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Word of Mouth Wednesdays was a weekly live music series that took place from March - September 2010 at The Woods, a bar/venue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The nights consist of mostly local bands with the exception of some touring bands. Currently live music is on hiatus at the venue as they undergo some sound proofing construction. Check back for updates!

BANDS WHO PLAYED WORD OF MOUTH WEDNESDAYS:

French Horn Rebellion
Savoir Adore
Translations
Heliotropes
Steel Phantoms
Little Racer
Ivana XL
Cutleri
Heavy Birds
Bull Thieves
Corbu
Newark
Beat Radio
Family Lumber
The Press
Straight to VHS
Unsolved Mysteries
Strange Shapes
Multitudes
Quizas
Not A Planet
Madam Trash Heap
Weed
A. Fox (Translations)
Drew & The Medicinal Pen
Boomerang Son
Sport of Kings
Elks
Ice Cream
Fuck Fuck
Legitimate Sons
Pocketknife
Rumblefoot
The Forthrights
Salvation Armband
Jana Fisher
Woody Creek Kids
Soren Well
Tucker Tota
Deep Sound Diver
Gold Smoke

THE WOODS
48 S. 4th st (between Wythe & Kent)
Brooklyn, NY 11211

L Train to Bedford // JMZ Train to Marcy

Word of Mouth Wednesdays @ The Woods is organized and visualized by Abbey Ley
www.abbeyley.com // abbeyley@gmail.com
2 October 10

Status update —>

Hello world!

Word of Mouth Wednesdays @ The Woods are currently on hiatus!
The owners of The Woods are currently hard at work on some in depth sound proofing and getting the space better suited to host live bands (and not irritate the neighbors). Check back for updates on when shows at The Woods will be back up and running!

Scroll down to see past shows & flyers & great bands!!! <3

2 August 10

| | | | | | > > > P A S T S H O W S < < < | | | | | |

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 9.22.10  ////////////// 

WORD OF MOUTH WEDNESDAYS presents: W U M P !

wump (wuhmp) n. - A person who exhibits tremendous childlike wonder and imagination.

A new party hosted by Savoir Adore and French Horn Rebellion, WUMP is a journey through your imagination. Also, you will dance!
DJ Sets and short performances by Deidre, Savoir Adore, French Horn Rebellion and Mighty Five. Cheep Beers and Pickelbacks provided by the bar!

http://www.myspace.com/deidremuro
http://www.myspace.com/savoiradore
http://www.myspace.com/mightyfive
http://www.myspace.com/frenchhornrebellion

8pm-Midnight

Followed by THE RESCUE PARTY w/ DJ Preston Craig of KissBrooklyn


French Horn Rebellion


Savoir Adore

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 9.15.10  ////////////// 

TRANSLATIONS
http://www.myspace.com/translationsnyc

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HELIOTROPES
http://www.myspace.com/heliotropesband

THE VILLAGE VOICE: Yes in My Backyard on TRANSLATIONS »

"Reverb-soaked New York art-crooners Translations are a lazy Sunday dream, tempering their drizzly indie-pop with the subtle shades of classic r&b. Drums rattle drearily and bass lines groove silkily under a haze of lo-fi hum—think doo-wop ballads covered by a Homestead Records band, or Thee Oh Sees at your backyard BBQ already drunk and sleepy on Coronas and cheeseburgers. The Translations’ self-titled debut EP is a purely DIY affair, recorded at bassist David Harrington’s house, mixed by their friend Jeff Curtin and released on New York vinyl-only label Shoot The Singer (run by Kate Pedatella, the sister of Translations member Stefan Pedatella). Says vocalist Andrew Fox, “You could measure the cost of all of that in booze.” Opening track “The Wanderer”—not the Dion song, but certainly lyrically inspired by it—is a two-and-a-half-minute pop gem that matches a hard-pounded post-punk groove with a Nuggets-ready sunburst of warm echo and a harmony-laden chorus, landing somewhere between Creedence, Motown, and Bauhaus”

"Yum, dissonant rock straight out of the early ’90s. Where have these girls been all my life?? A: in Brooklyn." -feeslist

