In their listing for Friday’s show at Tommy’s Tavern (1041 Manhattan Ave, off the Greenpoint Ave G, free, with Dan Leslie + Captain Ahab & The Sea Crackens + Magnolia), Time Out NY says:
“Leland Sundries is the project of Nick Loss-Eaton. He blends oddball storytelling with a lo-fi country sensibility for a Ween-meets-Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy feel.”
Check out the awesome design and humor and randomness blog Never Slap The Gift Donkey, where the new Dan Kaplan-designed gig poster is, uh, posted.
December 18 at Trash Bar at 8pm for $6 and 1-hour of open bar, LS will play a big set with at least 1/3 new songs!
Dispatch from LS HQ:
Big show coming up Dec 18 at Trash Bar: new songs! open bar during our set! full electric show! Giant koala bears (not really)!
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Dan Bolles at 7 Days, an alt-weekly in Burlington, VT, writes, “We don’t give a lot of ink to The Purple Moon Pub in Waitsfield, but there’s a show this Tuesday that indie-folk fans will want to put on their radar. First up is quirky Brooklyn act Leland Sundries, which has some definitively Cracker-esque influences. The headlining act is a fellow named Dan Kaplan, whom discerning alt-country acolytes will remember from acclaimed outfit The Still. Not to be confused with Montréal’s The Stills, of course.”