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The Bothers

Rock'n'Roll bill at the (new) House of Yes: The Nuclears, The Othermen, Art Gray Noizz Quintet, The Bothers

Hey we didn't know the House of Yes was back! The DIY venue/performance space will host an explosive bill with some strictly speaking rock'n'roll bands tomorrow night (Wednesday January 20th) at their new location by the Jefferson Street's L train stop. Check out the bands on the bill below, including Deli Record of the Month The Othermen and The Nuclears (pictured), featuring at the drums our own mag's distribution coordinator Kevin Blatchford! On the bill also The Bothers and Art Gray Noizz Quintet.

Quality NYC Rockabilly: The Bothers

We covered extensively the NYC folk and soul revivals in the past year or so, while - more recently - we couldn't help but notice the massive resurgence of 90s inspired guitar rock... Will the 2010's be remembered as the musical decade of revivals? If that's the case, maybe bands like The Bothers, who've been playing their garage influenced rockabilly since 2011, may be seen as some kind of pioneers... In the vein of J. Roddy Walston and The Business, these lads play tunes that sound like if Nirvana was into Jerry Lee Lewis and Stray Cats - the Nirvana influence being mostly due to lead vocalist Sean McNally's grungy tenor. The band played a super fun psychobilly New Year's Eve party at Arlene's Grocery with The Spastiks and Raw Dogs, check them out live when you can. - Paul Jordan Talbot


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