Wednesday, July 17, 2013 @ 8:00 PM
Times listed are when doors open.
Music typically begins one hour later.
THROW VISION entered the studio to record their debut album, In I, just months after forming in the Spring of 2012. In I carries a sound that is undeniably “Throw Vision,” bringing together diverse influences --Debussy, Animal Collective and Here We Go Magic-- on top of soulful pulses of r&b and jazz.
The band crowdsourced funds for the album through a successful, wide-reaching Kickstarter campaign, deemed by Pigeons and Planes as one of ten Kickstarter projects “worth investing in,” alongside Amanda Palmer’s celebrated $1million+ endeavor. The Bushwick Daily called In I “beautiful”, yet so genre-bending that classifying the sound would be “challeng[ing] even [to] an audiophile.” Boxx Magazine, a publication supported by the McCormick Foundation, labeled In I an “overall hypnotic opus.”
Throw Vision played NYU Skirball Center in October to a live and virtual audience of over 30,000 people across the globe as the house band for the annual Summit Conference, produced by art giants Creative Time -- the brains behind the Tribute in Light for 9/11 and the MTA’s immense HEARD•NY project in Grand Central with Nick Cave.
In March, Throw Vision was voted Deli Magazine’s “NYC Artist of the Month” by an ever-growing fanbase, spreading in grassroots fashion to new, appreciative ears. As the group prepares to hit the road this summer for a tour of the Northeast, their live show continues to evolve into an immersive, ear-and-mind-opening experience that might leave you, as it left one Free Williamsburg journalist, “amazed.”
*Prices listed are
for tickets only, an additional $5 door charge may apply
for those under age 21 at our 18 and over shows.