THE BROUGHT LOW
with THE LIVE ONES and THE PIONEERS OF SEDUCTION
Outer borough champions of high-energy boogie rock, The Brought Low recently released their third full-length album, the aptly titled Third Record, to near-universal acclaim. Heavy music blog The Obelisk called them "the best rock and roll band in New York" and The Big Takeover said "Previous albums have been excellent, but Third Record takes the group to a whole 'nother level, indisputably placing The Brought Low in the ranks of the Great American Bands."
Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa punk rock'n'rollers The Live Ones have been thrilling Brooklynites for years and making them get up and get down with their raucous sound. Their debut album, Yer Quite Welcome, came out this year on Drug Front Records and of it The Big Takeover said "As a hard rocking power trio led by drummer Mike Czekaj, LO blast through 12 songs that are part Rolling Stones rock’n’roll, part Dictators sound and fury, part fun-loving hair metal, and all sweat and energy, the kind that comes from guys who live to play like their lives depend on it."
The Pioneers Of Seduction combine the best elements of downtown NYC rock and recorded their first album with famed indie-rock producer Steve Albini. The Deli Magazine said of the, "The Pioneers of Seduction sure have a sense of humor — but also some (truly) kick ass punky tunes played with flair (which is as important as the kick ass part...)."
Friday, November 4th at Union Hall
702 Union Street, Brooklyn, U.S.A.
Doors at 8PM. $8 cover.
(Tickets available via TicketWeb)