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Intricate soundscapes combine with Old American songwriting in the music of these thought-provoking Brooklyn bands.

Wyatt

“Oh, Wyatt. Wyatt is cool. Wyatt is like this guy who has magical powers, but is totally comfortable with it. And also he is a good dresser, and dances amazingly well.”

So says a newly indoctrinated fan. WYATT is (also) the new project of celebrated NYC singer/songwriter Maddy Wyatt. What began as the solo effort of Miss Wyatt has morphed into a collaborative adventure with brothers Paul and Alex Wyatt, bassist Zach Lane, and keyboardist Dana Haynes. Since the release of their debut EP last summer, WYATT has toured all over the Southwest, played festivals from SXSW to CMJ, and earned kudos from the likes of NYC’s The Deli Magazine, The L.A. Examiner and Time Out New York, who says “their lack of pretension and simple melodies are reminiscent of Mirah.” WYATT aims to make you move your bod and sing along. The songs on this EP are the closest yet they’ve come. Vive la WYATT!

Jus Post Bellum


Jus Post Bellum is an Indie/Folk Rock/Americana inspired band based out of Brooklyn, New York. They began playing in the winter of 2010 and have since steadily built up a loyal following in and around New York City, playing regularly at many of NYC’s premier venues. They just returned from tour in support of their first full length release Devil Winter, which took them from Brooklyn through Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Louisiana. Based on overwhelmingly enthusiastic response, plans are already underway for several more tours this spring through the south and northeast in support of their forthcoming second full length album release due out in April.

Lynette Williams


Lynette Williams has a beautiful voice, sometimes known to bring audience members to tears. Seriously. Her music, while contradictory, resonates deeply with audience members on a human level... dark and joyful, abstract and tangible, sometimes all in the same verse. Her sound is a mixture of soul, pop, blues, rock, folk and jazz, with a little twang.

Tickets: 
$10 advance / $12 day of show.

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