Entries tagged with: Bird to Prey
by Bill Pearis
Detroit Rebellion are not from the Motor City, instead hailing from Providence, RI. But they do kinda sound like they could be from there, delivering a guitar-and-drums groovy blues attack. Their sound is less Jack White and maybe more early Beck, however, as evidenced on the two EPs the duo have released this year, both of which are streamable below. Detroit Rebellion also have a brand new video for "Some of the Time (Some Other Time)" which is from last month's The Detroit Rebellion of '67 EP and stars a coconut. Watch that below.
The band will be making their way over to NYC for a show at Cake Shop on August 15 that also features Metalleg, Shackletons and Bird to Prey. All upcoming dates are listed, along with video and EP streams, below.
Dufus' last show at Cake Shop in 2010 (more by Daniel Sieradski)
Manhattan's SideWalk Cafe is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and in honor of that, they'll be having anniversary events all year long. The first of these will be the winter edition of the bi-annual Antifolk Festival, which will take place at the cafe from February 19 to 28. The 10-day festival includes a number of performers each day, and the full schedule is below. One of the notable ones is on February 26, the cafe will host Jeffrey Lewis & Peter Stampfel (of Holy Modal Rounders), who have a long collaborative history, plus Forest Creature, Larkin Grimm, and others.
Forest Creature is the new duo of Seth Faergolzia (Dufus) and John Ludington, and the Sidewalk Cafe show is part of their February/March tour, which also includes a Brooklyn show later that night (2/26) at Goodbye Blue Monday (1087 Broadway) with Chingching. They recently revealed their first track, "Beasly," a meandering antifolk cut, which you can stream below, along with a list of all dates.