Sunday, February 18th, 2024
BOOM Collective Presents


Pinc Louds, Tall Juan (solo)

$25-30 Get Tickets
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM 21+ Years

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Valid photo ID required at door for entry

Doors: 6:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM



Artist Info


Initially a lo-fi project from Goiânia, land of the Sertanejo (Brazil’s country music), Boogarins have become one of the most celebrated Brazilian rock acts internationally: charming audiences around the world with intense performances, immersed in textures and guided by improvisations that transcend the language barrier.
The group began its journey in 2013 on the underground stages of their hometown Goiânia, when they released their first EP As Plantas Que Curam. It caught the ear of US label Fat Possum/Other Music who re-released the group’s home-recorded debut later that year, earning positive reviews in the New York Times, Pitchfork, Chicago Tribune and paving the way for greater recognition of the band in Brazil. The following year the band toured through Europe and the United States supporting acts like The Clean, Of Montreal, Guided By Voices and Neutral Milk Hotel. During those tours, Boogarins produced their second album, Latin Grammy nominee Manual (2015).
Between 2016 and 2018, the band was based in Austin, Texas, and recorded extensively between tours, ultimately resulting in their next two albums, the conceptual Lá Vem a Morte (2017) and Sombrou Dúvida (2019), which took them to major festivals around the world such as Coachella, Desert Daze Rock In Rio, Paredes de Coura and their first performance in South Africa.
In recent years, Boogarins have remained active with digital releases and music production workshops, releasing a two volume b-side compilation (Manchaca) and also presenting a six episode visual experience of their Sessões De Cura e Libertação (Healing and Liberation Sessions) – what the band call their free improvisation sets, sometimes presented as a compliment to their actual sets.

Pinc Louds

The band that “saved summer” (ABC NewsGothamist ) was born in 2015 when lead singer Claudi moved from Puerto Rico to NYC to fulfill their dream of playing in the subway. Two years after arriving, Claudi quit his day job and became a “fixture at the Delancey Street Station” (New York Times). Pinc Louds quickly gained a following, including Paul Banks, of Interpol, who called one of their performances “absolutely epic. This music turned my soul”. 
Channeling artists as diverse as Daniel Johnston, Billie Holiday, Pixies and Bola de Nieve, Pinc Louds’ sound is impossible to label. What it is is alive, constantly evolving and constantly true.

Tall Juan

Tall Juan is as tall (about 6 feet 3 inches) as he is named Juan, and in his brief career, he has lovingly commanded the art of pastiche. On his 2017 debut, ‘Olden Goldies’ Juan Zaballa introduced himself in 15 short songs as a rockabilly crooner raised on the Ramones—Iggy Pop doing an Elvis bit, maybe vice versa. The Buenos Aires-born singer made his way to Far Rockaway, Queens, where he honed his goofy brand of punk alongside former roommate Mac Demarco and songwriter Juan Wauters (from whom “tall” distinguishes Zaballa).
In ‘Atlantico’ (2020), drawing on the music of his youth, Buenos Aires-born songwriter Juan Zaballa’s second album cleverly illuminates Latin America’s rich musical heritage. Recently he’s been introducing to his live set new songs that will be part of his third LP.

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