SWEET FIX is a New York City–based band that sounds like cyber rockets exploding in the night sky. Their first full-length album, Golden Age, was released in late 2013.
SWEET FIX is excited to be returning to Brooklyn Bowl, this time with their friends Mother Feather and Chameleon—together these 3 bands will mesmerize you with kinky keyboards, yin-yang vocals, and glam-slam guitars. Witness the birth of cyber rock at Brooklyn Bowl on February 26.
"If you're feeling this you're my next victim," front-woman Ann Courtney intones with steely-eyed confidence, assuring the audience of motherfeathers of their submission to the cult. With their ferocious and enthralling live show, Mother Feather has ignited a wildfire of followers since hitting the New York club scene in 2010.
Epic songs warrant larger-than-life costumes and dance, and a garishly bedazzled Courtney and hype-woman sidekick Elizabeth Carena slither, thrust, and high-kick their way through a set that invokes Marc Bolan's cheeky swagger, Bowie's braggadocio, and the howl and shimmy of a "To Bring You My Love"-era PJ Harvey. This is pop cock-rock: anthemic riffs, now-or-never bravado, and tight dance beats bolstered by pop precision and purity of mission.
"'Mother Feather' is the muse," says Courtney. "It is the embodiment of your
wildest inspiration. Every song is a challenge -- to myself and the audience. I want catharsis and I want it now."
WE ARE CHAMELEON. Combining the likes of grunge, pop, electronic, and soul, Chameleon's sound offers a colorful bedding mixed with raw emotion. Flavored by catchy guitar licks, dance beats, and loud honest vocals, they have dived into the indie scene making a name by molding various genres together.
Based out of the heart of New York City, these two unique individuals, Chloe Lowery and Andrew Ross, have cultivated a style and sound they are proud to call "something different." Stemming from different backgrounds and genres, the basis of Chameleon was born. Their eclectic sound combines influences ranging from hard rock, electronic, pop, psychedelic, punk, grunge, and soul.
Chameleon was formed in the summer of 2011 and has been hard at work recording their debut record in between tours with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Joining forces with underground producer and beat master extraordinaire Doctor Robert, Chameleon has honed their sound into a distinct collaborative effort that is undoubtedly their own.
In just a short amount of time, Chameleon has gained a large following in the New York City area playing all the popular music venues and often playing residencies at such
places like Arlene's Grocery.
CHLOE LOWERY is a power house singer who's vocal talent is something to witness. She is also a cowriter, arranger, and producer of Chameleon.
ANDREW ROSS is a multi instrumentalist, writer, producer, and vocalist who has reached above and beyond to create an array of sounds driving from his love of classic heavy metal and prog.
In the studio and on the stage, CHAMELEON collaborates with various artists such as Gabe Marshall (drums), Aurelien Budynek (guitar/prod/mix), Caitlin Moe (violin), Jane
Mangini (piano), Eric Cooper (cello), Angus Clark (guitar), Justin Surdyn (trumpet), Lena Lien (sax), Asha Mevlana (violin), and Natalya Rose Piette (bgv vocals and writer).
Chameleon is excited for their 2013 debut!