Thu, February 20th

The Afterparty w/ The Bronze Fondue

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Doors 11PM
Show 11:30PM
Advance Price $5
Door Price $10

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Bronze Fondue

BRONZE FONDUE is both a band and an epic night of music and entertainment that happens as often, and wherever, the BF can make it happen: Off-Broadway theaters, downtown performance spaces,
Brooklyn clubs, some guy’s basement. They play their hits and they host the show, which typically features the best of mainstream and off-beat NYC talent. Think of Bronze Fondue as “The Jools Holland Show” hosted by The Spiders from Mars instead of a funny little Englishman.



“Watching BRONZE FONDUE is, like, watching Joe Strummer front the Talking Heads. Except Strummer never wore a butterfly mask, I don’t think.” This is how one fan described the band and the characterization has stuck. Bronze Fondue has been bringing its unique form of wildly entertaining (and, at times bitingly satirical) rock to NYC fans since 2006. Bronze Fondue’s eponymously titled debut EP is the band’s first official release and features Fondue favorites “Motorcycle Jumps” and “Whatever Happened to Johnny Marvelous?” The EP is available anywhere digital music is sold.


In January of 2014, Bronze Fondue finally released a studio version of their epic live favorite, “Mood Ring”.


“We play country music from the future, when there will be no country music,” says The Man in the Butterfly Mask, Huck DeMilo, lead singer of Bronze Fondue, in describing his band’s product. And he’s not kidding. When you see them play their songs, as I did recently at a theater in New York City, it makes sense: They play country music, sort of, but from a country with no acoustic guitars or pedal steels, no grating nasally voices or bonehead lyrics. It’s country music from a country where all of the music is great, and where people are always laughing and having a good time even though they are bound by a universal sadness. Or maybe they’re having a good time because they are bound by a universal sadness. Or maybe they’re just having a good time. Either way, that’s how I was able to make sense of DeMilo’s comment – Eric Grossman of the New York Press


Huck De Milo – Vocals, guitar, melancholy

The Professor – Ppiano, algorithms, fantasy

Teddy Von Boy – Drums, percussion, savior faire

Greasy Cravings – Bass, vocals, hope

Rear Admiral Forrest p. McGillicuddy – Lead guitar, vocals, naval ops

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