Thursday, May 26, 2011

Keeping it in the Family: The Band Called Fuse and Grind City, Live at Southpaw This Sunday

(Grind City brings their fabulous live show to Brooklyn on Sunday)

This is not a music blog per se, but we make an exception for family. This Sunday, May 29, ILFA's rock-star brother rolls into town with GrindCity out of Philadelphia to help Brooklyn's own The Band Called Fuse launch their new album, Sucker Punch Gospel, at Southpaw in the Slope. The show, which also features local acts Silent Knight, K.O.N., Rasheed Chappell, Kyle Rapps, and DJ Dylemma, starts at 8pm sharp and costs only $10. I realize I'm not the most objective of observers, but Fuse and GrindCity have been sharing stages in both NYC and Philly for a while, and they've got a tendency to push each other to great heights and great live shows.

If you've got Monday off, spend your Sunday night at Southpaw (125 5th Avenue, BK). You'll be glad you did.

1 comment:

  1. Question -- any idea what is opening up on the West side of Franklin Avenue between Prospect and St. Marks? The building just South of the POSHbk nail place? Thanks!