New Man / Kid Freud / Earl Burrows / Wes Langlois At Exit/In

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Kid Freud w/ Earl Burrows, Wes Langlois, & New Man at Exit/In
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Kid Freud

Garage Pop

Daniel Closser - Drums
Jacob Moore - Bass
Alex Tomkins - Guitar, Vocals

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Earl Burrows

Nashville-based Earl Burrows plays jagged, jangly 70’s glam-rock era pop that is both tough and intelligent in delivery. Formed in 2013 by frontman Mark Watrous, the band is comprised of brothers Mark & Joel Watrous and Carson Medders. Together the group plows through angular chords in moments of unanticipated change to reveal buried, yet tenacious hooks. This is music for thinkers by thinkers, and the technical prowess is hard to ignore. Perhaps it’s the musical pedigree coming through as Mark Watrous wrote many of the songs while on the road playing with the likes of The Raconteurs, Brendan Benson, The Greenhornes, Karen Elson, Shudder To Think, and most recently, The Shins. Joel Watrous moved to Nashville from the brothers' hometown in Washington’s Tri-Cities where he was a member of Mu Meson and Dance Imperative, and guitarist Carson Medders continues to play in Nashville’s Non Commissioned Officers, The Medders, and Fox Bear Snake.
While not entirely a first for Mark Watrous, whose original band Loudermilk (later Gosling) signed to several majors in the early '00s, it’s been a while since Watrous focused on more personal material. This recent move has proven to be a good one, with Earl Burrows storming the ever-evolving Nashville scene in what’s been a very productive first two years.
2015 has seen the band featured at both the Forecastle Festival and LouFest as well as tour dates in both the midwest and southeast. Released in Sept. 2016, the band’s debut album “No Love for the Drowning”, garnered many positive reviews from critics.

“Pick this album up, put it in rotation, and let it’s gravity pull you in.”
-Pop Matters

“No Love for the Drowning is a massive debut that proves Watrous is more than the man in the background.”
-Consequence of Sound

“Jagged, jangly ’70s glam-rock-era pop that’s both immediate and filled with depth.”
-Tidal

"Stacked with experienced indie players, quartet Earl Burrows creates jagged little pop symphonies that fit nicely alongside the XTC catalog…"
-Nashville Scene
Wes Langlois
Wes Langlois
Wes Langlois - Guitar
Miles Price - Guitar
Derek Zelenka - Bass
Joe Giotta - Drums

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New Man
NEW MAN is a new project of new music from Cody Newman.
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