SCREAMIN' REBEL ANGELS
**Special Guest DJ's**
DJ Hi-Fi Hillary
DJ David Legs McDaniel
Fri, July 11, 2014
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm
Get your tickets from LITTLEFIELD- $5.00 advance $8.00 at the door!
This event is 21 and over
THE B-SIDES NYC SESSIONS
The time has come to bring music back to television!
The B-sides NYC Sessions is launching this July on NYC Life channel (25)
To Kick off the launch of the Premiere season, we are throwing a party at Littlefield featuring some very talented and highly entertaining bands, The Vandelles, Bad Buka and Screamin' Rebel Angels!
With Special Guest DJ's Hi-Fi Hillary, DJ Purevile! & DJ David Legs McDaniel on the decks.
You will also catch Sneak Peaks of the show through out the night!
We will be filming too so come out and support our Indie music community because it has a new home, on NYC TV!
ABOUT THE B-SIDES NYC SESSIONS:
From the underground to the up-and-coming, The B-Sides NYC Sessions features the best of indie music in New York City and around the world.
Each episode is packed with music videos and spotlights one New York band playing a live set at Littlefield in Brooklyn, N.Y. and an Interview with host Kristen Korvette chatting about the bands sound and vision.
Whether new wave, punk, synth, rockabilly, psychedelic or noise rock, no genre is left uncovered.
Flip to The B-Sides NYC Sessions for your sonic fix THIS JULY on NYC Life (25)
Thanks to their ripping guitar lines- and even finer harmonies- The Vandelles define the distaff side of the Noir Rock sound. Their biggest hits, including Lovely Weather (DBA) and Swell to Heaven (TTB), remain among the most potent and enduring recordings of their era. Formed as a merger of two local vocal groups, The Mercenary Gang and Del Black Aloha, The Vandelles take aspects of Link Wray and The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Ronettes and My Bloody Valentine, Buddy Holly and The Ramones, to create a sound thats uniquely theirs.
While crooning softly in the background, they take old school rock and roll your parents used to listen to and run it through screaming, blown out amplifiers. Having played from LA to NYC The Vandelles have developed an infamous live show that is an audio and visual assault. Garage cats, cowboy beat poetry, and the Wall of Sound. Turn your eyes inside out and dig the vacuum, This is Noir Rock and Roll.
Bad Buka is the kind of band that defies explanation – they bring their lively Balkan roots to NYC with the richness of world music, punk rock attitude, and even the spunk of ska. Their energy is so PURE that listeners are immediately converted. Theirs is the kind of music that any person of any musical background or taste can absorb, dance to, lose themselves in, and commune with. At a Bad Buka show, you truly become part of a shared experience – a transfer of energy from band to crowd and back again, over and over and over. This band is simply one of a kind.
Screamin' Rebel Angels
SCREAMIN' REBEL ANGELS
Those that have witnessed the live performances of Screamin' Rebel Angels are immediately thunderstruck by the fiery redhead ricocheting around the stage, Gretsch in hand, with satin and gravel in her voice. Those new to the band are stunned by the power and energy of the group, as if witnessing the resurrection of rock and roll, stirring within them the raw, primitive passions which first electrified audiences at the genre's inception. They are a force that has been igniting a musical blaze around the worldwide roots rock 'n roll scene, and gaining a momentum that is cementing their unmistakable sound and authenticity -which is pure Rock 'n Roll Revival.
Screamin' Rebel Angels are a Rock 'n Roll foursome hailing from Brooklyn, NY. Fronted by the dynamic soul-shouting, blues beltin', sweet purring of vocalist / guitarist Laura Rebel Angel, paired with the blistering, stratospheric lead guitar of Brian "Bobo" Hack, the pounding and precise drums of Sean O'Connell and the driving rhythm and gallop of an upright bass. Their head-turning, jaw-dropping performances are untamed adventures that invoke the primitive energy of early Rock 'n Roll and Rockabilly, and emotion of 1950s Rhythm & Blues and Soul.