Cudzoo & The Faggettes

Late Show

Cudzoo & The Faggettes

Party Lights, Les Sans Culottes, Parlour Tricks

Fri, January 4, 2013

Doors: 9:15 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

This event is 21 and over

Cudzoo & The Faggettes - (Set time: 12:15 AM)
Cudzoo & The Faggettes
Cudzoo is a triple threat. Pretty, funny, pretty, and sparkly.
Sparkles aren't threatening.

Cudzoo is pretty dresses and filthy minds.
Cudzoo is whiskey drinking and painted nails.
Cudzoo is the life of the party.
Cudzoo makes the rules.
Cudzoo is easy.
Cudzoo is hard.
Cudzoo likes to dance.
Cudzoo will make out with your boyfriend.
Cudzoo does not apologize.
Kudzu is a fast growing vine, widespread in the southeastern United States, known to take over anything in its path. And kill it.
Cudzoo is your new favorite band. Natch.
Party Lights - (Set time: 11:15 PM)
Party Lights
Party Lights unabashedly wears their power pop hearts on their sleeve. The bastard child of Cheap Trick and The Go-Go's, the Brooklyn quartet doesn't see a problem with worshipping at the altar of the Knack and the Runaways every now and again (and again and again)...and if a tastefully played, bone shaking solo wants to edge its way into the mix, who says there isn't room for that too?

Party Lights is Anna Anabolic on guitar & vocals, Joan Chew on bass & vocals, Elliott Klein on guitar, and Dave Smilow on drums. Their debut LP will be released later this year.
Les Sans Culottes - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
Les Sans Culottes
Brooklyn's Les Sans Culottes have taken the whole faux-French-band thing pretty far-the group's live shows are superenergetic, fake-multicultural events. You might not learn anything about French culcha, but you'll probably hop around like a lunatic.

- Time Out New York
Parlour Tricks - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
Parlour Tricks
Parlour Tricks have been hailed as "the perfect combo of pretty and gritty" (The Wild Magazine). Heavy doses of angelic 3-part harmony, thundering bass and drums and quicksilver guitar work makes their infectious brand of indie pop sound "50's nostalgic, 90's familiar, and 2020 progressive all at once" (The Most Definitely). The New York City sextet put on a show that shimmers with equal parts of sweltering rock n' roll swagger and sweet storytelling. It's easy to see why Spotify took a shine to their latest single "Requiem" and dubbed it "Vintage pop for the future" - with a subtle nod to the past, the Parlour Tricks are moving swiftly into uncharted territory.
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com