November 9, 2018 7:30 pm

7:30 $10.00 suggested donation
The Owl Music Parlor
497 Rogers Ave At Midwood

About Allegra Krieger: A contemporary folk singer, songwriter, tree planter, art model, waitress, and cave dweller inspired by a life lived transiently and freely; with songs regarding her travels and the relations that have come and gone within them.

 

Chris Merritt is a songwriter, producer, performer, and piano tuner.  His thousands of original songs have been labeled Prog Pop, Piano Rock, and Jazz.  In a culture where mainstream music lacks originality and individuality, Merritt’s independent albums have accrued tens of thousands of plays online, and a dedicated, snowballing fan base.  Some of Chris’ music featured in mainstream film and advertising have even seen millions of plays online. He’s toured the US and Japan, put out 7 full records under his own name (and several others: from his early days with Paperface to his newer collaboration with Cruise Elroy).

The depth of songwriting on Chris’s latest album “Time is Real” has been praised by Fountains Of Wayne, Bruce Hornsby, and The Zombies.   Ye Olde Machine Piano is the upcoming album from Chris Merritt.  As usual, Merritt’s lyrics hit on topics from the cycles of civilization, to quantum physics, to love and loss.  Catch him now as creative, deep, piano-driven rock music makes its comeback.

The Mommyheads were formed in Brooklyn in 1988 and have been producing creative, melodic, and experimental indie-pop ever since. Their new, eleventh album, Soundtrack to the World’s End offers a blend of groovy songs, progressive art-rock, and bracing messages for a world teetering on the brink of social, economic, and ecological catastrophe.
“The Mommyheads are back, which is good news” – NY POST
“The Mommyheads are a true indie rock national treasure.” – FUN FUN FUN
“Look no more for the untouchable pop indie band” – INSIGHT
“When encountering this outpouring of melodic sophistication and creativity – both in the actual instruments and what is done with them, it’s near revelatory” – CMJ
“The Mommyheads specialize in winsomely low-key, perfectly cut gems of avant-pop.“ – NEW YORK MAGAZINE
“Incorporating delicately picked, Television-like Fender guitar chiming, ultra-catchy power pop infused tenor vocal melodies, and a snap-tight rhythm section, the group has fully realized a record of astounding ambition and scope.” – ALLMUSIC
“Man, they rock like motherfuckers onstage”- MAGNET

 

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