Thu, October 5th

Mondo.NYC / Alpines, Stealth, MANU LANVIN, Le Galaxie, Emma O'Reilly, Stealth & Stereo RV

electronic folk Indie pop rock TICKETS

Doors 5:30
Show 6:00
Advance Price $10
Door Price $10

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Mondo.NYC / Alpines, MANU LANVIN, Le Galaxie, Emma O'Reilly, Stealth & Stereo RV

6pm - Stereo RV (US)

Myra Gleason, Stereo RV's lead singer, has one of the most powerfully expressive voices you've ever heard. Her fervent vocals, backed by the guitar and extraordinary beat boxing abilities of her husband, Gabe, make the vulnerable songs on Human, their debut EP, an overwhelming experience. The tracks are flooded with the joys and sorrows of everyday life, given wing by the record's vibrant production and melodies that will haunt you, even after a single listen.

The duo has been thrilling audiences in their hometown of Portland since they began performing together six years ago. Myra's singing and Gabe's ability to mimic the sound of a full drum kit, make every live performance an other-worldly event. "When we play live, people keep looking behind us for the drummer," Gabe says. "I'm a very technical and precise beat boxer. I pride myself on being able to provide any sound a percussionist can make."

7pm - Emma O'Reilly (IRELAND)

A road paved with alternative rock. A car fueled by pop. A roadmap outlined in folk, and a radio blaring classical music. Emma O'Reilly's music is an emotional journey not only through different genres, but different personal stories and soundscapes. 

Born and raised in the West of Ireland, she is often compared to Tori Amos, Kate Bush and Regina Spektor for her dramatic, dynamic, yet refined sound - part Pop-Rock, part Folk, part classical with theatrical leanings and always authentic. Her passionate performance style and her powerful voice are a force to be reckoned with in her live shows.  Alternately introspective and ferocious, vulnerable and dramatic, intricate and engaging, Emma O'Reilly is one to watch.

8pm - Alpines (UK)

Alpines is a UK duo based in Kingston upon Thames in South London, made up of Bob Matthews and Catherine Pockson. Since forming in 2010 the band has toured and supported The Naked and Famous, Emeli Sandé and Florence + the Machine at the Alexandra Palace on 10 March 2012. Their sophomore LP Another River, released in October 2016 retains its mature electronic pop sound, and is delivered with cool confidence and a soul-searching passion reminiscent of fellow Londoner Jessie Ware. Another River sees the pair combining futurist production and R&B melodies into dazzling soundscapes, each thrumming with a life of its own.

9pm - Stealth (UK)

Hailing from Birmingham UK, Stealth has quickly been turning tastemaker heads. With a strong in uence of blues and soul (Howlin Wolf and Etta James are two of his idols) he’s found, between the dark tone of his voice and emotive lyrics, a moving and personal style of music.
His debut EP 'Intro' charted at No 2 in the UK iTunes singer/songwriter chart and No 3 in the US. 'Intro' includes Stealth’s blistering song ‘Judgement Day’ which premiered on an episode of US TV series Suits to a phenomenal reaction on both sides of the Atlantic. The track has clocked up over 7 million plays on Youtube and is well over 3.5 million on Spotify.
His follow up 'Verse' features the powerful 'Real Life' which has been used on NBC’s The Catch and E’s The Royals, and his latest release ‘Bare Bones’ contains acoustic versions of songs from his 1st & 2 EP’s including a unique cover of Fleetwood Mac’s 'Dreams'.
Stealth has also featured alongside some huge artist's such as Ivor Novello winner and Mercury music prize nominee Nitin Sawhney, Grammy winner Roger Sanchez, Netsky, and Drumsound and Bassline Smith.



After three rock solo albums, Manu Lanvin finally found his most natural way with the « Devil Blues », a power trio that perfectly suits him. There is no doubt his collaboration with famous Texan musician Calvin Russell, for whom he co-wrote and produced in 2009 his parting album « Dawg Eat Dawg », was a start in this new direction. This radical change was rather clever as since the release of his fourth album Mauvais Casting in 2012, opportunities have come one after the other for our national French bluesman. One hundred and twenty gigs in 2013 in prestigious venues in Europe and in the United States (L’Olympia, Apollo Theater, Montreux Jazz Festival, Cahors Blues Festival, Avignon Blues Festival, etc…), an invitation from Claude Nobs and Quincy Jones to perform in New York for the Jazz Foundation of America’s Charities, a selection to represent France at the IBC (International Blues Challenge in Memphis) in 2014, the Cognac Passions Prize won in July 2015 and his nomination in 2017 for the French Cristal Globes as best male singer of the year. 

11pm - Le Galaxie (IRELAND)

Close your eyes. It’s 2am. The ground is shaking underfoot and your fingers are pulled upwards by some invisible but very audible force. The force of a TUNE.

Since their debut album, Le Galaxie have replicated this scene across clubs and venues, bars and fields, tents and countries, cities and towns, parties and raves. And in doing so, the band has had a multiplier effect, going from a cult following to a force. All systems are go.

Le Galaxie have spent the past six years claiming and holding onto their title as Ireland’s best live act. 

The nation’s favourite dance floor tear jerkers took their live shows to even greater heights in 2016 when they supported Faithless on their Irish tour, sold out the Olympia Theatre, and as usual, had the audience of major European festivals like Lovebox, Benicassim and Electric Picnic on their feet and dancing.