A guitar and game boy is all this singer needs to put on this show
PulsewaveLaunchPad (721 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238) Map it $10
Thaw it out with us this month as we welcome an entire line-up of Pulsewave debuts!
Doors 8:00pm / Open mic 8:30
Sam Mulligan plays funny rock songs about life, love, death, and sasquatch. Armed with only a guitar, his voice, and a gameboy, Sam's tunes are guaranteed to make you giggle and wiggle. "Sounds like 1992-era Weezer, fronted by the baby of The Presidents of the USA and Les Claypool."
-Carl Peczynski http://sammulligan.bandcamp.com/
Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Arcade High has been composing 80’s inspired synthwave music for nearly two years. While taking inspiration from both 80’s movies and music, along with early 90’s video game culture, Arcade High composes love letters to the innocence experienced during those times. His style incorporates poppy Synthwave sounds along with chip-tune influences to create a unique nostalgic experience. http://arcadehigh.bandcamp.com/
Christian Calhoun is 17 years of age and comes from Ohio, and he’s been writing chip music since 2011. He usually composes music on two Gameboys but he’s also been known to utilize things that are not gameboys. His music is sometimes aggressive, sometimes calm, often danceable, and always emotional. He doesn’t have influences, only influence. He kills without mercy and leaves no trace. He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the father. He is powerful, courageous, and wise. He is all. What he sees, he knows and all that is known is seen by him. He is messiah, creator, savior, and ruler. He is all of us, at once now and forever. He is Cooshinator. http://cooshinator.bandcamp.com/
Visuals by Miles Joyner
Miles Joyner is a visual artist hailing from New Jersey who makes glitch art with video compression and errors in common computer programs. His style is chaotic, bit-crushed, and delirious, using everyday imagery and found footage in abrasive abstract ways to trick you into seeing something that isn't there. http://cooleyoutofcontext.tumblr.com/
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