3:30 PM Sharp. Ed Hale with current touring five-piece band featuring several other DVG artists performing songs from new Ballad On Third Avenue CD.
Description:Description:An hour Intangible set of our own groovy psych-O-delic rock and cool covers. We go on 10pm Description:Rocknroll Bar atmosphere big stage lights Sound and Full dinner menu too! Special guests! This is the joint! Brand new 21+ rock venue in Time Square NYC! Address: 121 W 45th St- 3rd Floor btween 6th & Broadwa
The UNPLUGGED campfire singalong show. thursday 10pm
8pm show An Intangible set of our own groovy psych-O-delic rock and cool covers mention "intangibles" for $5 half price admission
Sounds Like: MGMT, Led Zeppelin Official, Pink Floyd, Muse, RUSH
Bio: Beirne - Singing, bass guitar, pedal synthesizers, Moog, and acoustic guitar strumming...sometimes all at the same time... and singapore curry rice noodles. By day he's a director/designer, best know for creating the open to "the Colbert Report" on comedy central.
Drew "Android" Scholz - Guitars...See Full Bio
We made "The Deli magazine top 300 NYC indie bands" list http://nyc.thedelimagazine.com/top300?genre=psych%20rock
“ The Intangibles are at their best when they tread somewhere between furrowed prog-rock intensity and accessible pop songcraft, and I Woke Up in the Future is a near-perfect blend of both. Many music fans argue about the proper length for an album, but they’ll all have to forgive The Intangibles for their 62-minute opus. To their credit, they manage to create an instrumentally arresting experience without sacrificing structure, songwriting, and singability, and they incorporate the classic sounds they love without any blatant artistic rip-offs. Even more importantly, the lyrical content matches the wit and diversity of the music. ...the band’s Zeppelin-worshipping roots peek through thanks to spidery guitar passages & dramatic mood shifts. ...of moments of complex prog-rock and psychedelic exploration a la Tool, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson,.....also space-rock and shoegaze ... ultimately, many of the influences inhabit the same song. Review by Bryan Rodgers 4 Stars (out of”