Isadora, Honduras

Isadora

Honduras

Laser Background

Sat, March 9, 2013

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Isadora
Isadora
Isadora is a band which came together in Brooklyn in 2012. The band consists of Aaron Mendelsohn (vocals, guitar), Ian Mellencamp (bass, vocals), Jesse Bilotta (drums, vocals), Nick Burleigh (guitar, violin), and Josh Rouah (keyboards, guitar, vocals).

The band began as a duo, writing dreamy, melodic pop tunes inspired by early Andrew Bird. The lineup grew and shrank, and grew again. The evolution in the lineup has inspired an evolution as well in the band's sound. They have arrived at a rich, textured sound, sometimes going purely on feel and sometimes highly composed.

Surprise is one of the touchstones of Isadora's sound - the band will set up a certain expectation but then deliver more fully on something else lurking beneath the surface. An explosive burst of rhythm shocks you out of a smoother introduction on their upcoming first release, "On the Rights," and takes you somewhere you'd never have expected.

Their first collection of songs will arrive in early 2013.
Honduras
Honduras
Honduras has been described as "an incredibly fun live band worth watching watching every second" providing "uncontrollable dancing" and "punky perfection"- Dingus. Four Brooklynites who focus on melody and playing every show like it's their last. Fuzzy/spacey guitars, sing-a-long hooks, and a swinging rhythm section. Influences include The Cure, Los Saicos, Wire, and Jay Reatard amongst ever-evolving others.
Laser Background
Laser Background
Laser Background is the new psych pop project from Andy Molholt. Centering around how confusing & strange it feels to be a meandering, distracted youth caring about little more than dwelling deep in imagination & discovering ancient artifacts in the woods, Molholt filters contemporary situations through a lens of duality that co-exists between past & present. Childhood ultimately dictates how one perceives reality, & people try to ignore this fact all too often. Everything in life is cyclical...
Venue Information:
Cameo Gallery
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://www.cameony.com