Light Heat The Dardys

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Light Heat The Dardys

Bursting forth as a fully-formed artist in 1999, Quentin Stoltzfus has been rotating the crops ever since. Having made a string of records with his former group which incorporated the influences of both Johns Cale *and* Cage, the gazes of both shoe and star, Mazarin released smoothly jangled albums you want to listen to in a dune buggy on Mars.

The fact that Quentin has not released a record since Mazarin’s We’re Already There (2005) borders on absurd, but know this: that whole time, Quentin Stoltzfus was writing and recording the collection of tunes presented henceforth under the name Light Heat. Written and recorded in the hours and days between producing albums for friends and pulling hours as a professional mover, Light Heat’s self-titled album came together in a stone barn with a world-class recording studio he helped to build, a yurt in the deep woods of Virginia, and his home studio in the Philly neighborhood of Fishtown .

The Dardys

The Dardys are a 5-piece NYC based indie pop band. With equal nods to Merseybeat, Buddy Holly and Nirvana, The Dardys construct catchy and hooky songs around unconventional and sometimes uncomfortable arrangements. Don’t be fooled, The Dardys are no retro nostalgia trip, constantly changing and finding new ways to force a piece of music through the 5 distinct personalities in the band.

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Light Heat The Dardys
Event Category: Live Music
When: June 27, 2013
Time: 9:30pm
Where: Mercury Lounge
Cost: $10
More Info: http://www.mercuryloungenyc.com/event/257087-light-heat-new-york
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