The Kabbs, American Darlings, Holy Tunics

Sat, October 10, 2015

8:00 pm

Union Pool

Brooklyn, NY


Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Jangula is a four-piece based out of Brooklyn. Although “Strange Child” is their second studio EP, they have released hundreds of bedroom recordings to those with their ears to the ground for over six years. Their featured instrument is a Q-Chord, a touch-pad based synthesizer that projects a Legend of Zelda ice cavern mystery. Through this instrument combined with dynamic powerhouse drumming, dream-state guitar riffs and driving, serpent-like bass rhythms, Jangula is able to yield diverse sounds featured most prominently on “The Chamber Ritual” and “Hanging Gardens”.
The Kabbs
American Darlings
American Darlings have been providing fuzzy guitars and catchy melodies since Fall of 2010 throughout Brooklyn. The Big Takeover and The Deli NYC magazines have been buzzing about their latest record and Converse is helping release their next EP. Epitonic.com, Brooklyn Vegan, and CMJ & CBGB festivals also have joined the buzz. If The Replacements poured drinks for My Bloody Valentine, while J. Mascis solo’d in the corner, that scene would sound something like American Darlings: infectious, melodic, catchy and loud.
Holy Tunics
Nick Rogers
Jeremy Sampson
Matthew Billington
Davey Jones
Venue Information:
Union Pool
484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211