Today's Menu (10/8/2008)



Autopassion Recent N.C. émigrés, this quintet now calls Brooklyn home (what up-and-coming band doesn’t?) and that would seem to fit their aesthetic: melodic pop rock with elements of the Strokes, Interpol, and the Walkmen clearly discernible. This year’s Sit Back and Make a Difference managed to be more fun than fluff, and points toward a promising future — so long as they can figure a way how to stand out from the wild roving packs of indie bands clogging the borough’s streets. With Brother Reade and promising local Matthew Paul Butler. Snug Harbor (John Schacht)

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