Earnhardt, The Majorleans

Late Show


The Majorleans

Wed, December 7, 2016

Doors: 9:30 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY


This event is 21 and over

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Earnhardt - (Set time: 10:30 PM)
Earnhardt formed late in the year 2014 as the newest vessel for songwriter Adam Gerard alongside longtime drummer Grant Anderson. The two have been collaborating in various bands for nearly a decade, and most recently released the album "Hard Control" under the name Red Horse. Drippings of the Replacements, Neil Young and Exile-era Stones can be heard throughout the record. With a love of country music and its themes but not limited to its sounds, "Hard Control" told tales of love and loss, wild women and self-medication. Similar themes prevail in the material of Earnhardt, but with a more focused and full sound. Guitarist John MacDonald's soaring guitar work calls to mind the towering sonic landscapes of J Mascis. Bassist Dan Bombach's heavy, explorative beat lends a psychedelic hand to Anderson's insistent charge. While the band is fairly new, its four members are all veterans of the New York rock scene, all baseball fans, and all even handsomer still in person.
The Majorleans
The Majorleans
They might like you, they might fight you.

Singer-songwriter Nick Francis DiFonzo and Liverpool gunslinger and producer Chris Buckle lay out their finely tuned vintage sounds underneath the chic and wild underworld ramblings of NFD’s melodic lyrical delivery. Their first album “Black Belt” was met with critical acclaim. Their new single “Sunrise Mary” came out last month accompanied by a beautiful video shot by filmmaker Craig Teper.

Their sophomore effort is due out in the early Spring, mixed by Michael Tudor (The Strokes, Duncan Sheik)




"The Majorleans are a relatively new band, but their music is already something we can see standing the test of time…The riff heavy tracks, complemented by uptempo beats, and buttery vocals at times could be mistaken for rock legend, Lou Reed. So insanely GOOD."

-Baeble Music
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002