WFDU "Signal To Noise" Benefit featuring: Honey Radar / Antietam / Big Bliss

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WFDU "Signal To Noise" Benefit featuring: Honey Radar / Antietam / Big Bliss

Sat, June 3, 2017

Doors: 9:30 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

All proceeds benefit WFDU-FM, the long-running noncommercial radio station at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ.

"Signal To Noise" is a noisy rock and roll radio show that airs on WFDU.FM HD1 each Wednesday night from 10PM til 1AM, and focuses on local and independent music, with a heavy focus on local live shows.

Honey Radar - (Set time: 11:30 PM)
Honey Radar
Honey Radar has been described by PITCHFORK as "Lo-fi, catchy and classic-sounding, Honey Radar's albums evoke a dirt-covered Nuggets collection from an alternate universe." THE WIRE added "Not sure if it's layered solo work or a group or what, but it's great short pop spasms owing equal debts to early New Zealand's South Island groups and Guided By Voices."
Antietam - (Set time: 10:25 PM)
Antietam
Antietam the Band was formed more than a quarter-century ago, a New York City first wave indie band that rose from the ashes of Louisville, Kentucky's Babylon Dance Band. Led by the incendiary Les Paul guitar of Tara Key, for 20 years the group has operated as a trio, with Key's husband Tim Harris on bass, and drummer Josh Madell. Across nine studio albums they have chiseled a sound that once was loose, chaotic, and sprawling into a fiercely focused rock n roll maelstrom harnessing the power of Key's guitar and her priimal singing into their own version of pop music. The band's tenth album is due out this spring.
Big Bliss - (Set time: 9:30 PM)
Big Bliss
Formed in late 2015 by brothers Cory and Tim Race, Big Bliss has been deeply involved in the NYC music scene for the past two years, performing around 50 shows in 2016 both locally and nationally on tour. Their shimmering post punk attempts to bridge the gaps between pop, precision, and melancholy with a punk attitude. As a three piece, Wallace May's bass often takes the lead, acting more as melody than support. In 2016 they released two singles and their debut EP Keep Near on Exit Stencil records. They plan to release a 7" single in late 2017 with their debut LP following shortly after.

"Think sweet jingle jangle over jagged lines"
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com