - Roz from Roz Raskin & The Rice Cakes

Noxious Foxes

Brooklyn-band Noxious Foxes make loud, fast, dense loop-oriented rhythmically-focused rock music.

This is their record release party. So. Let's party!

The Rice Cakes

Three kids residing in Providence that enjoy making new, experimental, and fun music.
Opened for Passion Pit, OK GO, Atmosphere, The Joy Formidable, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, the Low Anthem, Tera Melos, Andrew WK,

The Golden Furs

Born in October of 2012 in a Midtown rehearsal studio, this New York City four piece is starting to make waves in a pool charged with electricity. Unwavering in their mission to dazzle through adventures made of sound and loyal to the city that bred them, they are newfangled crusaders of tone; sending signals of a sound that marries elements of rock, pop, dance, and folk and welcomes all creatures of the earth and beyond. Gilded through a universal nexus of music and love, The Golden Furs have shaken off the dust of a silent past and are now burning brightly on a stage near you. It’s a good time to be Golden.


Epilogues is a project that was created by Matthew Smith. The music has deep 1960 Folk roots but is fueled by the raw underground basement scene of New Jersey and the modern indie/folk scene rising in Europe and America.

Billy n' Gabi

singer/songwriters Bill Bartholomew and Gabriela Rassi first met in a bushwick artist loft in the late 2000's, and mostly ignored each other until they were each desperate to pay rent and began busking on the NYC subway system together. some 50+ east coast shows into 2013, billy n' gabi finally decided they were a 'band', and will kick off a run of 20 + northeast summer shows at pete's in Brooklyn on june 7th, before recording their debut EP in late summer.

The Pickups

Early to Rise is the result of months of collaborative writing and playing between Stephen Burke and Joe Fugelsang (The Pick-Ups). During early March of 2013, Stephen and Joe recorded the 8 original tracks in Stephen's apartment. The name Early to Rise comes from the time conflicts between Joe and Stephen that forced them to record earlier than most would prefer to be out of bed. We put a lot of pride and work into this record and hope that you can hear it in there. Enjoy!


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