Only Living Boy, The Disappointment, Peculiar Gentlemen

Only Living Boy

The Disappointment

Peculiar Gentlemen

Sat, March 2, 2013

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Rock Shop

Brooklyn, NY

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Only Living Boy
Only Living Boy
Only Living Boy eats raw hearts for breakfast. Fueled by life's stunning brokenness, the band's distinct rock sound offers listeners an authentic and poignant experience. The trio's unrivaled style is a combination of psych rock inherited from their parents' vinyl and the alternative rock of their own MTV adolescence, woven together with threads of blues, reggae and punk. Thanks to its hometown's suspension between the woods of Pennsylvania and the concrete of New York City, Only Living Boy's northwestern New Jersey roots help define its sound and attitude—organic with an edge. —Niki Coate, WNTI
The Disappointment
The Disappointment
The disappointment is a rock n roll band from brooklyn. this is the shocking story of four white males who like a modern, mildly sarcastic take on rocknroll, blues, and soul music. big surprise.

but in an age of widespread amateurs and homespun almost-rock, it’s refreshing to hear the real thing. the songwriting is intelligent and displays clarity, humor, and self-deprication. the arrangments are strong yet minimalist. and together they create a dark mis en scene that authentically captures the culture of modern life in the paradox that is brooklyn.

the band released their debut recording entitled, Damn Righteous, this summer, will be on tour in the northeast in the fall, and they can be found online at:

tell your friends. enjoy responsibly
Peculiar Gentlemen
Peculiar Gentlemen
Peculiar Gentlemen, the unlikely duo of folk/rock guitarist "Sweet" Willy Jive and hip hop/dance influenced keyboardist E-Beats, have hit full stride with their sophomore album The Difference.
This time, backed by a full band and three flavorful vocalists, Peculiar Gentlemen have compiled what may very well be the ultimate road-trip soundtrack comprised entirely of original music. Tear into the open road with the raw New York rock anthem, "Nasty", before cruising through the enthusiastic sentiment of "Tape Machine" and coasting into the blues of love lost along the way in "Goodnight Kiss". Through clever lyrics, infectious rhythm, old-school soul and an extraordinary sense of humor, Peculiar Gentlemen move through genres with effortless ease..
Venue Information:
The Rock Shop
249 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.therockshopny.com/