Join us on Sept. 5th for our monthly artist showcase at Two Moon Cafe, where established and emerging musicians have a chance to play to an intimate crowd and take brave artistic risks. This month we're featuring Bright Brown, the brainchild of Alex Nahas and drummer Nick Smeraski. Their innovative compositions and lyrical landscapes will pull you into their Bowie-like world of sonic cinema. Supporting Bright Brown will be Per Ohrstrom, whose songs reveal an intense sense of rebellion and closely felt emotional landscapes...all with a touch of humor and great energy. Opening the show will be Rachel Epp. Rachel is a Subtle Soup Records artist whose masterful and poetic storytelling is delivered with her powerful and heartwarming voice. You can listen below and find show times, as well as download Rachel Epp's "Rosary" for free, between now and the show. Friday, Sept. 5th, 2014 Two Moon Art House and Cafe 315 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (631) 559-2852 Bright Brown - 9PM http://www.brightbrownsound.com/ http://brightbrown.bandcamp.com/ Per Ohrstrom - 8PM http://perpartyofsix.com/ Rachel Epp - 7PM http://subtlesouprecords.bandcamp.com/album/rosary The show is totally free, with tips encouraged and gratefully accepted. Join us for this celebratory night of great storytellers! -The Subtle Soup Records Team
Doing a little tour down Virginia and excited to play this coffee shop in Norfolk! it looks adorable...and I LOVE coffee:)
HALLOWEEN HOUSE SHOW!!! I'm excited to be back for another Matt and Angie House Show! More details to come.....
Label: Green Tulip
Bio: Rachel Epp---Nostalgic Folk Rock.
American singer-songwriter, Rachel Epp, is no stranger to the country. Having been raised on a farm in Maryland, and growing up in Virginia, Rachel was bred on gospel, country and folk music. There's no disguising her inspiration, drawing influences from Dolly P...See Full Bio
"('Beautiful Like This') is one of those songs that you hear for the first time and it changes your life. I was stunned by the beautiful melody and lyrics but more so by the deep emotional connection and flawlessness of the voice that delivered them. There is a purity when Rachel sings that lets the listener right in to the heart of the song."