Stranded In Stereo: SIS Club Night #5

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

SIS Club Night #5

It’s finally June. The weather is warming up, the days are even longer, meaning your nights can be even longer than that! With that being said, we look to capitalize on this annual occurrence known as the Summer Solstice by bringing you this month’s hot and sweaty edition of our Stranded In Stereo Club Night.

SIS Club Night – Wednesday June 18th – 9PM - $3

at Rehab (formerly Club Midway) - 25 Avenue B - NYC

F or V to 2nd; F, J, M, or Z to Delancey/Essex


Emanuel And The Fear [9:30] Emanuel and the Fear is a ten piece rock band/orchestra consisting of members that have played/toured with Sufjan Stevens, Spoon, Mars Volta, and The National to name a few. The group is a brilliant new approach to the modern rock band consistently capturing the audience with beautifully, intricate scores laced with eloquent, quivering vocals.

The Naked Hearts [10:15] The Naked Hearts hail from New York, and are definitely out to make a name for themselves. While L Magazine says that the band "Makes sludgy guitar rock perfect for rainy days or the morning after something bad happens", claims that the trio's "Minimalist post-punk grooves and spooky male/female vocals land them somewhere in Joy Divison and Helium territory". Only way to find out for yourself is to catch them live.

Day For Night [11:00] It's a simple story: (three) people who like (a lot of different) music (a lot) got together and slowly found a sound that made them blissful. That's how every band should happen. Their self titled EP is a stunning debut; t's as though Day For Night emerged from the womb fully formed, taking up where a host of gloomy 4AD bands left off. Dream pop? Not a chance. This is ‘dream-rock.’

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