WMSC & Rock Hand Records Presents
The Shrieks, Les Bicyclettes Blanches , Girl Skin, Evelyn, Youth Moose
The Shrieks (formerly Flux Machine) play what they like to refer to as, the essence of Rock and Roll pressed through a juicer. Their music is an anthemic shriek! A synesthesia of old school and new school rock and punk. They’re here to rock in their own medium and in their own way. For the Shrieks, the concept of Rock & Roll is a way of life. For, Luis Accorsi, Omar Abdelhadi, Jeremy Sauber and Leo Corleone, this is the only way to live. They only want to deliver the purest and most potent rock possible and will let nothing stand in their way.
GIRL SKIN are a Brooklyn based collective, led by singer / songwriter Sid Simons. Describing their music as ‘lemon pop’, they combine aspects of fragile folk and delicate art rock to create ethereal chamber pop songs that are unafraid to wear their vulnerable hearts on their sleeve. The songs are shaped by Sid’s experiences, taking in his journey from birth in Portland, OR, to his childhood in both Australia and then New York, teenage years in Shanghai, China and a rambling road trip he took around the U.S.A. instead of finishing High School.
Evelyn is a four-piece band making hearts-on-their-sleeves indie rock out of Brooklyn, NY. The group’s songs originate in the mind of singer, guitarist, and songwriter Dani Lencioni, whose self-taught songwriting combines vintage rock with carefully built harmonies and indie shimmer. The band formed in 2016 with Lencioni, her fiancee Drew Broussard (lead guitar), and longtime musical collaborator and friend Zachary Joy Smith (bass). Drummer Brian Paul joined the group in 2017 and the quartet quickly developed an energetic sound, equal parts sweetness and grit. Sweethearts onstage and off, Evelyn delivers a live show brimming with energy and affection. They believe in feelings, and they believe in rock and roll. Evelyn’s second EP, Slowly, was released in April 2018. Lyrical, sonically rich, and at times playful, Slowly is an inquiry into desire, emotional disorientation, and self-acceptance.
Youth Moose is a band made up of three humans. They are all Staten Islanders. They are not in any way affiliated with moose or moose culture. They do not hunt moose. Instead, they are three wild spirits that love to make music. Some people say that Youth Moose sounds like the B52's, other people say that they make children's music for adults. You decide for yourself.