Tonight’s the night folks! Come on down to Pianos for our event featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya.
Here’s a little sneak peek at tonights performers.
Join us at Pianos on Wednesday, September 26th for our showcase featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya.
Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:Doe Paoro - Born Whole
The lineup features Brooklyn duo Beacon who blew us away with their No Body EP earlier this year and have recently shared the stage with talent like Tycho, Selebrities and Niki & The Dove.
We’ll have Philly electro-poppers Gracie holding it down as well as Florida turned Brooklyn buzz band Blonds, self-proclaimed “Sex Pop” artists Night Panther and our openers Yung Life who’ll graciously be kicking off the fiesta.
It’s Friday the 13th so you know it’s going to get weird!
How to enter:
All you need to do to enter to win a pair of tickets to the show this Thursday is the following:
Contest will run until 3:00 pm est today Tuesday, January 31st. Winners will be announced that evening around 7:00 pm est Good luck!
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