Wed, Sep 26, 2012

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.

Doe Paoro - Born WholeTeletextile - I Don’t Know How To Act HereLudwig Persik - Forward MotionDalton - Shut Up And ListenAnya Skidan - Hidden TreasuresBuy Tickets Here

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.

Doe Paoro - Born Whole
Teletextile - I Don’t Know How To Act Here
Ludwig Persik - Forward Motion
Dalton - Shut Up And Listen
Anya Skidan - Hidden Treasures

Buy Tickets Here

Thu, Sep 13, 2012

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. 



    @PianosWednesday September 26, 2012
        158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
        Doors at 6:30 pmTickets $8 | 21+

Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:

Doe Paoro - Born WholeTeletextile - Don’t Know How To Act HereLudwig Persik - Forward Motion Dalton - Speak EasyAnya Skidan - SpiritualBuy Tickets Here

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.

@Pianos
Wednesday September 26, 2012
158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
Doors at 6:30 pm
Tickets $8 | 21+


Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:

Doe Paoro - Born Whole
Teletextile - Don’t Know How To Act Here
Ludwig Persik - Forward Motion
Dalton - Speak Easy
Anya Skidan - Spiritual

Buy Tickets Here

Tue, Jul 10, 2012

Join us this Friday for our monthly Pianos showcase where we’ll be teaming up with legendary bloggers I Guess I’m Floating as well as one of our favorite boutique labels Small Plates Records.
  
  
    @PianosFriday July 13, 2012
        158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
        Doors at 8:00 pmTickets $10 | 21+



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!

Buy Tickets Here

Join us this Friday for our monthly Pianos showcase where we’ll be teaming up with legendary bloggers I Guess I’m Floating as well as one of our favorite boutique labels Small Plates Records.

@Pianos
Friday July 13, 2012
158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
Doors at 8:00 pm
Tickets $10 | 21+

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!

Buy Tickets Here

Tue, Jan 31, 2012

Help Make Spanish Prisoners Kickstater “Vantasy" come true and then win tickets to see them play our show at Pianos this Thursday with Snowmine, Field Mouse and Ben Lear!

How to enter:

All you need to do to enter to win a pair of tickets to the show this Thursday is the following:

Follow @exfm and @Snowmine on Twitter. Then Tweet “Hey @exfm I want to see @Snowmine and @Span_Prisoners perform this Thursday @PianosNYC http://tinyurl.com/89mq2av

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!

Wed, Jan 25, 2012


Please join us for a very special celebratory Groundhog Day night of music with two of our favorite Album of the Week picks, Snowmine and Spanish Prisoners.

Brooklyn local Field Mouse and Academy Award nominated artist Ben Lear will be performing, too, making this is one helluva lineup you won’t want to miss.

@Pianos

158 Ludlow St | New York, NY

Doors at 8:00 pm | Thursday February 2, 2012

Tickets $8 (all proceeds to artists) | 21+

Snowmine: The Brooklyn five-piece embraces an indie pop sound rich with echo pedals, tribal beats, electro-acoustic soundscapes and classical orchestrations. The band is fronted by new-classical composer Grayson Sanders, whose vocals have been compared to Robin Pecknold and Jim Jones. They’ll be heading in to the studio to begin work on their next full length LP, but for now keep an eye out for their upcoming duel remixes with Twin Sister.

Spanish Prisoners: Lead singer, songwriter and guitarist Leo Maymind and his bandmates – keyboardist/vocalist Amberly Hungerford, drummer/songwriter Mike DiSanto, and multi-instrumentalist James Higgs slowly molded fragments of home recordings into layered, fluid, headphone symphonies that emphasized the raw randomness in electronic sound. Their most recent release Gold Fools was recently recognized as one of the top five Bandcamp albums of 2011 by NPR.

Buy tickets here and rsvp. We can’t wait to see you and cheers to the little groundhog not seeing his shadow!

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