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Great Woods kick off 2018 with show at Elsewhere on 01.07

Eric Ryrie of Great Woods has had a busy year, having recorded and mixed his latest EP Strange Lives and playing shows to support it. He won't slow down going into 2018, as he and the rest of the band will play the eclectic Zone One room at Elsewhere in Brooklyn on January 7th. They'll play plenty from Strange Lives, a record that blends the soulful pop songwriting of Peter Gabriel with a sound that's borderline emo. Check out single "Married to the Tide", streaming below. - Will Sisskind

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Quality Emo-ish band from Brooklyn: Great Woods, live at Muchmore's on 10.12

Female vocals are rarely associated with the Emo genre, but things seem to be a-changing (maybe that's one of the reasons why Emo-influenced music is slowly becoming more interesting to our ears). On the footstep of bands like Tigers Jaw and Candy Hearts, Brooklyn's 5-piece melodic punk outfit Great Woods have recently released their sophomore EP titled 'Demo,' which portrays a young band with a lot of potential. Although the band's dueling co-vocals may be the highlight, the songs' structure and songwriting is nothing to disregard. Emo is certainly not the only genre referenced: we hear Elvis Costello's elegant melodies in "Straight as and Arrow," while "The Hammer" is a ballad that indulges in spacious, almost ambient atmopshpeheres. Great Woods will play a show at Muchmore's on October 12. -Michael Haskoor (@Tweetskoor) 

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best guitar rock songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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