Jounce + The Undone Sweaters (Weezer Tribute) + It Was Romance

Jounce + The Undone Sweaters (Weezer Tribute) + It Was Romance

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Jounce is an East to West Coast band centered in Brooklyn, NY. An ever evolving post punk and 90′s rock hybrid. A product of a well defined generation only re-imagined. Nearly impossible to describe but easily digested.

Consisting of Dan Tamberelli on bass/vocals (who some of you may know from one of your favorite childhood shows), Matt DeSteno on guitar and Tim Kuhl on drums, the band is a mainstay at bars, clubs, music halls, colleges and festivals, consistently building buzz and refining their presence in both the live and studio settings.

We like to think Pete Wrigley would dig the Jounce.
The Undone Sweaters
The Undone Sweaters
The Undone Sweaters, Jim Tews, Danny Tamberelli, Andrew Short, and Reid Faylor, are comedians and performers who love to play music with intense, hilarious sincerity. They play a mix of Weezer, 90's rock, Dad rock, and originals. One of them was on a legendary kids show in the nineties. They're Brooklyn's number two Weezer tribute band, and America's only hope.

Their catalog goes far beyond Weezer to include other 90's favorites, and a few random tracks from other artists and eras (Ramones, Sabbath, Foo Fighters).
It Was Romance
It Was Romance
It Was Romance is a Brooklyn rock quartet that mixes in elements of dance pop, like if Fiona Apple made a record with Chvrches. The band began as the solo project of Lane Moore, using found and collected instruments, including an electric ukulele with a distortion pedal that she plays like an electric guitar, and her own voice. Their self-titled debut album It Was Romance was released on May 5, 2015. Pitchfork named the self-titled debut album one of the records to watch this summer. BUST Magazine called them The Best Band of 2015. Village Voice premiered the first single, “Philadelphia,” calling the song “mysterious but undeniably attractive. It evokes feelings of loneliness with a danceable beat, not unlike a somber nighttime walk home on wet roads, with colorful, joyous city lights reflecting like a black mirror” and praising the album for its “glittering instrumental aspect and Moore’s velvety vocal delivery make the rest of “It Was Romance” saunter around like the life of the party, occasionally winking just to make sure you’re hooked.” The Advocate called the band “one to watch this summer,” calling their first music video for “Philadelphia” “awesomely creative.” BuzzFeed named their first single Philadelphia on their Songs You Need In Your Life This Month list.

The music video for “Hooking Up With Girls” was released in late 2016 on the front page of Nylon. The video is a shot-for-shot remake of Fiona Apple‘s “Criminal” music video, which Moore starred in and directed. Nylon praised Moore for going “above and beyond to recreate the iconic video, searching for similar houses and costumes. Spoiler alert: She even added ’90s MTV title cards.”
Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249

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