SIGNAL 2 NOISE presents DYLAN IN THE MOVIES, ARI HERSTAND and BRENDAN BOOOGIE
SIGNAL 2 NOISE PRESENTS....
DYLAN IN THE MOVIES
BRENDAN BOOGIE (Brendan Clarke, ex-Scamper)
$8 advance and at the door
8:00 doors / 9:00 show
DYLAN IN THE MOVIES - Dylan In The Movies is the musical vehicle for Boston based singer/songwriter Brian Sullivan. The name is a homage to the great Belle and Sebastian song "Like Dylan In the Movies." "Feel the Pull", a six song ep, was released in late 2005. Recorded late at night by Sullivan and Brian Brown (Billy Bragg, Juliana Hatfield) at legendary Fort Apache Studios, "Feel the Pull" received critical raves for its emotive beauty and haunting melodies. Some of Brian's friends, including Ed Valauskas (Graham Parker, The Gentlemen) and Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses, Breeders, Belly) added their extraordinary talents to some of the songs. Brian is currently finishing the forthcoming full length and hopes to find a label willing to take a chance on a redheaded rocker from Boston. The full length will include the jangly-pop City Skies and the lilting Truro featuring backing vocals from The Watson Twins (Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins). City Skies was recently released on a 7 vinyl split single with John P Strohm (Blake Babies, Lemonheads) through American Laundromat Records. "Feel the Pull" is available at most online retailers including iTunes, Insound, Audio Lunchbox and emusic.
ARI HERSTAND - Ari Herstands unique mix of acoustic rock/pop, folk, hip hop and jazz busts down the walls of the acoustic singer/songwriter box and has forced the world to take notice. Herstands impressive, percussive acoustic guitar style combined with his distinct looping technique is stunning audiences everywhere. Combining multiple, intricate guitar parts and impressive vocal percussion with harmonized trumpet licks and catchy vocal melodies, Herstands solo, looped songs such as Float on By, Poster Boy Celebrity and Air Cries Wind have just as much excitement on stage as the full band songs.
BRENDAN BOOGIE - From the ashes of Bostons local rock heroes SCAMPER rises one emotionally needy mans attempt to win your undying approval. Please clap for him.
1667 Mass Ave
Cambridge, MA 02138
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