No Hugs, Aunt Ange

Late Show

No Hugs

Aunt Ange

Sun, February 19, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY


This event is 21 and over

No Hugs - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
No Hugs
No/Hugs is an alternative rock band from Boston, MA formed by Narcissus A-Ngel in 2015. The band’s sound consists of Narcissus A-Ngel on vocals,Amaury Altmayer on electric guitar, Fernando Echeverry on drums, Jenn “The Red Man” on keys and Achal Murthy on electric bass.

The band has been appraised for its high energy sets and exuberant performance skills as well as the virtuosity and unique musicianship of all of its band members. Notable achievements are; The band’s win in “2015 Boston battle of the bands” organized by Guerilla music as well as headlining slots in Westbrook Live at 212 Halloween Festival and Salem, MA’s Halloween Festival.

No/Hugs was also the opening band for nationally acclaimed 80’s glam rock band Faster Pussycat at the legendary Paladium in Worcester,MA, for local celebs “The Shills” and for B.U Voice 2016 organized by BUCSA (Boston University Chinese Association). No/Hugs successfully completed their 1 year run with an East Coast tour (Boston, New York, Connecticut, Maine, South Carolina, New Jersey , Virginia, Baltimore) entitled “Summer Circus”in May 2016 and are currently in the process of releasing their first official Extended Play entitled “In Between” on 12/10/2016. Their sound can be compared to the eccentric energy of The Mars Volta, Muse and Queen.
Aunt Ange - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Aunt Ange
Aunt Ange began as a subconscious entity residing in the heads of boyhood friends Patrick O’Brien and Jack Kearney, and has since evolved into a art-rock collective: Incorporating visual arts and storytelling into their performances and recordings. The innovative sound combines lush instrumentation and choral harmonies into what Doktor John (Aquarian Weekly Magazine) described as “...Dark and trippy—heavy on concepts of mystery and mortality—Aunt Ange draws on themes that tap into a childlike vision of Grimm fairy tales, set to rock, with elements of early twentieth century musical idiom, and accented with occasional rusty-sounding saxophone riffs...” This ambitious, multi-media project seeks to expose basic human emotions, delivering a universal truth and blurring the lines between the “real” world and “fantasy.”
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002