Steady Sun

PopGun Presents

Steady Sun

Mustardmind, Eliot Krimsky (of Glass Ghost)

Feb 23

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

Elsewhere - Zone One

Brooklyn, NY

$10

This event is 16 and over

Steady Sun
Steady Sun
Sewn with patterns of obsessive composition and stitched together with threads of psychedelia, Steady Sun’s cohesion comes out of eclecticism and history. Originally formed in 2011 by Dylan Nowik and Andrew Emge around an evolving lineup, the outfit was firmly resolved with lifelong musical collaborators Rowan Brind and Pete Victor-Gasper, and was later joined by Paul Truitt, an alchemical outcome of the living space Steady Sun had been sharing in Ridgewood, Queens, 3 blocks north of Brooklyn. Their third LP, largely recorded in Ridgewood, Queens, marks a large evolution from the band’s first effort, recorded by Nowik in two bedrooms along the Hudson River, exactly 100 miles apart. On this ambitious long-player, Steady Sun furthers their unabashedly unique and macrocosmic signature.
Mustardmind
Mustardmind
Mustardmind is a Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based band originally formed in 2015 on the lovely coast of the Gowanus Canal. The band has become known for their experimental, atmospheric sound with pop-rock sensibility. Focusing heavily on the quality of their live shows, Mustardmind makes sure to produce a unique experience at every performance.
Eliot Krimsky (of Glass Ghost)
Eliot Krimsky (of Glass Ghost)
Eliot Krimsky is a composer and songwriter, co-founder and lead singer of the band Glass Ghost, keyboardist and media artist. Glass Ghost has been called “delicately brave” by Andy McCluskey of OMD, and “weird and mournful yet highly rhythmic by Time Out New York. The band has been featured on NPR, HBO and has played shows with the likes of Deerhoof, Dirty Projectors and Sharon Van Etten. In 2015 Glass Ghost did an interactive new-media performance at Lincoln Center presented by Performance Space 122. Krimsky also works with Open House who’s piece “Rememberer” had it’s Washington D.C premier at American Dance Institute and it’s NYC premier at BAM for the Next Wave festival. Krimsky has played with Meshell Ndegeocello as well as the band Here We Go Magic -- which whom he’s played numerous shows - including at the O2 Arena London and at the Montreal Jazz Festival. Krimsky’s music has been highly featured on film, television and new media -- appearing on PBS, HBO, New York Times and at film festivals world wide. His composition for the film Supergirl was recently aired on PBS Independent LENS. His music has also been dance for choreographer Beth Gill’s “Portrait Study” -- which opened for Laurie Anderson in her Live Ideas Festival. Krimsky is currently in mixing stages for his first solo album entitled ‘Wave in Time.’
Venue Information:
Elsewhere - Zone One
599 Johnson Ave.
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
http://www.elsewherebrooklyn.com/