Emilyn Brodsky + The Prettiots + Ella Jet At New World Brewery

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Emilyn Brodsky + The Prettiots + Ella Jet At New World Brewery

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Thx Mgmt Presents emilyn brodsky Emilyn Brodsky was born the night of hurricane Gloria in the suburbs of New York City. She plays the ukulele and writes simple songs about complicated feelings. She has been called ‘charmingly aggressive’, ‘the love of my life’ and ‘a jerk’. She has had the good fortune to play with some seriously amazing people, including: The Magnetic Fields, Pete Seeger, The Gossip, Against Me!, The Decemberists, The Hold Steady, TV on the Radio, Amanda Palmer, and Kimya Dawson. Most recently, her songs have been featured on HBO’s Girls, The Chris Gethard Show, The Rumpus, and Autostraddle. Emilyn has a self-released album of home recordings, a split 7-inch with Mirah on Third Story Records, a full-length studio album (Emilyn Brodsky’s Greatest Tits) from Third Story Records. And on September 23rd you will have, in your hot little hands, her newest full-length, Emilyn Brodsky Eats Her Feelings, from Dead Stare. Emilyn’s feelings are an all-you-can-eat buffet and your blood sugar is doubtlessly a little low, so, eat up. The Prettiots If you were to put an epic sleepover—complete with wine, popcorn, Cards Against Humanity, and your best friends—into song form, it would sound a lot like The Prettiots. The New York trio craft classic girl talk into sing-along jams, and we've been obsessed ever since they first officiallly formed last year. Stocked with lyrics like "All I want to do is make out with you," the band's ukelele-driven tracks like "Dreamboy" could've easily be lifted from our old diaries (except minus all of the embarassing anecdotes that nobody wants to relive). But while the music itself is undoubtedly earnest and sweet and ear-wormy addictive, don't assume that Kay Kasperhauser, Rachel Trachtenburg, and Lulu Prat are all sugar. There's a definite edge behind these songs, and it's a clever snark that keeps things interesting. You can hear this 'tude in full force in the group's latest anthem "Boys (I Dated In High School)," which, yes, is exactly what you're thinking: a hilarious running list of old crushes, the problems with each dude, and all the reasons they're glad things didn't work out. Ella Jet Music

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