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Eight Two is playing in Medellín-Colombia At the FICIB Music Festival on September 28th-10:00PM Location: Acción Impro, calle 9 #43B-80, Medellín, Colombia
Eight Two plays at 8:30 PM Gig Details: THURSDAY MARCH 29 UPPER EAST SIDE BATTLE OF THE BANDS & MUSIC FESTIVAL @ BAR EAST -- (Downstairs) 1733 1st Avenue (between 89th & 90th), (212) 876-0203 $10 admission - 21+ w/ID Bands Performing: 7pm Amygdaloids (amygdaloids.com) 7:45pm Laura Dunn & The Ghosts (facebook.com/pages/Laura-Dunn/131727473537196) 8:30pm Eight Two (http://eighttwomusic.com/) 9:15pm Wolves of Flatbush (myspace.com/wolvesofflatbush) 10pm The Rouge Royale (therougeroyale.com) 10:45pm Baby Teardrops (babyteardrops.com) 11:30pm Medicine Fish (facebook.com/MedicineFish) Advance tickets: http://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=UPP23
changed to 7PM http://www.spikehillmusic.com/
Label: Self / Electric Diving School - ASCAP (USA), Electric Diving School
Bio: Eight Two is an acoustic/electro/folk/acid/art/pop quartet from Brooklyn New York. Don't be fooled by the fact that their songs are written by their vocalist who claims not to be a musician but a visual artist, the quirky music of Eight Two is beautifully intricate and challenging, requiring the ...See Full Bio
: Music video for Eight Two's space ballad Pygmalion. Directed by Vasily Ovchinnikov. http://t.co/hUo9PdxCKZ
“10 seconds into this EP by Eight Two and I am instantly in New York. Bright, arty electropop, perfect for skating round Central Park, with headphones on. 20 seconds later the words confirm it. New York boy sees/meets/loses/wonders about New York girl in a catchy, quirky and intriguing way, with building computerised harmonies and jangly guitars. The musical and visual theme continues, evoking kids on corners, in and out of coffee-shops and wandering through dark cityscapes in search of themselves and love. A check of the website and all becomes clear. The lead singer, artist Misha Bittleston moved to New York from UK via California, to make this music in response to auditory hallucinations. Luckily the result is not as scary as it could be with a good mix of light and shade...”