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This is 2nd Annual Holiday Jamboree for Grownups (to benefit New York Cares). Full line- up has been announced! The night will include music from Zak Smith, Only Living Boy, Abby Bernstein, Revolving One, Easy Mac, Jennifer Logue and MORE!!!
Sounds Like: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Paramore, Blondie, Sonic Youth, Vampire Weekend
Label: Club Rock Records
Manager: Kevin March
Bio: Us NowhereNauts --- we're songwriters and musicians based in New York City. The four of us (Sofie Kapur, Hunter Lombard, Anders Kapur, & Tony Franco) got together in 2010 and started playing whenever/wherever we could. Three of us (Anders, Hunter and Sofie) had met in 2007*, but it wasn’t until e...See Full Bio
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“NOWHERENAUTS - This college-aged New York foursome’s second LP significantly improves upon their exuberant 2011 self-titled debut. New battering ram drummer Tony Franco joins bassist Anders Kapur to add an extra rhythmic wallop, together fueling inventive guitarist Hunter Lombard’s stinging yet anthemic leads. Meanwhile, Kapur’s sister Sofie’s gorgeous, expressive singing is a revelation, combining a punk/new wave edginess and youthful vivaciousness with the command and confidence of a seasoned jazz vocalist. Though their bio correctly touts their nostalgic ‘80s-influenced sound, the first three songs – “Warned You,” “Hideaway,” and “Constant Buzzing” – actually recalled (in order) recent favorites The Joy Formidable, Editors, and Maxïmo Park. And the album gets better from there, with the glistening “Insomnia,” the driving standout “Shadow,” and the infectious “Spaces” finding Lombard’s thick, propulsive riffs and Kapur’s irresistible pipes c”
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