Lux Petit, The Golden Age of Radio, Albis (Solo Acoustic)

Lux Petit

The Golden Age of Radio

Albis (Solo Acoustic)

Sun, March 3, 2013

Doors: 9:00 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

This event is 21 and over

Lux Petit - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
Lux Petit
Lux Petit is a troupe of French existentialists and nihilists, united in their disregard for the current state of musical entertainment. This will be their first trip to the U.S.
The Golden Age of Radio - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Golden Age of Radio
Long Island-born siblings Craig Howe (Guitar/Vox) and Julia Howe (Keys/Vox) created The Golden Age of Radio after moving to New York City. The next few years saw them round out their lineup with a rotating cast of characters, ending eventually with the permanent addition of longtime friends Brian Lucrezia (Bass) and Jarad Needham (Drums). The now Brooklyn-based indie quartet recorded their first full-length, Grow, with producer Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb the Music Industry, in 2010.
Albis (Solo Acoustic) - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Albis (Solo Acoustic)
Oscar Albis Rodriguez is the hardest working dude in show business. After a decade touring with unsung indie punk legends Nakatomi Plaza, Oscar set out writing and performing songs as a solo artist, drawing inspiration from the likes of Elliott Smith, Neil Young, and Sparklehorse. In 2012 he released the self-produced "Big Day EP" and supported it with solo tours up and down both Coasts, through the Midwest, and appearances at SXSW and CMJ. Currently he is working with a new backing band that includes Gunnar Olsen (The Exit, Mother Feather), Mike Chiavaro (Knights on Earth), and Dave Sherman (Grand Mal) to make things... louder. The four piece will head up to Guilford Sound in Vermont this April to record his debut full-length with Dave Snyder (Ruth Ruth). In the meantime, you can also check out Oscar performing with a wide variety of artists including No Way, Daughter & Son, Fashion Week, A Great Big World, Infinity Spaceship (live band karaoke), and The Sweater Songs (Weezer tribute) or fronting his follow-up to Nakatomi Plaza, Ghost Robot Ninja Bear. He is truly the hardest working dude in show business.
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com