Arc Waves, Young Harbor, Ricky Stein

Arc Waves

Young Harbor

Ricky Stein

Sun, May 28, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

Arc Waves - (Set time: 9:30 PM)
Arc Waves
“A Brooklyn band breaking the mold...that offers something refreshing to the music scene” - Huffington Post

"a glowing tapestry of mesmeric vocals and shoegaze-y guitars" - Consequence of Sound

“forging a texturally layered sound, merging droney distorted guitars, ethereal vocals and electronic elements with new wave and shoe gazer influences” - The Deli Magazine NYC

Arc Waves crosses sonic boundaries to craft songs that blur the lines between indie, classical, punk and electronic music. The result is a cavernous and enveloping sound that is driving, beautiful and mysterious. Arc Waves has played Northside Festival, CMJ Festival, Hypnocraft, Rooftop Films, SoFar and WFUV’s 'Dark Night of the Soul’. Their 2015 Self Titled EP is available on Bandcamp. Currently they are working on their first full-length LP at Rare Book Room in Brooklyn (Deerhunter, Wye Oak, Wild Nothing, War on Drugs) with producer Gabe Wax (Beirut, Palehound, Here We Go Magic). www.arcwavesband.com
Young Harbor - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Young Harbor
Young Harbor is a hard hitting Alternative Rock band from Long Island, NY that is quickly grabbing the attention of the tri-state area. Although they fall under the genre of Alternative Rock the band truly has their own unique sound. On July 22nd, 2016 Young Harbor released their first album titled "Better Off Alone". The band was formed when Guy Amir met Brandon Malave while studying music at Five Towns College in Dix Hills, NY. Young Harbor has played all over Long Island, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, and Connecticut.
Ricky Stein - (Set time: 6:30 PM)
Ricky Stein
Austin-born, NYC-based singer/songwriter Ricky Stein peddles a fresh brand of Americana and the laid-back traditional/progressive vibe of his hometown. Since moving to New York in August 2016, the guitar-and-harmonica player has been booked at many of the city's premier venues while expanding his ever-growing catalog of original compositions. Already with three critically-acclaimed albums to his name (including the latest, Long Summer, hailed as "among the best country sounds to come out of Austin this year" by the Austin Chronicle), Stein has proved himself to be a keen observer of the world we live in as well as a natural entertainer with a good-humored stage presence. Whether performing as a soloist with a blues harp and a J-45 or going full-throttle with a rock and roll band, Stein consistently delivers a set that is soulful, uplifting, and one that speaks to the present moment.
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com