Baker St to Release EP at The Delancey on January 20th
New York, NY—Baker St, the power-pop indie rock band, will be releasing their new EP, Irregulars, at The Delancey on Friday, January 20th. The young band will promote their album, which captures their growth as musicians and the ability of singer/songwriter Michelle Hutt ability to embrace several genres, and transforming them to forge Baker St’s unique voice. Irregulars is a glowing example of what independent musicians can do entirely with their own resources. The EP is entirely self-produced from jury rigging a studio in a suburban attic to tirelessly editing tracks.
Baker St will take the stage at 9pm, supported by Dead Rocking Horse(opening), Relative Souls, Toys in the Basement and Twenty30. DJ DA3DALUS will spin electronic dance music for the remainder of the evening. The event is presented by Turnstyle Music Group. For more details, see the event page on the Turnstyle Music Group website.
Baker St is a four-member indie rock band based in New York City. Their sound is an enthusiastic blend of garage rock with the informed pop melodies of 90s rock. They play regularly at the Knitting Factory-Brooklyn, The Sidewalk Café, Arlene’s Grocery, The National Underground, Fat Baby, and Tammany Hall, and have been reviewed by Gigape, NYC You Are Here, and the BWOG (see “Sangriento Fidel Castro” written and performed by Baker St). This is their fourth EP, following Hook Up Wake Up Break Up, Baker St Destroys the Internet, and Live at the Sidewalk Café 11/4/10.
“[Baker St] is one part Indie Rock, one part 90s Rock, and the rest Singer Songwriter. The slow/fast pop songs are so much like the music of our high school years.”-NYC You Are Here