East Love

East Love

Beecher's Fault, Anna Rose

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

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

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East Love
East Love
East Love is an acoustic pop-rock band based in the East Village of New York City. The band consists of lead vocalist Lukas Effman, acoustic guitar/bass players and vocalists Robbie Fink and Alex Goldstein, electric guitar player Alex Utay, keyboardist Andy Koehler, and drummer David Berliner. Lukas, Robbie, & Alex Goldstein have been playing together since their high school days, Robbie & Alex Utay were in a band together in college, and they all teamed up when they moved to New York City in late 2012. East Love has a sound that is grounded in the acoustic and focuses on tight vocal harmonies. The band has performed at a number of iconic New York City venues including The Studio at Webster Hall, The Gramercy Theatre, The Marlin Room at Webster Hall, and Rockwood Music Hall. East Love has released the first three singles off of their upcoming 6 song EP (Little Less, Straight Lines, Unbroken) and they are extremely excited about their upcoming releases. Stay tuned...

Beecher's Fault
Beecher's Fault



Beecher’s Fault hails from beautiful Astoria, New York. The leaders of the band, Ken Lamken and Ben Taylor, met in New Jersey a few years back before they booked it to NYC to seek out the limelight after realizing their musical compatibility. Max Maples (drums), Serge Ruccolo (Bass) and Lauren Hunt (backing vocals) now complete the quintet that has been said to have live performances that produce a “wall of sound” complemented by “raw, honest lyrics” and “pristine vocal harmonies”.

As Anil Sharma from the Examiner puts it: “Their lyrics are visceral, their melodies catchy; in short, you will have their songs stuck in your head for quite a while.” They have recently completed their third EP, "Do As People Do" which was released in the summer of 2015. The song "Matchstick Kings" was featured in the trailer for the major motion picture "The Outfield
Anna Rose
Anna Rose
Anna Rose is rock n' roll. Raw and unfiltered only begins to describe the petite-blonde’s persona; so don't let her looks fool you. After her sophomore album Behold a Pale Horse, Rose has evolved deeper with her upcoming release, Strays In The Cut.

Rose sums Strays In The Cut into one crisp breath - bravery. Stripped of its fat and fluff, tracks like “Bury Me Deep” coarse through your veins with depth and rock energy. Rose is unconcerned with conformity and hones in on feeling. It is equally a reflection for Rose as it is for the heart of each listener: Bury me shallow where the rain can touch / keep the knife dull ‘cause I feel too much of everything. “I wrote this song at a time where I very often felt misunderstood,” where spurts of emotion get lost in the chaos of life and the vast music industry,” said Rose. “Bury Me Deep” attests to that focus heard in its hazy guitar riffs, defined pulse and electricity. Attitude crosses honest writing and pierces your skin: Bury me deeper where the sun don't reach / breaking my heart just so you can see the rest of me.

The six-track EP is a defiant revolution that pushes both personal and musical boundaries for Anna Rose. “I am very much an album artist and a storyteller,” said Rose. Sentiment and conviction fountain from Strays In The Cut while embracing electronic elements like omnichord, edgy guitar and Rose’s powerhouse vocals. “I gave myself more freedom to push my ability as a writer and artist” said Rose, all of which underline the EP’s transparency from the studio to the stage.

“Start A War” is equally mesmerizing. The intro conjures a calming effect, soothing the ear in the wake of its storm. Rose’s voice is healing. Her tone lures listeners into the heart and soul of Strays In The Cut. “Start A War” becomes a melting-pot of life, death and sorrow that blooms at each chorus and snare rolls propel the band into a distant forum of release.

By the age of five Anna had already taken up piano, guitar and dance. “My house was a rock n' roll house,” said Rose. The lineage of rock music is potent, filled with innovation, rebellion and respect, which Anna Rose fully embraces. Her roots travel deep to the birth of rock and blues, or as Rose calls it, “soul-food.” Artists like The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin have been at the core of Rose’s upbringing; “Oh my god, Led Zeppelin,” Anna repeated. Rose’s musical palette extends to innovators such as Muddy Waters and Tom Waits to Placebo, Nirvana and Soundgarden.

It is equally important for Rose to pay homage to those who have inspired her. During the recording of Strays In The Cut Rose continued this tradition covering Warren Zevon’s “My Shit’s Fucked Up” and “Downtown Train” by Tom Waits. “Anytime you cover a song it is because it has made an imprint on you,” said Rose, a feeling that bridges hope, melody and mystery.

Rose turns up the gain on Zevon’s folk-tale, amplifying its looseness and integrity. Unlike the original, Rose’s song begins with a defiant banjo lead, deep southern soul and earthy drums. Anna recalled Zevon’s Grammy Awarded effort The Wind, which was the singers twelfth and final studio album. Zevon began the record as a response to being diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma lung cancer. Two weeks after the album’s release Zevon died. Anna remains overwhelmed by Zevon’s bravery - a theme that resonates throughout Strays In the Cut. “You just can't wait because you never know,” said Rose.

Strays In The Cut is bold. It rebels, excites and challenges the current industry, human beings and their emotions that are clawing - waiting to be set free. “We as people deal a lot with surface-level feelings; yet each set of eyes sees the world in a completely different way,” said Rose. At its core Strays In The Cut represents all that Anna Rose stands for. “I’m trying to remember where I am at the heart of it. I’m a songwriter. I’m emotional...but if you're always fighting for what you believe in, that is all that matters,” said Rose. “This is who I am.”
Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249

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