Braids
Montreal

Friday May 28, 2010
$10 online or at the door
VENUE
The roof of New Design High School (formerly Open Road)
Lower East Side
350 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002
F, J, M, Z to Delancey Street-Essex Street; B, D, Q to Grand Street

SHOW
8:00Doors Open
8:30Live Music
9:00Films begin
11:30After Party with free drinks at Fontana's (105 Eldridge St.)
In the event of rain, the screening will be held indoors at the same location.

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This Show Presented in Partnership With
IFC
New York Magazine
Two Boots Pizza
Vitamin Water / smartwater

Free drinks at the after party!

Braids (Montreal)

Official Link: http://braidsbraidsbraids.blogspot.com/

Braids on MySpace

From La Blogotheque:
Braids was born while buying a blueberry muffin in the school cafeteria during break. "We should start a band", Austin said to Raphie. "Yes, that would be cool", Said Raphie to Austin. Katie and Taylor were already members. That was their last year of High School.

The band took awhile off after school - playing every day in the garage. The next year they moved together to Montreal, as graceful as a flock of migrating birds, finding themselves in a bitter cold Eastern winter. This time they practiced in a ware house with Metal bands and cigarettes, they took the metro, they stayed up late, they were happy.

They lived together for the spring and listened to records at night. Now the girls live together and the boys live together. They're recording a record at Taylor and Austin's house, soon they'll have their own.

Braids is a band of best friends making experimental indie pop. They have a lot of fun doing it and even got to make a video with Vincent Moon and Nora in the train yard. What a beautiful sky that day.

Right click HERE to download their awesome song Lemonade


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