Hypnocraft & Wreckroom Present: The Skins, Not Blood Paint

Fri, March 25, 2016

8:00 pm

Union Pool

Brooklyn, NY

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

The Skins
The Skins are an infectious Brooklyn-based rock band consisting of siblings Bayli, Reef, and Kaya Mckeithan, along with friends and dueling guitarists Daisy Spencer and Russell Chell. Although they range in ages from 15-21, The Skins play like old pros, offering a soulful interpretation of rock that today’s audiences crave, while proving that age doesn’t matter!

Their self-titled self-released EP received rave reviews creating buzz from countless blogs, radio stations and labels. Their first in-studio music video, recorded by Wreckroom Records (Brainchild of actor Adrian Grenier), received over 10,000 views in its first week on youtube and continues its steady rise each day (http://wreckroom.tv/).

Since forming in 2012, The Skins have played two sold out tours supporting the UK band The Heavy, they blew audiences away at this summer’s Afro Punk festival, and were fan favorites at both the 2013 CMJ and SXSW festivals. The Skins’ licensing work has included the use for the Australian World Open on ESPN and Cinemax, which has licensed the song “Dead Hands” (off of their upcoming album) for an eight-week ad campaign.

The Skins just signed a major label record deal with American Recordings and are currently working on their next release. If you are fortunate enough to catch one of their live performances, get ready to be blown away and save your ticket so you can prove that you saw them before they blew up.
Not Blood Paint
Not Blood Paint’s shows have gained a reputation for being unpredictable, disorienting experiences. They employ costumes, set pieces, audience plants, and theatrics to create immersive spectacles that keep audience s reeling and give physical lives to their songs. The band has developed a system called the New Suit Methodology as a way of experiencing the music and environment differently each time, looking to encourage non-anticipation in themselves and those in the room with them.
Venue Information:
Union Pool
484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://www.union-pool.com/