Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Last Nights Presents:

Last Nights Presents:

This Saturday July 2nd come join Last Nights at Shea Stadium for a night of fantastic music with the likes of

Sore Eros

A fantastic collision of lush sounds and textures, the record touches on "Blue Jay Way"-style psychedelic drone, melodic pop, and fractured country-rock, all brought together by soaring, cathedral-like production and intonated vocals. Now a fully-fledged three-piece with Andy Tomasello (of Eat Cloud) on drums and slide guitar, Sore Eros has begun to take their music directly to the people with a live show described by one concert-goer as "frighteningly no-filler... [A] fifth-dimension bar band performing an exorcism." -SHDWPLY

’ve read reviews that try to compare her work to early Björk, but I just don’t hear it. I think all of her material, though this record is her most lucid to date, is less traditionally beautiful than Björk. Instead, there is a reinvented grace and elegance. There’s a lot more here to the exposing and communication of the female soul. We hear a kind of playful intimacy, a vulnerable exchange of dreams, and girlish joy put on exhibition for the listener to experience. This is accomplished through the trippy rhythms and ethereal vocals that can be comforting, vivacious, and overwhelming that sometimes bring it all at once or presents itself as a tribute to a single instinct. -Foxy Digitalis

With an upcoming 12" on 100% Silk (Not Not Fun offshoot) Octo Octa brings some strong communal dance-music vibes.

Special Guest DJ Jonas Reinhardt

Marking their first appearance in NYC since the release of their stellar album Music For The Tactile Dome, Jonas Reinhardt will be the DJ for the evening, providing tunes that'll keep the vibes going throughout the night.

"San Francisco-based analog astronaut Jonas Reinhardt is somewhat of a standout amidst the pile-up of experimental electro-synth albums the last few years have seen. The dude’s got a clear talent for crafting fully-realized and super-polished tracks that can span genres and moods while still managing, bless his heart, to keep it all positive." - Sick Of The Radio

Sat. July 2nd
@ Shea Stadium
20 Meadow St., Brooklyn, NY
$7 // Doors 8pm
For more info & to RVSP click here

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