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Blending elements of acoustic blues, vintage soul, and conscious hip-hop into a mixture that's expressive yet deeply personal, Son Little is the alias of Aaron Livingston, a singer, instrumentalist, and songwriter who divides his time between his own music and collaborating with others. Aaron Livingston was born in Los Angeles, California, where his mother was an educator and his father was a man of the cloth. Livingston was still a child when his family moved to Queens, New York, and Livingston became fascinated with the flavors of urban life. After graduating from high school, Livingston studied at Columbia University, but dropped out and worked day jobs for a while before relocating to Philadelphia and enrolling at Temple University. While in Philadelphia, Livingston struck up a friendship with members of the Roots, and he guested on their 2011 album Undun; that same year, Livingston collaborated with alternative hip-hop artist Rjd2 in a project they called Icebird, releasing an album called The Abandoned Lullaby. Livingston soon began recording and releasing digital albums, beginning with Aaron Livingston's Greatest Hits, Vol. -1, but in 2013, he began making music under the name Son Little. In 2014, Son Little signed with Anti Records, and in November of that year he dropped a six-song EP entitled Things I Forgot through the label. ~ Mark Deming
So, Halloween happens to fall on a Saturday, most ideal we would say. You know the drill. Show up in the most memorable monstrosity and win our annual $500 cash prize for Best Costume. DJ Dougie Boom hits the Lounge @10PM + ITZSOWEEZEE will get things freaky in our Underground @11PM.
Dougie Boom has established himself as a staple in the Toronto scene. Having played in nearly every bar and club in the city, he's shared the stage with acts such as Chromeo, Flosstradamus, Holy Fuck, Thunderheist and countless others. With his intensive knowledge of music and experience, Dougie Boom jumps seamlessly from one genre to the next and keeps the dance floor moving.
Check out the first single from "The Gold Standard", "Paulson" on Soundcloud!: https://soundcloud.com/marrow-music/paulson Marrow is Matt Carroll, Macie Stewart, Lane Beckstrom, and Liam Cunningham. They released their first project entitled "TWO" in December 2013. Marrow is currently finishing up their first full length album entitled "The Gold Standard" released on September 4th, 2015.
Hi, my name is Allison Weiss and we are a band called Allison Weiss - a Los Angeles–based indie pop singer-songwriter.
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Teams of 4 or less put their random knowledge to the test as hosts Megan Griffith-Greene and Jeromy Lloyd fire off questions ranging from sporting records and celebrity scandals to geographic discoveries and culinary lingo.
It’s only $2 to participate and the winning table gets an $80 Drake Gift Card, not to mention bragging rights! So grab a brew, enjoy a whole lot of laughs and get ready to play. Please click here to reserve with OpenTable, or show up early to ensure a spot for your team! Don't be dismayed if reservations are full, we save quite a few tables for our walk-in pals.
Strange Talk are the flourishing melodies heard behind rooftop conversations amongst strangers. They’re also moonlighting as the anthem to your club and festival night. That’s the kind of beguiling juxtaposition that the Melbourne duo, comprised of Stephen Docker and Gerard Sidhu bring to your summer soundtrack.
Low Cut Connie is a rock and roll band established in Philadelphia in 2010 by frontmen and founding members Adam Weiner and Dan Finnemore. The band has been recognized by various media in the US for their records and high-energy live show, of which the L.A. Weekly recently said "Their ferocious live show...is unmatched in all of rock right now."
Nashville country-rock combo Promised Land Sound (formerly Promised Land) chose to begin at the beginning, unselfconsciously; they named themselves after an immortal road-dogging Berry jam and proceeded from there. For such a young band—belying their seasoned and subtle musicianship, they’re astonishingly all around or well under the quarter-century mark—they’re remarkably attuned to historical precedents, working the same red dirt/swamp boogie and country-fried choogle as the Flying Burritos, Jim Ford, Gene Clark, Jesse Ed Davis, Link Wray, the Band, CCR, Dennis Linde, Johnny Darrell, the Stones, et al. And yet their tweaking of tradition never registers as revivalist or dilettantish, but rather intelligently informed, refreshingly sincere, and reflectively rooted in the highest calibers of Southern vernacular songcraft. The woodshedding and session-vet vibes are palpable, the live show compellingly unhinged and propulsive, all close harmonies, high-Stax changes, and “whoa, did he just do that?” guitar breaks, punctuated by moments of Velvets-style thud.