Brothers Past @ Brooklyn Bowl, 2/25/10: Setlist, Photos, Video

Brothers Past 2/25/10 @ Brooklyn Bowl

Brothers Past stopped through Brooklyn Bowl last night in near-blizzard conditions for a solid show featuring some of their newer material and a lot of dancey electronic improv. I actually got a chance to chat with guitarist Tom Hamilton and bassist Clay Parnell before the show, so I’ll have more on that soon. For now, here’s a quick wrap-up of the show with setlist, photos and a video clip of their newer tune “Who’s Gonna Love me Now.”

Setlist:
Brothers Past
Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY
Feb 25, 2010
(Jounce opened the show)

Set I:
State Police >
Charity Starts at Home
Who’s Gonna Love Me Now
Heroes >
The Mirror >
Celebrity

Set II:
Bitches & Candy
Year of the Horse >
Getaway Somehow >
Year of the Horse
Simple Gift of Man

Photos:

Full Flickr Photo Set

Video:

Brothers Past – 2.25.10 – “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” (clip) [YouTube]

WHITperson -- aka Marc Whitman or simply "Whit" -- is a long-time LMB contributor known for his in-depth posting style and his knack for crafting interesting podcasts. Whit currently resides in Brooklyn, where he's building up his web development chops and hoping to put his technical skills towards something interesting in the music world. Follow his updates over at whitperson.com and on twitter @whitperson.
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    congrats witperson for making it through the harsh weather to get these awesome photos. its great there’s a new place in NY to get hetty bands to play (pardon me saying hetty but it’s true). Way to capture the color in your photo’s those LED lights are pretty cool.

    • whitperson

      thanks man. It was definitely a long, wet & cold walk between the Bowl and the G Train, but well worth it for such a great night.

      I’m a total newb with this camera, but I think I got a few decent shots. Those LEDs are def. fun; they sort look like snowflakes.

  • http://www.myspace.com/unionstreetstringband alexb

    congrats witperson for making it through the harsh weather to get these awesome photos. its great there’s a new place in NY to get hetty bands to play (pardon me saying hetty but it’s true). Way to capture the color in your photo’s those LED lights are pretty cool.

    • whitperson

      thanks man. It was definitely a long, wet & cold walk between the Bowl and the G Train, but well worth it for such a great night.

      I’m a total newb with this camera, but I think I got a few decent shots. Those LEDs are def. fun; they sort look like snowflakes.

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