Telepathe, The So So Glos

Brooklyn Brewery presents: The Brooklyn, Sweden Send Off


The So So Glos

Blonds, 2 hours of free Brooklyn Brewery beer!, Teen Commandments (G Train Song Contest Winners!)

Tue, August 28, 2012

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Rock Shop

Brooklyn, NY


This event is 21 and over

Telepathe have been hard at work writing and completing their second album entitled "Destroyer." They wrote and arranged the album in Los Angeles, California.

They co-produced the album with Lewis Pesacov, "Fool's Gold," and then flew to England to mix with legendary music producer and engineer, Ken Thomas and his son Jolyon Thomas.
The So So Glos
The So So Glos
You may have gone to, or heard about, The Market Hotel in Brooklyn. It's that way out-of-the-way party place that puts on all those crazy energetic shows (like No Age and Dan Deacon and The Black Lips) that are all DIY and entertaining and, well, punk. Shows at The Market Hotel can turn into "a happening" at a crappy amp's notice. You go there knowing you're going into the great unknown, ready to rock to whatever is hurled your way.

Not only did The So So Glos start that performance space (with Todd P), but they used to reside there too. Now that's living the lifestyle. These four guys, born and bred in Brooklyn, mix a wonderfully sloppy blend of angular punk, jangly pop and a little bit of surf-rock. I hear lots of Richard Hell (especially in the vocals) and a little bit of The Clash too.

The So So Glos definitely seem to be influenced by the glory days of punks past. But by looking backward, these guys are helping to make punk's present a much more entertaining musical era to live in, especially in NYC. Their shows are a sweaty and, perhaps most importantly, FUN good time. -Oh My Rockness
Blonds is fronted by female vocalist Cari Rae, who's accompanied by her musical brain and beau, Jordy Asher.

"Rousing and expansive in sound, wistful and sanguine in lyric." -- Stereogum's 'Band To Watch'

"...slow tempos and intense, almost Lynchian dreamy atmospheres." -- The Deli Magazine's 'NYC Band On The Rise'

"...a cohesive blend of sounds that lead to one roller coaster of a listening experience." -- Consequence Of Sound

"Slow burning, intimate pop..." -- Paste Magazine

"Absurdly catchy melodies and romantic vibes" -- Prefix Magazine
2 hours of free Brooklyn Brewery beer!
Brooklyn Brewery is sending some great Brooklyn bands off to Sweden to perform. See here:

We're sending them off in style at The Rock Shop with a 2 hour open bar of Brooklyn Lager, Summer Ale, and Radius followed by Brooklyn Brewery specials all night.
Teen Commandments (G Train Song Contest Winners!)
Teen Commandments have won the Brooklyn Brewery's G train song contest! Find out more here:
Venue Information:
The Rock Shop
249 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11215