Two of our own are making some noise about town. Saturday night, Music Supervisor, Deb Oh, performed an intimate set at Rockwood Music Hall 3. Unaccompanied by her Cavaliers, Deb performed soulful, stripped down versions of some new tracks “When Did We Lose Our Way” and “Vessels”, some oldies but goodies, such as “Zoetrope” and “Grey”, and a beautifully haunting cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Little Lies”, which you can listen to here: https://soundcloud.com/doatc/little-lies.
Deb also performed her upcoming single, “Goodbye Manhattan” set for release in early 2015. Spoiler alert – it’s awesome, and you will want to get yourself a copy.
Deb Oh and her Cavaliers will next be performing at Brooklyn Bowl, October 8th. Get tickets and more info on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/debohmusic.
TJ Dumser – Headroom’s talented audio engineer/sound designer by day and member of Deb Oh and the Cavaliers and band Side Saddle by night – also made the Headroom family proud this past week as Side Saddle took the stage at Cameo Gallery on Monday to celebrate the release of their debut LP, The Astorian. Between the great tunes, witty banter, and unlimited free cookies, the audience couldn’t have asked for a better way to experience the new album release.
The album, described by Under The Gun as “full of lush layers, varied instrumentation…overflowing with beautiful songwriting and impressive production that elevated the band’s addictive folk-pop tunes to a new level”, is available for your listening pleasure at http://sidesaddle.bandcamp.com/. Keep an eye out for more shows to come on the band’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thisissidesaddle.