Sat, Mar 14|
MUSIC: Native Sun (Brooklyn) & The Muckers
What’s more American than a band of immigrants? Native Sun doesn’t so much ask the question as demand an answer with their cataclysmic resistance by audio.
Time & Location
Mar 14, 2020, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Le Mondo, 406 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
About The Event
Join us in welcoming Brooklyn-based bands, Native Sun and The Muckers this Friday night!
ABOUT THE BANDS
Native Sun (Grand Jury Music/Brooklyn, NY)
What’s more American than a band of immigrants? Native Sun doesn’t so much ask the question as demand an answer with their cataclysmic resistance by audio. In our time of division, the four-piece brings their personal contexts front and center, unabashedly reimagining the sound of white Americana through their (mostly) brown mouths — empowered by the will to make music against all hostility. Harkening back to a time when rock n' roll meant something, they've not only reinvigorated, but have conquered the New York music scene, selling out shows, getting shut down by the cops, and finding themselves amongst the ranks of bands like Psychic Ills, Sunflower Bean, DEATH, Wavves, Night Beats, and The Nude Party.
If more bands made unrelenting rock ‘n roll like New York City’s Native Sun, no one would be mentioning the genre as one being on its last legs.
LISTEN: Music video for "Oedipus Race" premiered October 3rd, 2019 via FADER
WATCH: Audiotree session
The Muckers The mesmerizing sound of The Muckers spreads widely in a delightful garden where God and Satan dance together. Formed in the city of Tehran, Iran in 2014, The Muckers are mainly influenced by 60’s Psychedelic-Rock and some elements of the 70’s Funk Era.
The Muckers are coming off a great year since they released their EP in late 2018, with nods by KEXP's Music That Matters, The New York Times, DIY Magazine who called them "one of New York’s most exciting new bands", features in NME, Rolling Stone, Billboard, sessions with NPR's World Cafe & Paste + a tour with Pond & more.