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The Hollows release live album "Neverending Show" at Bklyn Bowl on 04.23

The Hollows are that rare thing: a strictly democratic group throwing ideas this way and that from all six of its frontmen, yet somehow making it all work. Throw any instrument at the roots-rockers and they'll figure out some way to include it in the potpourri. And all this is poured out in their new live LP 'Neverending Show'.

From 'Canyon Rose' to the more aggressive 'Mad As Dogs,' 'Neverending Show' proves these guys know their chops, and are comfortable making it happen in front of any audience. All the more reason to catch them live when they debut the album at Brooklyn Bowl on April 23rd. Stream below the first single "August" (video here) and check out two more tracks from the album on the band's bandcamp profile. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)


The Bottom Dollars, The Hollows & Tall Tall Trees at Paper Box (9.15)

The Hollows, you may remember as recent(-ish) winners of our 'Artist of the Month' poll. Just about a year after a debut album, this Brooklyn-based six-piece ensemble of multi-instrumentalists released in June a self-titled EP, where textural guitars and grand harmonies brought a new depth, drawn from roots rock influences, to their multi-layered folk jams. 

The Bottom Dollars - who from the start pulled together a wide range of sounds from southern rock to blues, mixing-up an all-American high-impact burst of indie rock - dropped yesterday a new single, with which they're introducing the louder road they went down for their new album 'Good News Everyone' (due September 18th). In the first stages of a forthcoming tour, they'll be playing three dates with The Hollows, the second of which will be here in Bushwick at Paper Box (9.15) where they'll be sharing the bill with the high-energy performers of Mike Savino's brainchild Tall Tall Trees and Saint-Louis' Water Liars.


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