GigFinesse Presents: Silver Relics | Sunday Gravy | D.K. Lyons | Holy Veins
Thu Jul 22 2021 at 07:00 pm to 11:00 pmUTC-04:00
Berlin - Under A | New York, NY
About this Event
New York City-based rock band Silver Relics is Alex Sepassi (songwriter, vocalist), Justin Alvis (drums) and Mark Crozer (bass). The band released their debut album ‘generic.’ in May 2019 via Farmadelica and Ingrooves followed by a successful tour of Ireland and the UK. Silver Relics most recently enlisted English-born bassist and composer, Mark Crozer (The Jesus and Mary Chain). Silver Relics have been performing on New York stages and abroad since 2017, drawing comparisons to the artists who have influenced them: Depeche Mode, The Cure, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, The Chameleons, and more.
Sunday Gravy is a Funk/R&B band from New York City co-led by Vocalist Stephanie Turci and guitarist Jared Auslander. They’re sound is heavily influenced by a wide range of genres which is what makes them so special. Sunday Gravy’s mission statement is to create good music that people can dance to as well as listen to for the artistry.
D.K. Lyons is a singer/songwriter originally from Massachusetts, bringing nostalgia rock to the airwaves with his unique style of storytelling and imagery. Pulling influence from Tom Petty to Third Eye Blind to The 1975, D.K's debut album out June 26, 2020 showcases his wide range, touching a half-dozen genres while telling complex yet familiar stories about love, loss, and growing up. While singles "Danger" and "Shades of Amber" have already built momentum with their catchy melodies and powerful video accompaniments, D.K. looks forward to bringing the entire collection of songs to live audiences soon with hopes of reaching people and evoking emotion through his music that has been his own form of catharsis and therapy.
Equal parts Muse and Charlie Puth, between Daft Punk and Queen, The Holy Veins joins the ranks of Maroon 5's electric-charged early releases and Harry Styles' vulnerable retro charm, creating exciting emotional music that embraces a new breed of rock. Houston-native Cason Day formed The Holy Veins officially in March 2020, an amalgamation of simmering songs and lyrics steeped in years of collaborating with other local New York musicians and bands. As he began to build a stylistic library through his work on stage and in the studio, the songs became a collection of something bigger, and "Lost My Mind" began to take shape. The Holy Veins defies the limits of genre to create a new sound influenced by the best music of the last 40 years. Their debut EP "Lost My Mind" is a journey with addiction, religion, and love or lust, explored through a lens of alternative rock, pop, and electronic funk, to create something new for a generation that won't settle for less.
Where is it happening?Berlin - Under A, 25 Ave A, New York, United States