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Night Manager
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LOCATION:Brooklyn via San Francisco and Paris
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  • Ezana Edwards, Caitlin Seager, David Tassy, Timothy Angliolillo
[show] forest family @ cmj Very proud to be apart of a great CMJ showcase this year presented by our label Forest Family Records and our friends Tangents & The Times and SarahSpy. Collectively we’ve put together a helluva a show with some great acts: Dent May, Holiday Shores, Dead Gaze, Night Manager, Long Walks On The Beach and Tommy Toussaint will be DJing the hits all night. The show is Wednesday, October 19th at Bruar Falls in Brooklyn, check out the fbook event here. Jam some tunes below. Dent May – FunHoliday Shores – Threepeat Got OldDead Gaze –
It’s Not RealNight Manager – Pizza PastaLong Walks On The Beach – Literally Crazy For YouTommy Toussaint – Only Want You This entry was written by rellis, posted on October 14, 2011 at 6:36 pm, filed under New Tunes, Shows and tagged brooklyn, bruar falls, cmj, dead gaze, dent may, forest family, holiday shores, long walks on the beach, night manager, tommy toussaint. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink and follow any comments with the RSS feed for this post. [fresh] night manager//pizza pasta New York’s Night Manager rip through some serious melancholic riffs in their new track “Pizza Pasta,” intermingling the enchanting voice of Brooklyn siren Caitlin Seager. Arranged with dubby guitar, warped bass, and a trashcan backline, her voice never seems to stay put and has easily become one of the band’s hallmarks, teetering up and down in wanton abandon. Pre-order their 3-song Pizza Pasta 7″ from Fire Talk. Night Manager – Pizza Pasta This entry was written by rellis, posted on June 16, 2011 at 4:00 pm, filed under New Tunes and tagged fire talk, night manager. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink and follow any comments with the RSS feed for this post. night manager//wolf pyramid Busy destroying live sets and even home-recording several new tracks, BK newcomers, Night Manager, have been steadily on the grind.  Starting off with a clamor which is then contained and followed by sharp guitar licks and cavernous “oohs and aahs”, “Wolf Pyramid” is a near four minutes of raw energy.  Word is they’re prepping songs for a future home somewhere, stay tuned. (via Weekly Tape Deck)

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