JR JR / Brothertiger: Indie Pop Meets Synth

—by , November 3, 2015

Webster Hall in NYC will host two great bands, JR JR and Brothertiger, on Nov. 4. JR JR, a Detroit-based indie-pop duo formerly known as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., released their third album, JR JR, via Warner Bros. Records in 2015, and all songs were written and composed by band members Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott. “Gone,” a single off this album, has an interesting, almost eerie music video, which just adds to the already enjoyable experience of listening to this refreshing band. The duo creates an ambiance that’s unforgettable; it seems to transport you to a stress-free realm of talent. Brothertiger’s John Jagos began producing music with the unique name in 2009. Their musical influences are modern electronic with some ’80s new wave inspiration as well. Their new album, Out Of Touch, will be released in December. The album’s self-titled track is dreamlike synth with repetitive electronic beats to accompany the sweet vocals. The bands will also perform on Nov. 3 in Philly at Union Transfer.


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