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Hotel Iris, First President of Japan, NephewCube, Brian Kish's Lounge Pants
Knitting Factory at Baker Falls
101 Avenue A - New York, NY 10009
Wed May 15 8:30 pm (Doors: 8:00 pm)
21 and up
$15.00 Tickets


Hotel Iris

Originally a COVID bedroom project, Hotel Iris blends journalistic observations about trust, love and the gig economy with muscular grooves and hard candy guitars. Pulling from classic indie, punk, and power-pop, H.I. creates an open nerve sound made for sing-along anthems and dancing badly by yourself.


NephewCube is a NYC based 4-piece band that plays "StumbleFunk," a blend of prog rock, neo-soul, balkan brass, psychedelic influences. The rhythms are wonky and warped, yet precise. Their songs take inspiration from things such as 2000’s kid toys, modern constructs of time, tuning the guitar, and teenage robot angst.

Brian Kish's Lounge Pants

Brian Kish’s Lounge Pants are a cosmic entity, created in a knitting factory of sorts, who’s songs of lust, loss and lysol have transfixed audiences since the mid-2010s. Brian (guitar/vox), Rick (bass) and Jake (drums) are the best suited to transpose the trews musings. The music is equal parts punk, post-punk and post-post as it is shimmery, shoegaze-y, singer-songwriter-y, something else beginning with “s.” With one album, one EP and two singles behind them, there is a bright future ahead and accordingly we ask that you listen to your pants.