Posts Tagged ‘Lowry’
For our CMJ party this year we’ve partnered up with Easy Apple promotions to present an amazing lineup of bands for the opening night of CMJ. Please join us at Spike Hill this coming Tuesday night for Peasant, Shayfer James, Johanna & The Dusty Floor, Canon Logic, American Babies, Lowry and closing out the night is The Revivalists from New Orleans. Free to CMJ badge holders or $8 at the door, which works out to like a buck a band, can’t beat that. For set times and links to the bands visit the official facebook invite.
Hope to see you at the show!
In April Lowry performed at the nosfeROCKtu Festival in New York City where they won first place for their song Waves and Tides and an accompanying music video directed by David Brothers. To watch the winning entry please click below.
For more photos, submissions & videos from the festival visit Looseworld.com
Tonight Engine Room is all over NYC. The Bloodsugars will be at Cake Shop for the last night of friends Savoir Adore’s residency. The great folks over at Brooklyn Vegan previewed the show and kindly said “The Bloodsugars make ’80s-inspired widescreen pop that at times sounds uncannily like Prefab Sprout — and good Prefab Sprout, not ‘hot dog jumping frog Albequerque’ Prefab Sprout. Which is to say these folks know their way around big pop hooks.” Read the full article here.
Then over at Spike Hill in Williamsburg it’s the 3rd night of Lowry’s weekly residency, and this week special guests include ERR’s Luke Wesley and friends Low Water. Check out what people are saying about the residency here, here, here and here. And for those non-New Yorkers we’ll be streaming the entire night again via StreamJam.
Last but not least please save the date for the FREE Bloodsugars show at Brooklyn Bowl Wed. Feb 24th hosted by 101.9 RXP!
Every Thursday in February and March Lowry will be performing a free show at Williamburg’s Spike Hill. The band goes on at 10pm and each week we’ve invited different bands to play at 9pm and 11pm including Ego Puppets, Ivan & The Terribles, Low Water, Kevin Johnston, No Lindsay, David LK Murphy and many more. For a complete list visit Spike Hill or view the flyer above.
For non-new yorkers, or for people who don’t like to leave their nice warm homes in the winter, we have a special treat for you. There will be live streaming of tonights show via StreamJam. A cool new service where not only can you watch live but also can create an avatar of yourself and chat with others and run around the online venue. Facebook users can sign up here or visit StreamJam and you’ll quickly and easily zip off to avatar land and battle humans as they try and take over….wait I’m getting mixed up. Anyway it’s still really cool so please give it a try.
As voted by the readers of Deli Magazine Lowry placed in the # 1 spot in the Readers Poll and took #12 in the overall Final Results, which was comprised of scores from the readers, deli writers and a jury of industry professionals. Congratulations Guys!
To view the full list of results visit Here
We’re lucky to be celebrating this record twice at two of the best venues in the City!
The first one is at Music Hall of Williamsburg (see the beautiful flyer below that was hand painted by Engine Room’s own Joyce Chan) on Saturday January 31st. The night features Robbers On High Street, Jukebox The Ghost, Takka Takka and Lowry. Plus we have some prizes to hand out and free chocolates courtesy of Brooklyn’s own The Mast Brothers (while supplies last)
Then on Thursday February 5th we are at Bowery Ballroom with Francis and the Lights, Savoir Adore and The Bloodsugars!
For complete details on these shows and to buy tickets head over to Bowery Presents
A new Lowry video for a new topical track not included on Love Is Dead.
Be sure to come to Wed Oct 29th Love Is Dead release show at The Studio @ Webster Hall featuring ERR artists Lowry, The Bloodsugars & Porter Block and our friend Tanye Buziak!
“Face Behind Your Hands” from Lowry on Vimeo.
We’re very excited to announce that Love Is Dead, the much-anticipated album by Lowry, is now available for download on eMusic!
A physical release date is not too far away, but in the meantime, enjoy Love Is Dead HERE.
Now you, like the rest of us, can listen to it until your eyes pop out. But who needs eyes when your ears are getting spoiled rotten?
It seems that our friends at Amie St agree, because they gave Love Is Dead a front page feature today!
As a long-time fan of this band, I’m extremely happy to announce on behalf of everyone else at the Engine Room that we’ve just signed Brooklyn-based act Lowry to our label. Lowry’s unique brand of neo-folk is at its best in this gem of an album, which quietly takes you on a strangely beautiful journey you’ll be glad to repeat until the songs stay with you whether they’re playing or not. We expect digital distribution of their new album, Love Is Dead, in mid summer, and the record will be available in stores across the country by the fall.
And lucky you, you can catch them at the Mercury Lounge @ 10pm TONIGHT with Low Water at 9pm and Phonograph at 11pm.