The Halloween Show

~+ Gigawatts Presents +~

The Halloween Show

Motion Studies, Sunflower Bean (as Smashing Pumpkins), Dances (as The Strokes), Haybaby, Scherzo (as Death From Above 1979)

Wed, October 29, 2014

8:00 pm

Baby's All Right

Brooklyn, NY

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Motion Studies
Motion Studies
"Motion Studies is fronted by former Tempo No Tempo inertia-man Tyler McCauley, who spent the time since TNT ended playing with Grooms and Teen Witch. He's left Grooms and is joined by ex-members of Grooms, Night Manager, and Magic Bullets for his Motion Studies project. Motion Studies say hello with a moody computer blues on "Hearts Will Beat", which sounds like auto-tune era Kanye getting "Love Lockdown" remixed by The Loyal Divide. The track starts in a claustrophobic space of opulent robo-balladry and slowly mutates into a pulsating anthem as the bass gains swing and intensity. "Kalimba" and "In White" illuminate brightness, that's aligned closer to the Junior Boys' territory (particularly that saxophone skronking on "Kalimba), but their shimmer rests in the brooding shadow of "Hearts Will Beat"." - Impose
Sunflower Bean (as Smashing Pumpkins)
neo psychedelic for the digital age: --- Jacob --- Julia --- Nick
Dances (as The Strokes)
Dances is a psychedelic pop trio from Brooklyn, NY. They recently recorded at Strange Weather with producer Daniel Schlett (DIIV, Here We Go Magic) and plan to release their new material by the end of the year.
Haybaby
Haybaby
Captains of your dreamboat/planet, the key to your destruction, children of the mind, whatever. We're edible. We'll pick your nose for you in your sleep- braid your hair, rub your feet. Thanks! Say hi!

"Haybaby's newest EP SUPERPRESENT reinforces the band's talent for mixing grungy guitar with sticky sweet girl/boy vocals into a sophisticated combination that's addictive and complex. Along the lines of the Pixies, their girl/boy vocals shy away from cute, and their catchy hooks take on edgy pop-qualities reminiscent of Pavement. While every song of this 4-track EP are winners, "Weather King" particularly shines. The bass line is suppressive and teasy allowing the explosion of bright guitar and Zack Ellis's animalistic shouts during the bridge to induce chills and goosepimples."​ -Pretext
Venue Information:
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://babysallright.com/