Code 509, Slyboots, Talia

Code 509, Slyboots, Talia

Mar 03 Sat

8:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Code 509
Code 509
Imagine if Green Day and The White Stripes had a baby, but that baby was overall a disappointment despite trying to follow in its parents footsteps. Well imagine no more! Code 509 blends pop-punk and blues rock styles to provide at least 51% of what you're looking for in a modern rock band. We'll have you clapping your hands, stomping your feet, and doing are damnedest to make any ex-girlfriends in the crowd feel like they missed out. Come see the band a mom once called "very groovy!"
Slyboots
Slyboots
Slyboots music strives to inspire and mesmerize; they want to be that moment of suspension, that memorable New York City high, that “ah-ha”feeling when you get the funny punch line or see art in action. We can’t all be cunning masters of musicality; but we can live vicariously through Slyboots’ creative ingenuity.
Talia Denis
Talia Denis
From the stages of Fifth Harmony and the legendary Rusted Root comes Singer/Songwriter/Pianist Talia Denis. Talia’s originals continue to evolve toward the alternative side of music. With intricate rhythms, driven guitar riffs, beautiful piano melodies, catchy hooks and passionate performances, Talia and her band’s concerts will surprise you, especially when you realize their age.
Tempt
Tempt
Formed in New York City, with an astonishingly young yet accomplished line-up, Tempt set out their stall in magnificent fashion and deliver the goods, as their full-length debut album ‘Runaway’ shows. In a word, respected music journalist Malcolm Dome of Classic Rock describes ‘Runaway’ as “Brilliant!”.

Tempt take compelling contemporary rock as their touchstone and foundation, but also keep one foot confidently in the past, drawing on the feel good classic rock of the 80s, lending their music an undeniably retro feel. This combination of new and old gives Tempt a sound and swagger that combines the cut and thrust of modern rock (like Rival Sons and Foofighters) with the blazing pride and passion of vintage arena rock (think Van Halen and Def Leppard); a staggering achievement in this day and age.

It’s an album that concentrates on the vital ingredients of any modern day contenders, filled with songs that have stupendous (but not syrupy) melodies and big, beefy hooks. Crucially, all the parts are in place, including Zach Allen’s great vocals and Harrison Marcello’s incredible guitar playing; all wrapped up in arrangements with enough twists and turns to not only satisfy the musically-minded, but to also reach out to those who just wanna rock. “We're not ashamed to just let things rock, to have ripping guitar solos and have amazing vocals and songs with huge hooks,” offers guitarist Harrison Marcello, by way of explanation. “We want to have people sing along and have a good time at our shows.” “Our music is fun. We're not Neanderthals, angry at the world,” clarifies vocalist Zach Allen. “That doesn’t mean we aren’t socially or politically aware, but we are young and we are excited about life. Our music does have an edge, but that edge comes from growing up in the streets of NYC.”
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/