"Heliotropes describe their sound as “poppy doom.” That moniker works better than anything I’d pull out, so I’m going to run with it. Principally, I like the potential for double entendre there. The inclination is to think “poppy” as in Justin Timberlake, but the label works just as well if you think “poppy” as in lotus eaters. Heliotropes hit both connotations, with a distinct ear for what makes the toe tap and an eye on swirling, psychotropic freakouts. " - Citizendick.org

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 9.8.10  ////////////// 

HEAVY BIRDS
http://www.myspace.com/heavybirds

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BULL THIEVES
http://www.myspace.com/bullthieves

"Enfolded in fuzz and strident, distorted guitar, Heavy Birds’ music on “Sounds of the American Underground” also has delicate elements of soft vocals, weeping cello and acoustic guitar that create a dark, intimate atmosphere. The instruments and noise take different forms in songs, as layers build cacophonous complexity or breezy, blissed-out sweetness. Evoking musical similarities alternatively reminiscent of Jesus and the Mary Chain, The Velvet Underground and The Rolling Stones, the band still claims its own musical territory with varied song structures and charismatic attitude." - Nancy Chow -Deli Magazine

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 9.1.10  ////////////// 

BEAT RADIO
http://beatradio.org/
http://www.myspace.com/beatradio

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FAMILY LUMBER
http://www.myspace.com/familylumber

Beat Radio is an American indie pop project guided by New York singer-songwriter Brian Sendrowitz. Current lineup also features Dan Bills, Brian Ver Straten, Evan Duby, and Mike McCabe. Beat Radio released their debut LP The Great Big Sea in 2007 and the follow up, Safe Inside the Sound, in the fall 2009. The band has embarked on a singles series for 2010, releasing 2 songs each month via bandcamp.

"With a set combining electric and acoustic songs, Family Lumber showcases their depth and originality that you’ll be sure not to miss" - BreakThruRadio.com

"They’re like a high-gain Pavement with all the quiet, humble restraint of The National and the atmospherics of — well, something atmospheric. Family Lumber delivers a really, really - we mean really powerful set." - Dead Horse Catering Company


//////////////  WEDNESDAY 8.25.10  ////////////// 

THE PRESS
http://www.myspace.com/thepress

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STRAIGHT TO VHS
http://www.myspace.com/straight2vhs

RCRD LBL on THE PRESS »>
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"You can definitely define many of the band’s influences— Neutral Milk Hotel, New Pornographers, Of Montreal, Built to Spill, The Clash, The Grateful Dead—but the band succeeds in letting their predecessors guide them without defining them. Their debut full-length album (title TBD) is a testament to that. Recorded at the Fort in Brooklyn, the band was intent on creating songs that are as natural and logical as they are adventurous and unexpected. This intention rings through in a thrilling, beautiful cohesion of songs personifying their smart, playful, irreverent, and eclectic character."

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WAILINGCITY.COM CD Review of Straight To VHS: Self Titled »>
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"…The vocals and the bass completely rule the tone of this record. The overdriven bass cuts through absolutely everything and socks you straight in the gut. The vocals, though melodic, are multi-tracked so that it sounds like there is a large gang of people singing at you… There will be a lot of comparisons to ’77 style punk when people talk about this record but the snarl and swagger is much more rock n’ roll. The fun time pop mixed with the aggressiveness of these songs reminds me more of underground 60’s bands like The Sonics and The Standells than the Sex Pistols and the Clash."

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 8.4.10  ////////////// 

UNSOLVED MYSTERIES
http://www.myspace.com/unsolvedmysteries

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STRANGE SHAPES
http://www.myspace.com/strangeshapes

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DJ DINNER

Strange Shapes are a Brooklyn four piece that make chiming anglo rock.. think early REM and Teenage Fanclub, bristling with metallic guitars and fluttery syncopations. Sunny crystalized pop that’s tuneful and grooving, with an anxious uneven sheen. Songs about stars, girls and cars.

