with Outcalls, Deep Sea Peach Tree and Jeff Draco
Downstairs, All Ages
DOORS: 7:00 PM // SHOW: 8:00 PM
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Saturday February 9, 2019
A stacked lineup of Indie Gems. Get hip Feb 9 at the Byrd!
Described by the Washington Post as "throwback indie rock," Makeup Girl is a music lover's dream come true. From their humble beginnings as a rock
duo started by singer Brody Steck and drummer Caleb Schiebel, the band has expanded and matured into something much greater.
Joined by multi-instrumentalist Johnny Leander, and bassist Avery Steck, the band is now at full power.
Drawing from the likes of Stevie Wonder, the Strokes, Funkadelic, and the Arctic Monkeys, Makeup Girl's sound can be described as an explosive combination of pop rock and other genres including jazz, R&B, latin, and funk. Drummer Caleb Schiebel tirelessly pushes his set to the height of its capabilities, pumping out tight rhythms that allow guitar lines and melodies to run wild. Audiences should expect an engaging live show, ranging from energizing rock songs to dreamy jazz inspired numbers. Makeup Girl songs are filled with surprises as the band flows from groove to groove, seamlessly switching tempo and time signatures as the songs progress.
New York four-piece Deep Sea Peach Tree consists of Kristof Denis (guitar/vocals), Andrew Dell Isola (bass), Wiley Watson (guitar) and Andrew Pesce (drums).
Self described as sleepy surf rock, Deep Sea Peach Tree has a dreamy/jazzy/garage sound, drawing influence from jazz standards, shoegaze, classic rock, indie-rock and surf rock. While attending high school in NYC, Denis and his friend Adam Wanetik formed the band "Disco Cream", releasing their debut EP as a duo in the Spring of 2016. It was not until all members attended Skidmore College in the Fall that John Colapinto was introduced to the band. They went on to change their name and play at various venues throughout NYC as well as Colleges throughout the northeast with bands such as Tonstartssbandht and Jeff The Brotherhood.
"The musical Swiss army knife himself has assembled a team of evil villains to make his basement concoctions come alive. Jeff is best described as
Mac DeMarco in an alternate universe where he doesn’t chain smoke cigs and has a very stable
family life." - Blake Ruby, Red Couch Records