THE RECORDETTES • THE LOST RIOTS
FATAL FILM • MISSION DRIFT
Spurting out simple, to-the-point lyrics that harken back to say, well… If The Archie’s had gone punk and were fueled by a pounding Ronettes “Be My Baby” musical vibe, you would have a good idea of the The Recordettes' sound.
The brain child of art school animation buddies Andy Kennedy and Alan Foreman, Mission Drift writes and records catchy, riffy, guitar centric indie-pop gems.
The Lost Riots are very much of-the-moment in their urgency and originality but also hearken to the roots of '70s punk. You can say it's like Dead Boys meet the Heartbreakers if you want, but if you're talking about a Johnny Thunders sound you're really also talking about a Chuck Berry sound.
Fatal Film's unforgetable collection of driving rock conjures the sonic storm of Dinosaur Jr, The Seeds and Buzzcocks alike. Their album Thrill’r is an unholy brew of chemical riffs, incendiary space bass jams & pornstar politic.
46 Third Avenue (at Atlantic), Brooklyn, U.S.A.
Doors at 8PM. 21+ with ID. No cover