Wolf in a Spacesuit

PopGun Presents

Wolf in a Spacesuit

BZARYN, Spooky Cheddar, Big Girl

Jul 11

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Glasslands Gallery

Brooklyn, NY


This event is 21 and over

Wolf in a Spacesuit
Wolf in a Spacesuit
Wolf In a Spacesuit was born, as many contemporary acts are, in a bedroom. Singer/songwriter Algebra Huxley fed guitars, thrift-store organs and found sounds into a busted MPC and the ingredients formed the basis of the first EP, “Pink Slip”(self-released, 2007).
In the following years a second EP was released (Pomegranate Stationary, 2009) and the solo act became a full-fledged band. The band were courted by labels and released music for compilations, remixes and eventually released a limited vinyl for their song “Bark of a Cedar” (Hi Scores Recording Library, 2010).
Since then, Wolf In a Spacesuit have written, performed, produced, self-released and self-promoted all of their material.
In December of 2011 the band released their first full-length album, “Sea of Doors,” on Bandcamp. Months later, it remains near the top of the Synth-Pop and Indie-Pop charts.
Wolf In a Spacesuit are set to release “Wolf In a Spacesuit: The Complete Collection,” which will compile their discography as well as unreleased material on a custom USB memory stick. The collection is set for release on June 1, 2012.
The band are currently booking a July United States tour with fellow Chicago native Spooky Cheddar.
Immersive atmospheres of sound and loops of fury. Formerly Armen at the Bazaar.
Spooky Cheddar
Spooky Cheddar is an experimental artist from Chicago. A multi-instrumentalist bedroom musician; he uses synths, samples, and his guitar to make tunes in his free time. When he is finished, he listens to them while he does his chores.

He is also currently writing a sci-fi detective novel with his brother, but they will be using clever pen names so you won't recognize them when it comes out.
Big Girl
In the early summer of 2009, four musicians came together in a smoky garage to form Big Girl, a psychedelic jam band. They continued to play and practice and jam during college breaks, refining their skills and chemistry. In the spring of 2011, they decided to begin writing their own music, beginning with the devilish romantic fantasy Seven Sisters Past. New songs continue to be written and recorded on the band's ever-evolving demo, which can be found at www.soundcloud.com/biggirlband .
Venue Information:
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249