School Night


School Night

Sioux Lion, resident DJ Jason Eldredge (KCRW/East Village Radio), and many more, Hosted by Chris Douridas (KCRW), & Matt Goldman (MFG)

Sioux Lion is a band of producers, poets and hook-smiths, who in the spirit of the amazing possibilities of collaboration, have combined their creative efforts to construct an evocative and atmospheric brand of electro pop; perfectly suited for the kinetic energy of a blissed out dance floor, the hushed intimacy of ear buds in a dimly lit bedroom, or a chill day at the beach. The group aims to create a celebratory yet thoughtful blend of vibrations; not considerate of antiquated genre boundaries, but aimed at inspiring the childlike joy born of artful appropriation. Trading masterfully in both bass-music party dynamics and classic pop song craft, Sioux Lion features modern and innovative beat making and a timeless, dual-fronted presence headed by ingénue Winslow Bright and leading man John Record. Earnest, yet unafraid to be theatrical. At once indulgent, yet refined. Urbane and intellectual, yet deeply relatable on a basic human level. Sioux Lion is out to turn the world into vacation, and to inspire as many people as possible to let go and take the trip with them. After a busy six months playing shows at Spike Hill, Glasslands, Pianos, The Studio at Webster Hall, and The Parisian Ball Festival on Governor’s Island (in addition to a Bushwick roof banger of their own making), the band has amassed an impressive following in both Manhattan and Brooklyn. With their dreamy blend of live instrumentation and manipulated electronics, Sioux Lion have established themselves as a band to watch in the New York music scene.


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School Night
Event Category: Live Music
When: October 27, 2013
Time: 8:00pm
Where: Brooklyn Bowl
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