Panache Booking Showcase will perform at the Knitting Factory Brooklyn tonight, June 16th at 9 p.m featuring Grass Widow, Turbo Fruits, and The Black Belles.
Grass Widow, a post-punk band from San Francisco, will perform at the Knitting Factory Brooklyn for a night of musical adventures. Formed in 2007, the band has toured the US, along with China, the
UK, and Europe; beginning their second US tour in June to promote their new album Internal Logic, their third release under their own record label, HLR.
Turbo Fruits, a rock n’ roll quartet from Nashville, Tennessee, have recently released their third album on their own record label, Turbo Time Records. Titled Butter, this album is a product of all their stories while on the road, recorded in 8 days while working closely with Jim Eno from Spoon. They’re a rambunctious quartet that mixes together the sound of punk, surf and power-pop into an energetic musical rock band.
Currently on their UK tour The Black Belles, a relatively new all-girl “garage goth” rock band, will be
returning to the US to continue their tour for their new self-titled debut album. The Black Belles were discovered by Jack White of the White Stripes in 2011 and signed to his label, Third Man Records. They have also been featured on the Steven Colbert show. They are a high energy, interesting act that keep their fans on their feet all night.
Other opening acts for the night include, Gary War, Gap Dream, and Snack Machine.
Tickets are available online here for $12-$14.