Laura Stevenson

Laura Stevenson

Zula, Fern Mayo

Sat · March 31, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

Zula is the experimental pop project of cousins Nate and Henry Terepka. Their music puts it’s listener in an almost hypnotic dream state through the use of synthesizers, soothing vocal harmonies, roaring guitars, and off beat drum patterns. There is no single term or sub-genre to describe this group, but things that come to mind include pop, indie/alternative rock, and electronic.
Fern Mayo
Burnt out on the written word and in need of a new outlet, essayist Katie Capri turned her restlessness to guitar, crafting songs that explore the ulterior and broken patterns of thought, at times deeply personal and more ubiquitous at others. Capri's wailing vocals and jangling guitar together with Nicholas Cummins' kinetic, hooky basslines and drummer Brian Oranté's thundering hits creates Fern Mayo's own brand of idiosyncratic skronk pop seen all over DIY venues & basements around Brooklyn and the Northeast. Fern Mayo's cathartic live show ebbs through the band's disparate influences, from the live wire physicality of riot grrrl and pop punk to the emotive composure of 90s singer/songwriters. Their debut ep, Happy Forever, released in October 2015 on Miscreant Records, showcases the band's indie roots as well as their fascination with the darker side of dissonant guitar rock.
Venue Information:
1031 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY, 11211