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"Marc Jacobs always has his thumb on the pulse of coolness – and his millions of fans look to him without fail for the next big thing. It goes without saying, then, that he would surround himself with multi-talented, terminally cool people as well. One of his newest discoveries is Unsolved Mysteries, a band fronted by Jon Lynn (left), 28, who just happens to also be a designer for Marc by Marc Jacobs. Unsolved’s sophomore album, Tragic Trouble (Mirror Universe), is available exclusively at Marc by Marc Jacobs stores and it could not have found a more appropriate place. The music, like the clothes, is young, extremely fun, sometimes moody and always tragically hip. Danceable and electronic, with tongue-in-cheek lyrics and quirky beats, the album is a perfect way to get in the mood for summer…”

-W Magazine

28 July 10

You Only Live Once - Unsolved Mysteries

"We love Unsolved Mysteries, the New York band with a fun and grimy sound, so when they released a music video - also fun and grimy - we fell even more in love

Check out the boys as they race through Brooklyn in search of an address, a disco ball, a party, a girl, and a graveyard - plus all the clothes, which come from Marc by Marc Jacobs. That might be because the lead singer, Jon Lynn, is a designer for the brand.  Or, you know, maybe they just really like hot pink houndstooth.”
—FARAN KRENTCIL, NYLON MAGAZINE

Unsolved Mysteries plays FREE at The Woods
Wednesday 8.4.10 
8pm // 21+

Posted: 4:41 AM
&gt; &gt; &gt;   P A S T  S H O W S   &lt; &lt; &lt;
//////////////  WEDNESDAY 8.25.10   ////////////// 
THE PRESShttp://www.myspace.com/thepress
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STRAIGHT TO VHShttp://www.myspace.com/straight2vhs

RCRD LBL on THE PRESS &#187;&gt;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;-"You  can definitely define many of the band&#8217;s influences— Neutral Milk  Hotel, New Pornographers, Of Montreal, Built to Spill, The Clash, The  Grateful Dead—but the band succeeds in letting their predecessors guide  them without defining them. Their debut full-length album (title TBD) is  a testament to that. Recorded at the Fort in Brooklyn, the band was  intent on creating songs that are as natural and logical as they are  adventurous and unexpected. This intention rings through in a thrilling,  beautiful cohesion of songs personifying their smart, playful,  irreverent, and eclectic character."&#8212;-WAILINGCITY.COM CD Review of Straight To VHS: Self Titled &#187;&gt;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;-"&#8230;The  vocals and the bass completely rule the tone of this record. The  overdriven bass cuts through absolutely everything and socks you  straight in the gut. The vocals, though melodic, are multi-tracked so  that it sounds like there is a large gang of people singing at you&#8230;  There will be a lot of comparisons to ’77 style punk when people talk  about this record but the snarl and swagger is much more rock n’ roll.  The fun time pop mixed with the aggressiveness of these songs reminds me  more of underground 60’s bands like The Sonics and The Standells than  the Sex Pistols and the Clash."

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UNSOLVED MYSTERIEShttp://www.myspace.com/unsolvedmysteries
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STRANGE SHAPEShttp://www.myspace.com/strangeshapes
+DJ DINNER

Strange Shapes  are a Brooklyn four   piece that make chiming anglo rock.. think early REM and Teenage   Fanclub, bristling with metallic guitars and fluttery syncopations.   Sunny crystalized pop that&#8217;s tuneful and grooving, with an anxious   uneven sheen. Songs about stars, girls and cars.
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"Marc Jacobs always has his thumb on the pulse of coolness – and his   millions of fans look to him without fail for the next big thing.  It   goes without saying, then, that he would surround himself with   multi-talented, terminally cool people as well. One of his newest   discoveries is Unsolved  Mysteries, a band fronted by Jon Lynn (left), 28,  who just happens to also be a designer for Marc by Marc Jacobs. Unsolved’s sophomore album, Tragic Trouble (Mirror Universe),  is available exclusively at Marc by Marc Jacobs   stores and it could not have found a more appropriate place.  The music,   like the clothes, is young, extremely fun, sometimes moody and always   tragically hip.  Danceable and electronic, with tongue-in-cheek lyrics   and quirky beats, the album is a perfect way to get in the mood for   summer&#8230;&#8221;
-W Magazine

> > >   P A S T  S H O W S   < < <

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 8.25.10  ////////////// 

THE PRESS
http://www.myspace.com/thepress

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STRAIGHT TO VHS
http://www.myspace.com/straight2vhs

RCRD LBL on THE PRESS »>
————————————-
"You can definitely define many of the band’s influences— Neutral Milk Hotel, New Pornographers, Of Montreal, Built to Spill, The Clash, The Grateful Dead—but the band succeeds in letting their predecessors guide them without defining them. Their debut full-length album (title TBD) is a testament to that. Recorded at the Fort in Brooklyn, the band was intent on creating songs that are as natural and logical as they are adventurous and unexpected. This intention rings through in a thrilling, beautiful cohesion of songs personifying their smart, playful, irreverent, and eclectic character."

