FRIDAY, JULY 26, 2019
7:30PM Doors / 8:00PM Show
RAIN OR SHINE
$20 ADV / $25 Day of Show
General Admission - Standing
Industry City Courtyard 1-2
(Food Hall Entrance)
238 36th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Very few musicians capture the gritty warts ‘n all details of growing up and trying to grasp a sense of self quite like George van den Broek, better known as Yellow Days. On 2017’s debut EP ‘Harmless Melodies’ and the full-length project ‘Is Everything Okay In Your World?’, we witnessed the first steps in van den Broek’s coming-of-age story. Both works, written and recorded in his garden shed and released via Good Years, vividly document new relationships blooming and old ones fizzing out.
George is in possession of a rich, smoke-stained voice, which lends itself neatly to stripped-down soul or frenzied psych. Outside of Yellow Days, he also makes beats and hip-hop instrumentals, and a 2017 collaboration with Irish rapper Rejjie Snow (‘Lately I’) hints at another future path to head down.
His next project, an album through Columbia Records, is all about “my time right now.” Currently being recorded in fuller studio environments that the, now nineteen year old, van dan Broek has long been aspiring to make music in – with full respect to the shed back home – it’s set to contain the same light versus dark sparring match that defines his finest songs so far. “The whole point of Yellow Days is to be a project about youth,” he states. “It's all about being young and having this overwhelming sense of emotion, this confusion, all heading towards an eventual goal of happiness.
After leaving high school a year early to pursue a career in music, Ambar Lucid, a first generation 17-year old Dominican/Mexican-American musician from Little Ferry, New Jersey started paving a lane for herself in the industry. Her mother moved to the US from the Dominican Republic to give her child a better life; often deterred by her surrounding environment to not follow her dream of making it in music, she kept pushing on. At the age of 15, Ambar started writing & producing her own original music with influences of Indie, R&B, Alternative, & soul. Ambar always knew that being a musician was the only thing she'd ever be happy doing and eventually self-taught herself guitar, piano, & the ukulele. Her biggest influences are Pink Floyd, Mon Laferte, The Beatles, Andy Shauf & Sticky Fingers. Ambar has released two singles thus far in 2018 previewing her debut project 'Dreaming Lucid' coming at the top of 2019.
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Industry City courtyard 1-2
238 36th St. Brooklyn, NY 11232
(Food Hall Entrance)
Subway D N R to 36th Street, Brooklyn