Crowd the Airwaves, Pussy Wolf, Samantha and The Noise, Freya Wilcox & The Howl

Crowd the Airwaves

Pussy Wolf

Samantha and The Noise

Freya Wilcox & The Howl

Fri ยท April 21, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Crowd the Airwaves
Crowd the Airwaves
"There is no possible way to not fall in love with this group of strong, loud, and beautifully foul-mouthed women." - Karen Silva, Pancakes and Whiskey


"(Crowd the Airwaves) have made their presence strongly known in the NYC hard rock/metal scene." -Marissa Rodriguez, NextMosh.com


Rock And Roll and Whiskey Sours have some stuff in common: they're both classic, time-tested, and well-loved formulae that are constantly being reinvented with fresh references.

The music of Crowd the Airwaves is that, too.

Hailing from the Outer Boroughs of New York City, the melodic punk-rock power trio brings a fiery, take-no-prisoners mixture of classic rock, punk, glam, and modern alternative grit, injecting fresh blood into an already-diverse scene. Chunky, guitar-driven riffs and melodies complement radio-ready vocal stylings while colliding into a hard-hitting rhythm section. If Crowd the Airwaves were a Whiskey Sour, the whiskey would be the raw, unabashed power of The Runaways; the sour mix, a healthy dose of Cities-era Anberlin; the ice as the cool rush of the Foo Fighters; and garnished with a lime of the catchy pop-rock of Fleetwood Mac.

Crowd the Airwaves balances pop sensibility with uninhibited bite, just like a good drink: strong and sweet up front, and feeling it later.
Pussy Wolf
Katie Ballou - Guitar / Lead Vocals
Amanda Gonzalez: Bass / Vocals
Alexandra Gonzalez: Drums / Vocals

A three piece all-lady rock band playing riff heavy Pussywolf blues. Hailing from the forgotten borough of Staten Island, we play music to wear boots and knock things over to. The Pussywolf is fierce and lovely, and the time has come to howl at the full pussy moon!
Freya Wilcox & The Howl
When a couple of Long Island punks walked into Manhattan's darkest dive bar to find an Aussie blues singer howling from behind a beat up guitar, one of NYC's most unique new punk bands was born.

Before long, Freya's grated ironies and violent bluesy riffs were sitting right at home atop a rhythm section of equally sarcastic and surprisingly talented twenty-somethings, spreading songs about lying to lovers, falling for assholes and fighting for all the wrong things.
Due to release their debut EP 'Bareknuckle Love' in April 2015, Freya Wilcox & The Howl will spreading nasty lies and cutting hooks across the US and Canada on their supporting tour.
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/