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Pop / Rock 17/09/2014

Capital Cities, Animal Collective DJ Set, Dum Dum Girls, And Eli Young Band Hit Brooklyn Bowl In October

Capital Cities, Animal Collective DJ Set, Dum Dum Girls, And Eli Young Band Hit Brooklyn Bowl In October
New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Shore Fire Media) Brooklyn Bowl - called "New York City's mecca of bowling, food, and entertainment" by the New York Observer - will welcome a DJ set from Animal Collective's Geologist and Deakin, the duo behind 2013's smash summer hit "Safe and Sound" - Capital Cities, and country rockers the Eli Young Band as part of their October lineup.

Eli Young Band - Thu, Oct 2
With three #1 hits, a GRAMMY nomination, an Academy of Country Music Song of the Year Award for their hit "Crazy Girl," and a new album, '10,000 Towns' that Taste of Country calls "their best album ever," the Eli Young Band will bring their country-rock to the stage at Brooklyn Bowl (show: 8:00 pm, admission: $25).

Watch "Crazy Girl" here:
Animal Collective DJ Set - Fri, Oct 3
Animal Collective continues this fall's DJ Set tour of the East Coast with a residency at Brooklyn Bowl, featuring band members Geologist and Deakin. Animal Collective continues to make music after seven years, six studio records and one live record, that combines a love of sonic free form electronic horror gospel hip hop soul pop madness (show: 11:30pm, admission: $15).

Watch Animal Collective's DJ set at the Boiler Room in 2013 here:

Pimps of Joytime - Sat, Oct 4
The Pimps of Joytime were born out of frontman Brian J's desire to layer his broad range of musical influences -- soul, funk, blues and rock n' roll -- within the freedom of an unapologetic dance groove. Since 2007, the Brooklyn based group has grown from playing basement parties down the street to headlining more than 100 shows each year, with stops along the festival circuit at Bonnaroo, High Sierra, Outside Lands, and more. The Pimps' debut record 'High Steppin' dropped in 2008 on Wonderwheel Recordings to praise from NPR for their "funk laden style," followed by their sophomore release 'Janxta Funk!' in 2011 (shows: 8:00pm, admission: $15).

Watch Pimps of Joytime live at High Sierra 2013 here:

Start Making Sense - Sat, Oct 11
Start Making Sense is a 7-piece Talking Heads tribute band that takes pride in faithfully recreating the music of Talking Heads' entire career. Together they bring the Heads' unique live show to the stage, with front man Jon Braun as a spot-on David Byrne, giving a "once in a lifetime" experience for fans of the 80s new-wave art punk band (shows: 12am, admission: $10).

Watch Start Making Sense's cover of "Burning Down the House" here:

Felice Brothers - Wed, Oct 29
"The ultimate showmanship of any band is when they are in union with their audience and love playing as much as the crowd loves listening," says Clash Magazine on the Felice Brothers' live performances. Known for their wild and intense live shows, the band has been traveling the world for 8 years, playing major festivals like Coachella to Midwestern dive bars to ancient churches in Bavarian Germany - and now Brooklyn Bowl (show: 8pm, admission: $20).

Listen to "Frankie's Gun" here:
Dum Dum Girls - Thu, Oct 30
With a name that plays homage to Iggy Pop's song "Dum Dum Boys," the Dum Dum Girls started as a bedroom recording project for lead singer Dee Dee Penny, and have since released three studio albums. The four member band will bring their sound, which has been described by Pitchfork as "pure pop pleasure with a more textured bite" to Brookyln Bowl (show: 8pm, admission: $20).

Watch "Bedroom Eyes" here:
Capital Cities - Fri, Oct 31
Lead by Sebu Simonian and Ryan Merchant — jingle writers who first met on Craigslist— Capital Cities released their debut album 'In A Tidal Wave of Mystery' in 2013. The "infectious" (Rolling Stone) single "Safe and Sound" shot to #1 on Billboard's Alternative chart, and is sure to be a dance-worthy highlight when the duo take the stage at the Brooklyn Bowl (show: 8pm, admission: $30).

Watch the "Safe and Sound" music video here:
About Brooklyn Bowl:
Brooklyn Bowl is the ultimate night out, with its groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 16 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, and "epic" (Eater) food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon restaurant group. Located in the beautiful, 19th-century Hecla Iron Works building, the venue -- aka "rock and roll heaven" (Village Voice) -- boasts a sound system and amenities that "no other local rock club can offer" (The New York Times). Also committed to environmental sustainability, Brooklyn Bowl is the first L.E.E.D.-certified bowling alley in the world.

Brooklyn Bowl recently opened its London outpost at The O2 (a "wonderland of food, drink, music and pins" - London Evening Standard) and Las Vegas in The LINQ, Caesars Entertainment's open air district in the center of the world famous Las Vegas strip.
Visit Brooklyn Bowl online at

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