Starlight Girls + Zula at Brillobox
Brooklyn-based Starlight Girls take us on a trip back in time to an era of free love, peace and harmony. Combining modern rock with the sounds of the past, the Starlight Girls broke onto the scene two years ago with their self-titled EP. The EP featured five tracks, which, more than any period, seemed to evoke the spirit of the 1960s. Featuring obscure lyrics, heavenly female duet harmonies and energetic instrumentation, their work includes the same kind of experimentation seen over 50 years ago.
Although they may have departed from the usual stream of pop, their music benefits from modern technology, which allows them to easily layer multiple instruments and pack the intensity of an orchestra into a four-person band. Their style has and will continue to strike those who like music that throws them back into another era.
The EP is a pure representation of who the Starlight Girls are: strange, colorful, and unbound from the norm. Check it out below.
More recently, the Starlight Girls issued a new 7-inch single. One of the two songs on the 7-inch, entitled “7×3,” shows the band moving deeper into electronic-based aesthetics while still keeping their rounded out vocals. Take a listen below.
Fans 21 and older can purchase tickets for $5 at the door. Doors open at 9:00PM.