This Saturday 1/28/12, Chris Carr presents the culmination of an awesome series of events. His 12 Days Of Art included open mics, photography showcases, live music and insane parties, and brought together people from all over the world in the name of open communication and having a good time. Broken Glow is proud to play the final night, a full on showcase of some of Brooklyn’s finest in music, art, and fashion. Don’t miss this Saturday 1/28/12, show starts at 9pm.
Check out this brand new review of the band’s latest release, “Watercolors.” Here’s hoping this reviewer is listening when Broken Glow finishes the new album, which is nearing completion at Treehouse Recording Studios as we speak…
Come out on Saturday 1/14/12 to Leviticus Studio at 525 Dekalb Ave in Brooklyn to see Broken Glow rock this rad Pratt art party. We’ll be playing alongside Setting Sun (http://settingsun.bandcamp.com/), a surreal, spacial pop act from our very own Brooklyn, NY. This is sure to be quite the event complete with interactive art exhibits, booze-fueled debauchery, and loud-ass guitars. Don’t miss this one, come at 10…
The boys in Broken Glow aren’t afraid of the world ending this year – in fact, they’re counting on good ol’ Mother Earth to keep on ticking long enough for rock music to make its return to glory! With a brand new full-length album almost in the can you can expect to see Marshall stacks rocking stages all across the Northeast behind Brenner, Garrett, Paul, and Andrew as they continue their conquest of the USA.
To start off the year, Broken Glow joined Facelift, Pet Virus, Small Axe, Blue Movie, Gauge and Consider The Source in an epic night of grunge rock tribute at The Gramercy Theater in Midtown Manhattan on Friday 1/6/12. Check out photos on the CMJ website, videos on the band’s YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/brokenglow), and additional press all across the internet as they continue to climb the ranks of today’s rock scene, and stay tuned for updates on coming shows, new video, album updates and upcoming singles. Horns up, kids!
After watching Broken Glow rock The Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia, PA this past December, John Pfeiffer reviews the band’s latest release “Watercolors” for The Aquarian. Note: the “prima donna” lead singer he refers to at the end of the article is from another band. We here at Broken Glow strongly advocate against primping, preening, and posturing of any kind, and are in strong support of beer-swigging, balls-out, don’t-give-a-fuck rock music. So go to brokenglow.bandcamp.com, get your free download of “Watercolors,” and judge for yourself whether or not Mr. Pfeiffer’s summation of the boys’ rock offering is apt.
The darling Ms. Ruth Nineke gets one of the first in-depth interviews with Broken Glow in their recording home, Treehouse Recording Studios in Greenpoint, BKNY. Topic of conversation ranges from the guys’ personal histories, strange tour mishaps, rusty trombones, and more. Check it kids, this is one for the ages!