Break Out Day (Record Release Show), The Fuzz (FKA Chevonne And The Fuzz), Shiffley, 21 Kings

Break Out Day (Record Release Show), The Fuzz (FKA Chevonne And The Fuzz), Shiffley, 21 Kings

May 23 Wed

7:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Break Out Day
Break Out Day
Break Out Day is an Alternative / Pop Punk / Rock band based in Roslyn, New York.
Break Out Day was started by identical twin brothers Andrew and Jason Weisbein in the summer of 2009 in the village of Roslyn on the North Shore of Long Island, NY. Influenced by artists such as blink-182, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy, Simple Plan, and Angels & Airwaves, Andrew and Jason spent the next few years writing original music and playing local shows. In May 2013, after filling in for a couple of shows, Perry Dornbush joined the band as their full-time drummer. They performed as a three-piece group for a while, but were eager to acquire a fourth member to serve as a permanent lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist. After adding a new member to fill that slot, the bad hit the studio that summer to record their first official release. In September 2013, the band unleashed its sound in the debut EP "The Nights That Made It." After the departure of that fourth member, the band spent three years searching and auditioning several candidates to fill that role. The band officially added Brandon Wimberly as its fourth member in November 2016. Now with a solid, four-member lineup, Break Out Day is performing, writing, and recording consistently all around the tri-state area.
The Fuzz (FKA Chevonne And The Fuzz)
The Fuzz (FKA Chevonne And The Fuzz)
Shiffley
Shiffley
"Shiffley, as a band, lies on the other side of DIY, on the side that is transparently earnest in its outreach for commercial success. And this, in itself, makes the band that much more endearing, and that much more likely to succeed." – NYS Music

When a band like New York's Shiffley comes along, you pay attention. Not just because of their catchy melodies and stellar live show, but because of how much fun is had both on the stage and in your headphones.

Since the release of their last EP ‘Anthem City’, Alex Ganes (vocals/guitar), Alex Jenks (keys), Bryan Contreras (Drums), and Shaune Killough (Bass) have been actively working towards their first full-length release. If there is any doubt that their future offerings will be anything less than extraordinary, you need only listen to their newest slew of singles, such as the fast-paced, contagious, dance pop anthem, “Systems.”

With numerous success in TV placements (E!, TruTV, MTV Canada, and Travel Channel), and opening slots for acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Night Riots, Plain White T’s, Strange Talk, Patent Pending, and Donna Missal, the band has seen no shortage of success since their inception, and with their full-length poised for release in 2018, they are without a doubt a band that you’ll want to keep your eye on.
21 Kings
21 Kings
rio consists of Stefan Iseldyke on lead guitar and vocals, Jon Nicosia on Bass and vocals, and Steve Nicosia on drums. The childhood friends who cut their teeth playing cover songs at barbecues and graduation parties had their foray into original music with their previous bands Sound Perception and Gray Millennials. The trio later came together to create new original music under the moniker 21 Kings in late 2015.

Their first release, Ante Up, draws on their multitude of influences which shine through on Punk and Hard Rock numbers "Instagratification" and "Find My Way". The EP also features alternative genres such as the dance beat driven "I Can't Tell" and the Indie Rock inspired "Patterns". Lyrically, Ante Up explores a variety of modern themes such as the pitfalls of life in the digital age to more classic themes including love, loss, and redemption.

After a busy year of shows throughout 2016, the band developed and released their second EP, Daily Grind. The second release from 21 Kings explores the "Daily Grinds" individuals go through every day. From troubled relationships and enduring the repetition of an unfulfilling job to battling addition and the struggles of living on the street. The songs, often presented from the first person perspective, are peppered with thundering drum beats, grooving bass lines and searing guitar riffs.
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/