Brooklyn queer wave band

Show with Hexbane and Lonesome Leash at Acheron

We are super excited to help welcome our recording engineer Don Godwin’s new band Hexbane into the world on January 12th. He’s also an accomplished musician and all-around good guy; we’re also fond of his bandmates and their respective musical abilities. As a bonus, Lonesome Leash is also playing– the insane one-man-band project from Walt McClemons, formerly the bandleader of Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship?, and he somehow manages to play drums, accordion, trumpet and sing at the same time. Must be seen to be believed.

From the organizers:

It’s finally time for the Jam Pony to be released Ya’ll! That’s right: Hexbane!
The moonlit rockers, Kate Ryan, Caroline Paquita, Don Godwin and J.R. Hankins, are ready to reveal their inner workings. Who’d have dreamt this? Kate on drums, Caroline on bass, Don on guitar, J.R. on flugelhorn. Punk Band! Hexbane is here! And they’ll be playing with Lonesome Leash and Gay Panic!
First, Hexbane will invite the moon brains at 8:30 sharp, the witching hour.
Then Walter will release the birds of his one man music box, Lonesome Leash.
Then Gay Panic will bring us on home in the dance freakout of our dreams
All this the Eve of Thursday, January 12th, the Vernal Equinox
The doors will open at 8pm at
The Acheron (57 Waterbury St, Brooklyn)
$7
21 & over
Please come and welcome Hexbane to the night!

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