The Fine Machines

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

The Fine Machines

Tyler Boudreaux, Borders, The Sometime Boys

Thu, October 11, 2012

7:00 pm

Ella Lounge

New York, NY


This event is 21 and over

The Fine Machines - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Fine Machines
"The Fine Machines is a musical group based around the intricately laced acoustic writings of lead singer Dan Piccoli. Beginning in early 2012, Nate Allen and Jim Joustra joined Piccoli to accentuate his songs with added arrangements and subtle timbres. Currently, The Fine Machines are making their rounds in NYC and Brooklyn singer-songwriter circles and venues."
Tyler Boudreaux - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Tyler Boudreaux
19-year old singer/songwriter/pianist Tyler Boudreaux has little to no restraints when it comes to composition and performance. A singer with natural inherent talent for piano, Tyler delivers a performance both high-energy and subdued; often citing influence from and being compared to Stevie Wonder and Chris Martin of Coldplay. Tyler engages his listeners by presenting strong pop/rock melody lines, and hooks that convey melodrama in which the audience can feel. What began as an interest for learning songs by ear, at 14 Tyler was receiving classical piano training and performing original composition for small hometown audiences. Fast forward five years, and Tyler has moved to pursue music full-time in NYC; settling into a Harlem apartment towards summer 2012. The latest recordings from Tyler include a 4 song demo released exclusively via internet. Tyler is stating his presence as an emerging talent in New York, with music ranging from sleek R&B jams to power pop/rock ballads.
Borders - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Based in Barcelona, Borders make some kind of dream pop with a hint of rock, at times.
The songs started to take shape in early 2012, and will be part of an album that will be released later this year.
They have played a few gigs and festivals in Barcelona, and are now making their debut in NYC, where lead guitar/singer Vasco Batista will perform in a more acoustic format.
The Sometime Boys - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
The Sometime Boys
"The vocals are thoughtful and remembering and a little bit melancholy, while the rest of the band is upbeat and rolling. It is the perfect symbiosis of emotion and melody that makes the listener feel like he or she is in a different time and place."

During the winter of 2010, while their rock project System Noise was on temporary hiatus, singer Sarah Mucho and guitarist Kurt Leege decided to develop some folk oriented material that had accumulated over the years. After playing several very well received shows, they decided an album was in order and formed The Sometime Boys, which now also consists of tremendous talents, Pete O'Connell on bass, Rebecca Weiner Tompkins on violin, Jay Cowit on drums/percussion and Erik James on piano/keyboard/accordion. Their debut album 'Any Day Now' features succinct songwriting and moods ranging from upbeat to ethereal, by blending bluegrass, country and pastoral folk into a unique brand of Americana.

"What a treat this is, all the way through: you’ll see this on our Best Albums of 2010 page..."

The much anticipated follow up, full-length album"Ice and Blood" is due May 31.
Venue Information:
Ella Lounge
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009