Flounder Warehouse, The Dirty Vice Band, Brothers Gow

CEG Presents

Flounder Warehouse

The Dirty Vice Band

Brothers Gow

Jun 16 Fri

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Flounder Warehouse - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Flounder Warehouse
Flounder Warehouse is a jazz pop band that started in 2012 with Seann Cantatore on vocals and keys, Russ Singh on drums, and Luke Reitz on electric bass. They mainly play original songs written by Seann Cantatore and some covers by artists such as Alt-J and Erykah Badu. The band has since played with a horn section, and most recently guitar and violin. Flounder Warehouse frequently plays in the Philadelphia area and is very excited to be releasing an album in January 2015.
The Dirty Vice Band - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
The Dirty Vice Band
The Dirty Vice Band is a high-energy eight piece outfit from the south shore of Long Island. With songs ranging from rock to funk to soul, mixing in pop hooks and improvisational jamming, it is difficult to put a genre on the band. The group takes pride in this liquid identity, molding and morphing around the inspiration of each of the musicians.
Brothers Gow - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Brothers Gow
Live music has evolved throughout every generation. From solo performances for royalty, to orchestrations for aristocracy, to street performers who starve to share their art, to rock bands that scream from the heart, incredible musicians have always been as socially revered as any other studied professionals. Brothers Gow displayed a level of musicianship almost forgotten in this generation at the Music Box in Downtown San Diego on Friday night. Categorized as a jam band with influences of rock, jazz, and soul, the unassuming quintet performed what seemed to be a 21st century symphony, featuring movements rather than tired and predictable verse-chorus interchanges. Funky riffs melded into deep groove syncopations, original hook lines over double-stops segued into soulful a cappella harmonies, and lead guitars supported each other rather than dueled. The group's love for their collective sound was inclusive, and shattered the indelible barrier between performer and spectator. A shared goal between live artists and audiences is to experience an unforced osmosis of energy, and since a moment is only as long as you hold it, live in the now when you see Brothers Gow.
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/