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WAILINGCITY.COM CD Review of Straight To VHS: Self Titled »>
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"…The vocals and the bass completely rule the tone of this record. The overdriven bass cuts through absolutely everything and socks you straight in the gut. The vocals, though melodic, are multi-tracked so that it sounds like there is a large gang of people singing at you… There will be a lot of comparisons to ’77 style punk when people talk about this record but the snarl and swagger is much more rock n’ roll. The fun time pop mixed with the aggressiveness of these songs reminds me more of underground 60’s bands like The Sonics and The Standells than the Sex Pistols and the Clash."

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 8.4.10  ////////////// 

UNSOLVED MYSTERIES
http://www.myspace.com/unsolvedmysteries

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STRANGE SHAPES
http://www.myspace.com/strangeshapes

+

DJ DINNER

Strange Shapes are a Brooklyn four piece that make chiming anglo rock.. think early REM and Teenage Fanclub, bristling with metallic guitars and fluttery syncopations. Sunny crystalized pop that’s tuneful and grooving, with an anxious uneven sheen. Songs about stars, girls and cars.

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"Marc Jacobs always has his thumb on the pulse of coolness – and his millions of fans look to him without fail for the next big thing. It goes without saying, then, that he would surround himself with multi-talented, terminally cool people as well. One of his newest discoveries is Unsolved Mysteries, a band fronted by Jon Lynn (left), 28, who just happens to also be a designer for Marc by Marc Jacobs. Unsolved’s sophomore album, Tragic Trouble (Mirror Universe), is available exclusively at Marc by Marc Jacobs stores and it could not have found a more appropriate place. The music, like the clothes, is young, extremely fun, sometimes moody and always tragically hip. Danceable and electronic, with tongue-in-cheek lyrics and quirky beats, the album is a perfect way to get in the mood for summer…”

-W Magazine

24 July 10
http://multitudesband.comhttp://www.myspace.com/multitudesband
http://www.myspace.com/quizas2012
http://www.myspace.com/elkselkselks

"The writhing, noisily precise post-hardcore of Brooklyn&#8217;s Multitudes  would have sounded right at home on SST in the mid-&#8217;80s, when bands like  Black Flag, the Minutemen, and Saccharine Trust were mashing up punk  and jazz and coming up with their own fiery response to mainstream  fusion." &#8212; TimeOut NY   &#8220;This guitar-bass-drums trio is what most art-prog-punk wankery aspires  to—something like Melt Banana doing a Captain Beefheart covers night and  you get to imagine your own surreal lyrics. Put [Ontogeny] on and you  will be equally at ease packing a bowl or trying to calculate Ohm&#8217;s law  for your latest grad school theorem.&#8221; &#8212; VICE Magazine [on Multitudes]

http://multitudesband.com
http://www.myspace.com/multitudesband

http://www.myspace.com/quizas2012

http://www.myspace.com/elkselkselks

"The writhing, noisily precise post-hardcore of Brooklyn’s Multitudes would have sounded right at home on SST in the mid-’80s, when bands like Black Flag, the Minutemen, and Saccharine Trust were mashing up punk and jazz and coming up with their own fiery response to mainstream fusion." — TimeOut NY

“This guitar-bass-drums trio is what most art-prog-punk wankery aspires to—something like Melt Banana doing a Captain Beefheart covers night and you get to imagine your own surreal lyrics. Put [Ontogeny] on and you will be equally at ease packing a bowl or trying to calculate Ohm’s law for your latest grad school theorem.” — VICE Magazine [on Multitudes]

20 July 10
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Midweek&#8230; midsummer&#8230; midtwenties&#8230; LET&#8217;S DANCE!!!
Rotating  DJ sets by:&#8230;CAT SEX aka SELMASAUR of Brooklyn lady DJ  phenomenon GRIZZLY  SPEARS +LIGHT LIGHT BLACKJonathan  of CORBU+SPECIAL GUESTS!FREE ENTRY // 21+ // 10pmtil the wee  hours&#8230;

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 7.21.10  ////////////// 

Midweek… midsummer… midtwenties…
LET’S DANCE!!!

