PopGun Presents


Low Fat Getting High, The Can't Tells, Corrupt Autopilot

Jan 09

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

Glasslands Gallery

Brooklyn, NY


Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Libel is kinda post-punk, a touch glammy, pretty epic, but holistically rock, if that term means anything anymore. The guys in the band live in Brooklyn and get called "hipsters" a lot, but they don't really mind -- it makes them feel young. (I mean, Williamsburg looks like a primary school playground these days, right?) They practice in Bushwick, which is code for getting really drunk in a small stinky room a few times a week. They play clubs, DIY spaces and would totally do bar mitzvahs because everyone knows that's where the real money is. All in all, it's not a bad lot. And the music's kinda nice -- big guitars, Bowie-wannabe vocals, thumpity drums, fuzzy bass, overly complex song structures, bleeding heart lyrics, etc. You know, the kind of thing that doesn't get you laid.
Low Fat Getting High
The Can't Tells
The Can't Tells
We are a band.

We embrace brevity with concisely written whatever in hopes of being listened to by you.

We are loud.
Corrupt Autopilot
This is a confessional of inner fears. Not just what you fear but the desire to be near your fear for the comfort it brings in it's familiarity in the type of pain it delivers. Listen to Ghost Country and you are immediately transported into a vast empty desert wasteland that is not only dangerous and barren but full of the demons and ghosts you have been avoiding your whole life. The only companions you have are the wails of a widow whose sons are not dead but forever missing. When you're in Ghost Country you're not alone. You travel with a pack of wolves whose howls protect and comfort you on your journey through heartbreak in this desperate endless dream.
Venue Information:
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249