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Quicksilver Daydream // Lightwash // Carriers // Samuel Campoli

Join us in showing our Cincinnati pals, LIGHTWASH and CARRIERS some NYC love!

7:45 Doors
8:15 Samuel Campoli
9:15 Carriers
10:15 Lightwash
11:15 Quicksilver Daydream

Lightwash started as a solo project by James Bishop in 2016. He released their first EP "Bad Dream" on Broken Circle Records March 25th of that year and received praise from NOISEY, STEREOGUM and many more.

Their latest release "Half Hung" was released February 5th on Broken Circle Records and was streamed in its entirety at GoldFlakePaint. They are currently at work on a full length and will be on tour with Carriers this Spring.

CARRIERS (Carrierstheband)
Carriers is a rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio. Built around Curt Kiser's sincere songwriting. The sounds they create together are dreamy & carefully layered. Live, the band plays as a 5 piece consisting of Curt Kiser, Alex & Ashley McGrath, Cory Pavlinac & Trent Becknell.

Their debut album, "Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else" was recorded over at 2 1/2 year period at Ultrasuede Studio in Cincinnati with John Curley (Afghan Whigs) & Bryan Devendorf (The National). The album is set to release in 2018.

Samuel Campoli is a Brooklyn-based songwriter and producer. Heavily influenced by early folk-rock pioneers George Harrison and Neil Young as well as outsider artists Skip Spence and Ted Lucas, Samuel brings some nuance to a more nostalgic sounding folk-rock. The first single off his debut LP, Claverack premiered on Pond Mag and features Ben Roberts (Ötherbänd and Rangutang) on drums, Dan Kleederman (Throw Vision, Julia Anrather, Underorder) on lead guitar, Gary Timpane on bass and was engineered by Clemens Knieper.

Quicksilver Daydream is an experimental psychedelic-folk band led by Adam Lytle. Their recordings combine brooding, surrealistic lyrics with a nebulous mix of mellotron strings, woozy synthesizers, soaring guitars, and reverberating vocals. The band draws from a deep pool of influences, owing as much to early psychedelic pioneers Pearls Before Swine and The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, as they do to the compositions of Ennio Morricone and Baudelaire.