C. Gibbs

C. Gibbs

Open Kimono, LAPêCHE

Sat · June 1, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

$10 ADV / $12 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

C. Gibbs
C. Gibbs
C. Gibbs is an American singer-songwriter who has released over 13 albums
under  monikers such as  C. Gibbs, Lucinda Black Bear, He Arrived By
Helicopter and others.  His projects have ranged from Indie Rock to Gothic
Americana and have been praised in the New York Times, Rolling Stone,
NPR NBC News and other notable media. Gibbs began his professional
career at age 21 playing guitar for the one-hit wonder band Modern
English on 4AD records then went on to start Morning Glories , a power
pop-punk band with heavy doses of jagged apocalyptic blues. Eventually
Gibbs signed a solo deal with Atlantic Record for one album and went on
to release 8 more albums. Gibbs also performed in the Tony Award Winning
Broadway musical Passing Strange (Stew) and appeared in the Spike Lee
film of the same name. He has opened for / shared the stage with
Margaret Cho, John Mellencamp, Little Richard, Son Volt, John Doe and many more. His latest record under the moniker He Arrived By
Helicopter has garnered critical acclaim and explores more
instrumental, psychedelic, ambient territory. Gibbs’ 8 th album under the moniker C. Gibbs is being mixed and due out for release next fall.
Open Kimono
Open Kimono is singer-songwriter-guitarist Pierre de Gaillande's latest musical project, drawing from his repertoire spanning the last twenty years fronting previous bands Melomane, Sea Foxx, and The Snow. Perfect for lovers of cinematic, well-crafted art-pop with unexpected lyrics and deft songwriting. With Daria Grace on bass, Quentin Jennings on keyboards, Brad Stewart on trumpet, Jeff Schaeffer on drums, Hilary Downes on piano horn and vocals, and special guest drummer and Kenny Savelson.
LAPêCHE
LAPêCHE
LAPêCHE is a four-piece born out of Brooklyn New York. Fronted by singer-songwriter, Krista Holly Diem, the band boasts a sound inspired by their indie roots, delivering a dark, catchy rock that’s simultaneously somber and uplifting.

Intense and lovely, Diem’s writing draws inspiration from both past and present, touching on themes light and dark. Collaboratively, with her husband and bassist, Dave Diem, LAPêCHE also includes the intricate and thoughtful guitar slaying of Drew DeMaio as well as the creative rhythm of Jefferson Gensterblum. The band combines perfectly to guide Krista’s provocative melodies over their uniquely driving hooks.

LAPêCHE’s debut full length, The Second Arrow, was recorded and produced by the legendary J. Robbins (Jets To Brazil, Clutch, Quicksand, Ponytail) at Magpie Cage in Baltimore. The new record dives deeper, darker and hits harder than their previous EP Bright and Bending, while still driving that 90’s fuzz. Grit-laced with melancholy hopefulness, The Second Arrow will be released September 8th on Bakery Outlet Records.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/