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Peanut Butter Lovesicle

Classic Rock from NYC at Tammany Hall: Peanut Butter Lovesicle

Brooklyn Psychedelic Blues-Rock trio, Peanut Butter Lovesicle is playing their final NYC show of the year at Tammany Hall Wednesday December 5th (tonight) at 930pm. The young family band (Brothers Jake and Mike D’Arc - Guitar/Bass and Vox - and Cousin Timmy Miller - drums/vox - have recently released their second EP, "Dirty Pride," with Super Producer Henry Hirsch (Lenny Kravitz, Madonna, Mick Jagger). Their single, "Black Eyed Blues" (streaming below, video here) with its undulating bass lines and guitar riffs, coupled with a raspy, slightly off kilter vocals, will have the ladies shaking and the guys inspired to make the first move (and viceversa!). There aren’t too many Brooklyn bands waving the banner of sexually charged classic rock reminiscent of Deep Purple, The Doors, and even Hendrix - and shooting videos involving babes in high heels and tight outfits. The intimate and dark Tammany Hall sounds like the perfect ambiance for a blast from the classic rock past. - Julia Kwamya


Peanut Butter Lovesicle to Play Cameo This Friday 06.08

Peanut Butter Lovesicle has a lot of things going for them. A name you can’t forget, a bluesy-psycadelic sound that brings back the ‘70s like no other, and a show at Cameo this Friday. The band has been tearing through Brooklyn for a while now, but nothing about them, from their bluesy guitars to their drummer’s hair, is what comes to mind when the term “Brooklyn Rock Band” is thrown around. These guys are a throwback with an original twist, and have the capability to literally rock your face off, a quality that has become all too rare these days. - Max Lefkowitz


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