From Maybird: ‘Though it’s very disappointing for us to have to postpone these shows, it’s what makes most sense. We’re looking into rescheduling all of the dates and your tickets will be honored at the new dates (same venues and same bills most likely) once the coronavirus concerns have passed. Refunds also available.’
New date and more information to come…
Friday, April 3
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Tickets (on sale Friday, 2/14): $10 advance, $12 day of show General Admission Standing, at Eventbrite.com, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p)
Josh Netsky is the singer and principal songwriter of the Brooklyn/Rochester based band Maybird. Along with Sam Snyder, Kurt Johnson and Josh’s brother Adam Netsky the band self-released their debut record, Down and Under, in 2013. The ambitious, independent record caught the ear of producer Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, Broken Bells) who approached the band to sign to his Columbia Records imprint, 30th Century Records. In April of 2016 Maybird released Turning Into Water, an EP that fuses expensive psychedelia with evocative roots rock accents. NPR debuted the video for the song “Looking Back” stating, “It’s a poignant, profoundly emotional ode to childhood, fleeting youth and chasing dreams.” The band was featured on the soundtrack for Amazon’s hit show The Man in the High Castle covering Brenda Lee’s classic “All Alone Am I”. The record included Beck, Norah Jones, The Shins, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen and others. Recently Maybird spent time in Nashville, TN working with Patrick Carney of The Black Keys at his home recording studio. The new set of songs, Unraveling, was released in June 2017 and the band has toured with Portugal. The Man, The Babe Rainbow and Joywave in support of the new release.
The Tins open the show:
Hailing from Buffalo, NY, four-piece indie rock outfit, The Tins weave captivating harmonic anthems into a sonic fabric laced with threads of ’60’s psychedelic pop, static-washed folk, and new-wave art rock. Together, keyboardist Mike Santillo, drummer Dave Muntner, guitarist Adam Putzer, and bassist Justin John Smith draw listeners into a world crackling with “brilliant pop exuberance” (USA Today).
Their debut full length, Life’s A Gas was written by the band with veteran producer Joe Blaney (The Clash, Prince, Modest Mouse). Since then they’ve gone on to work with Grammy award-winning producer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, The Gaslight Anthem, Andrew W.K.), toured extensively throughout North America, and garnered millions of plays across streaming music platforms.
The band’s self-titled, second LP, The Tins was released June 1st, 2018 and entered the NACC 200 college radio chart. The album was produced by Robby Takac of the Goo Goo Dolls and features artwork by legendary Rolling Stone cover artist Philip Burke.
You can hear their cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “State Trooper” currently in rotation on SiriusXM.
Date(s) - 04/03/2020
341 Delaware Avenue