Rotating DJ sets by:

CAT SEX
aka SELMASAUR of Brooklyn lady DJ phenomenon GRIZZLY SPEARS

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LIGHT LIGHT BLACK
Jonathan of CORBU

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SPECIAL GUESTS!

FREE ENTRY // 21+ // 10pm
til the wee hours…

9 July 10
W O R D  O F  M O U T H  W E D N E S D A Y S
////////////// 7.14.10 //////////////
A.FOX —&gt; 10:15pm a side project of  Translationshttp://www.myspace.com/royalvideo http://www.myspace.com/translationsnyc
The solo project of Translations vocalist A.FOX remains mostly a mystery. "Big Business Monkey," the  only track currently up on his Myspace,  certainly fits The Village Voice&#8217;s description of his band&#8217;s sound  as, &#8220;a lazy Sunday dream,&#8221; but in a lighter, lazier way. The track  progressively builds excitement, beginning with a steady guitar  chord to guide the melody, then soft drums and then echoey, layered  vocals. It immediately got stuck in my head. At only 2 minutes and 12 seconds, the song leaves me curious and excited  to see what else he&#8217;s got up his sleeve.
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WEED —&gt;  9:30pmhttp://weed.bandcamp.com/http://www.myspace.com/weedyvr
"What a beautiful swirly and  confusing haze of a song “Quilt” is.
This song incorporates so many  luscious elements. The fluidity of  water, the passion of fire, the life-affirming feeling of a breeze on  your cheek. Weed‘s   music is elemental like that. Over simple melodies, William Anderson  intoxicates with distortion and almost, but not fully, incomprehensible  lyrics. There’s some jingle and swing in “Quilt” too… it’s romantic.
The song is off Weed’s new EP on Moongadget, “DC  Hope.”-microphonememoryemotion
 [  Grab his free EP here ]
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+ DJ set by Pumpkin Patch —&gt;  11pm ‘til latehttp://www.myspace.com/djpumpkinpatch

W O R D  O F  M O U T H  W E D N E S D A Y S

////////////// 7.14.10 //////////////

A.FOX —> 10:15pm
a side project of Translations
http://www.myspace.com/royalvideo
http://www.myspace.com/translationsnyc

The solo project of Translations vocalist A.FOX remains mostly a mystery.
"Big Business Monkey," the only track currently up on his Myspace, certainly fits The Village Voice’s description of his band’s sound as, “a lazy Sunday dream,” but in a lighter, lazier way. The track progressively builds excitement, beginning with
a steady guitar chord to guide the melody, then soft drums and then echoey, layered vocals. It immediately got stuck in my head. At only 2 minutes and 12 seconds, the song leaves me curious and excited to see what else he’s got up his sleeve.


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WEED —> 9:30pm
http://weed.bandcamp.com/
http://www.myspace.com/weedyvr

"What a beautiful swirly and confusing haze of a song “Quilt” is.

This song incorporates so many luscious elements. The fluidity of water, the passion of fire, the life-affirming feeling of a breeze on your cheek. Weed‘s music is elemental like that. Over simple melodies, William Anderson intoxicates with distortion and almost, but not fully, incomprehensible lyrics. There’s some jingle and swing in “Quilt” too… it’s romantic.

The song is off Weed’s new EP on Moongadget, “DC Hope.”
-microphonememoryemotion

 [ Grab his free EP here ]


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+ DJ set by Pumpkin Patch —> 11pm ‘til late
http://www.myspace.com/djpumpkinpatch

