Biet and Black
Queens, NY

Thursday Aug 1, 2013
$13 online or at the door
The Waterfront Museum aboard the 914 Lehigh Valley Barge #79
In the Water
Red Hook
290 Conover Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11231
Take the B61 Bus to Conover

7:30PMDoors Open
8:00PMLive Music by Biet and Black
8:30PMFilm Begins
10:30PM- 12:00AMAfter Party at Brooklyn Crab (24 Reed Street) courtesy of Red Stripe & Tito's Vodka
No refunds. In the event of rain, show will proceed. Please visit for any rain details. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.


This Show Presented in Partnership With
Red Stripe Lager
Tito's Vodka
Brooklyn Crab

Biet and Black (Queens, NY)

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Queens native and singer-songwriter Biet is that enviable girl who’s got it all— the depth of a spiritual warrior and the air of a cosmopolitan woman with a Balenciaga bag slung over her shoulder. She uses music as a vehicle for her soul to communicate to the world and is inspired by magic and fairy tales. Now composing under the name Biet & Black with producer Jacob Plasse, Biet has preserved the heartbreak beat that captivated many ears when she sang for Noodle and World War. Her voice is vulnerable in a way that both soothes and moves the listener, creating an intimacy with its raw and unrestricted sound. Her vocals are accompanied by guitar-fused synthetic beats that quicken and slow along with the mood of the song. A true romantic, her lyrics have a serious approach to love that, like she describes herself, is strangely calm and most definitely worth a listen. - Maria Eilersen

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