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It’s Our 10th Annual Salute to Texas Independence Day at Terminal 5

March 7th, 2018

Last Friday, Texas turned 182 years old, and not only are we celebrating our 10th Annual Salute to Texas Independence Day this Friday at Terminal 5, but we’re doing it in style with four terrific like-minded Lone Star State country acts: Pat Green (above, performing “Drinkin’ Days”), whose most recent full-length, Home (stream it below), “features a mature, easy-going country sound—one that’s rooted and free of cross-genre influence—and lands somewhere between Green’s early Texas dance-hall days and big radio hits,” according to Rolling Stone Country; and the Eli Young Band, (below, doing “Even if It Breaks Your Heart”), whose sixth studio album, Fingerprints (stream it below), arrived last year. “Whether it’s a moment of reflection, reminiscing or transporting us to another time, Eli Young Band’s Fingerprints is both relatable, enjoyable and a welcomed addition to the country genre,” per Sounds Like Nashville. Plus, we’ll have the Casey Donahew Band (stream last year’s 15 Years, the Wild Ride, below) and Wade Bowen (stream the recently released Solid Ground, below) on hand. So come join in on the Texas-size fun on Friday at Terminal 5, and as always, any patron with a Texas-related tattoo or wearing an article of clothing with a logo from a Texas college on it will receive one complimentary drink.


Get Loose with StéLouse on Thursday Night at Rough Trade NYC

February 21st, 2018

Denver DJ and producer Ross Ryan grew up playing in rock bands, influenced by the likes of Metallica, Tool and the Prodigy—one of those bands even earned an opening spot on Jane’s Addiction’s 20th-anniversary tour for Nothing’s Shocking and a monetary prize, thanks to winning a Guitar Center contest. Ryan invested his share of the winnings in a laptop and music-production programs and committed himself to learning the ins and outs of electronic music before posting remixes of songs—as StéLouse (pronounced: “stay loose”)—in 2013, followed by his debut EP, the rock-influenced Home (stream it below), a year later. Last spring, he put out an eponymous long-player (stream it below): “StéLouse took the initiative to combine his background in live instrumentation with his passion for all varieties of music to create his new self-titled LP,” according to Your EDM. “A compilation showcasing the producer’s talent and new direction, StéLouse combines elements from his old production with blissful organic sounds and teams with some of the hottest vocalists to create a whole vibe reminiscent of indie meets R&B with some electronic future touches added in.” See StéLouse (above, performing “Plastic” with Madi and Said the Sky) live on Thursday at Rough Trade NYC. No Sleep opens the show.


Jenny O. Plays Mercury Lounge Tomorrow Night

July 1st, 2013

She hails from Long Island, but singer-songwriter Jenny O. began making a name for herself in her adopted hometown, Los Angeles (“I feel a lot freer in California to make what I want to make”), sometimes playing solo acoustic shows and also performing with a full backing band. Her first EP, Home, filled with charming, personal tunes, began to introduce her to a wider audience—as did last year’s tour with Father John Misty. Now she’s crisscrossing the country in support of her debut album, Automechanic (stream it below), released earlier this year and produced by the talented Jonathan Wilson (a House List favorite). Fortunately for us, her current tour brings Jenny O. (above, playing “Well OK Honey” for Jam in the Van) to Mercury Lounge tomorrow night. Go check her out.