We Run (Single Release Party)
The VeeVees, Butter The Children, Cold Fronts
Tue, January 15, 2013
8:00 pmCameo Gallery
$6.00 - $7.00
Tickets Available at the Door
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.cameony.net/event/204151/
Influenced by bands such as The Clash, Black Sabbath, and The Doors, We Run indulges in a brand of rock & roll that is on the rise in the hotbed of Brooklyn, NY. Their sound, brings mind T-Rex stylized guitar riffs flirting with dubstep as heard on their new single, "Like."
With the release of their new self-titled EP, We Run is currently playing around the New York City area and promoting their new record.
As Dylan would say, "the times they are a-changin'". And although it's not likely the world will ever see another Hendrix or Zeppelin, there are still those who believe in the dark glory days of rock.
Yearning for those dog-days is The VeeVees. This two man rock band from Brooklyn has little concern for anything other than creating raw, truthful, visceral music. Frontman Garrett Cillo first met powerhouse drummer, Andrea Belfiore, at an underground masquerade on Halloween night in New York City's Chinatown, circa 2011.
Cillo, being an avid songwriter, was immediately drawn to Andrea's incredible adaptability with any composition thrown his way. The duo hammered on, quickly garnering an exciting ten song set. From that set, the band pushed for their debut EP, hooking up with versatile Producer/Engineer Ben Rice of Degraw Studios. The VeeVees along with Mr. Rice arose from the studio with a strong debut aptly titled, "Tell Me It's Electric".
The sound of the EP emulates a grooving, infectious and heavy nature, setting an exhilarated mood. It's one you can turn on late at night in the confines of your own bed to visualize and replay your own personal fantasies. This original soundtrack seems to be the mere kickoff to a long, prosperous journey among The VeeVees' rocking vessel. If "Tell Me It's Electric" is any indication of what's to come for these vicious Brooklynites, then hold on to your sanity and keep your arms and legs inside the coaster at all times.
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211