3 July 10
Drew Henkels is a day-dreamer and late-sleeper. He is a doodler and entrepreneur. A decade&#8217;s worth of carefully crafted songs, illustrated dream logs, and &#8220;music-films&#8221; made in basements, garages, and converted Brooklyn factories have slowly snowballed into one cohesive project. Drew &amp; the Medicinal Pen is the collective efforts of bassist Anna Morsett, violinist Missy Liu, and drummer Zach Arlan to put into music and lyrics the ideas, anxieties, and stories that swirl around the visual side of the project. The band resides in Bed-Stuy where they play shows regularly and survive on a diet of tuna and spaghetti.
http://www.myspace.com/drewandthemedicinalpen
&#8212;-Boomerang Son is a new 4-piece indie pop band based in Brooklyn consisting of members Ben Haberland, Dileepan Ganesan, Jack Caron, and Tim McCoy. Self described as &#8220;happy hardcore,&#8221; their cheerful songs consist of lots of harmonies, bouncy melodies, sunny guitar riffs and dance-y drum beats. They sing songs about things such as a Cat Lying In A Sunbeam, the year 1995, and Melodrama In The Afternoon. Their debut full length album, Most Certain Preserver, drops this month!
http://www.myspace.com/boomerangson&#8212;-Light Light Black is the moniker of Jonathan Graves, founding member and frontman of Brooklyn based band Corbu. A constant music maker and mixer, visual designer and music teacher, Jonathan has a solid ear for good music. His DJ sets include a fresh mix of current indie tracks with smooth and unexpected transitions into 60s, 70s &amp; 80s classics. He always knows the perfect track to suit the vibe.
http://www.myspace.com/corbumusic

Drew Henkels is a day-dreamer and late-sleeper. He is a doodler and entrepreneur. A decade’s worth of carefully crafted songs, illustrated dream logs, and “music-films” made in basements, garages, and converted Brooklyn factories have slowly snowballed into one cohesive project. Drew & the Medicinal Pen is the collective efforts of bassist Anna Morsett, violinist Missy Liu, and drummer Zach Arlan to put into music and lyrics the ideas, anxieties, and stories that swirl around the visual side of the project. The band resides in Bed-Stuy where they play shows regularly and survive on a diet of tuna and spaghetti.

http://www.myspace.com/drewandthemedicinalpen

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Boomerang Son is a new 4-piece indie pop band based in Brooklyn consisting of members Ben Haberland, Dileepan Ganesan, Jack Caron, and Tim McCoy. Self described as “happy hardcore,” their cheerful songs consist of lots of harmonies, bouncy melodies, sunny guitar riffs and dance-y drum beats. They sing songs about things such as a Cat Lying In A Sunbeam, the year 1995, and Melodrama In The Afternoon. Their debut full length album, Most Certain Preserver, drops this month!

http://www.myspace.com/boomerangson

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Light Light Black is the moniker of Jonathan Graves, founding member and frontman of Brooklyn based band Corbu. A constant music maker and mixer, visual designer and music teacher, Jonathan has a solid ear for good music. His DJ sets include a fresh mix of current indie tracks with smooth and unexpected transitions into 60s, 70s & 80s classics. He always knows the perfect track to suit the vibe.

http://www.myspace.com/corbumusic

28 June 10
Fuck Fuck - 9pmhttp://www.myspace.com/fuckfuckband+Ice  Cream - 10pm[on tour - from Miami, FL]http://www.myspace.com/icecreamicecreamicecreamDJ  sets by:T.O.N.Y. Top of New York - in between setsLight  Light Black - 11 &#8216;til late

Fuck Fuck - 9pm
http://www.myspace.com/fuckfuckband

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Ice Cream - 10pm
[on tour - from Miami, FL]
http://www.myspace.com/icecreamicecreamicecream


DJ sets by:

T.O.N.Y. Top of New York - in between sets
Light Light Black - 11 ‘til late

18 June 10

UPCOMING SHOWS

Word of Mouth Wednesdays @ The Woods

> > >   J U N E   < < <

//////////////  WEDNESDAY 6.23.10  ////////////// 

Legitimate Sons
10pm
http://www.myspace.com/legitimatesons

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Stark and Nimo
9pm
http://www.myspace.com/starkandnimo

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Jewel Heist
8:30pm
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jewel-Heist/334362667782?ref=search


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Ice Cream
http://www.myspace.com/icecreamicecreamicecream

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Animal Tropical
http://www.myspace.com/animaltropicalmusic

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> > >   J U L Y   < < <

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Drew & The Medicinal Pen
http://www.myspace.com/drewandthemedicinalpen

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Boomerang Son
http://www.myspace.com/boomerangson

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh