Northside Festival Showcase at Bar Matchless (6/10) brought to you by Greenpointers, Supercrush, and Carabella!
Alright we’re about to get an influx of live music and shows next week during this year’s Northside Festival but we’re extra pumped about our own Northside Festival Showcase happening on Friday, June 10th at Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave) starting at 8PM. RSVP here!
Here’s a preview of what we have in store:
Our showcase is headlined by Heliotropes, whose second full length album, Over There That Way, will be out this summer. We are loving their latest single and can’t wait to here more live!
This time last year Friend Roulette released their latest album, I See You. Your Eyes Are Red, and we’re expecting to get a glimpse of their “enigmatic ability to wrap feelings of impending danger in relaxing, mellow psychedelia.” (via Spin)
Very Fresh with songs like “Clean Touch” doesn’t convey the bad-assery of its sound and lyrics in their naming. We can’t wait to watch lead singer and songwriter Cindy Lou Gooden, who “wails without ever raising her voice and thrashes without losing control.” (via Stereogum)
Secret Crush is also not what it would seem with its namesake. They “don’t write love songs, they write songs about deception… a cache of sweet melodies belying the acidic treachery relayed in the … lyrics” (via Pop Matters) And we’re expecting a just as intriguing live performance.
Los Bronson‘s music makes you think of sun and beach, reminiscent of their hometown of Puerto Rico. They’re going to set a groovy pace that we are looking forward to.
Kick off your weekend with some good music and drinks at one of Greenpoint’s best bars this Friday, June 10th starting at 8PM at Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave). RSVP and see you there!
Supercrush Studio is “a multi faceted production company on an independent level based in Brooklyn, New York; San Juan, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires, Argentina. The agency was born out of two friend’s passion for contemporary music and image storytelling.”
CaraBella Presents aspire “to bring all artists from all walks of life together in one room to represent the beauty and culture of Brooklyn.”