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Every Sun   9 Edu
EDU (ee-doo) is the moniker of andrew horowitz. he released "sketches" on cassette tape in march of 2012. since then he's been developing a new batch of tunes. he's also a member of tally hall and a producer/writer, most recently working on john legend's new album. (http://adhorowi.bandcamp.com/)
Every Wed   10 Ourguys
OurGuys is the new project from Greg Donahue with the generous help of a rotating cast of musicians and old friends. Sometimes acoustic, often electric, an OurGuys shows walks an imagined fine line between Nebraska-era Springsteen and My Aim is True. Releasing a new EP this fall, Greg will be joined each week by special guests.
       
       
TUE 10/1
  8 The Dream Show
    10 Noam Hassenfeld
Noam Hassenfeld performs songs off his recently released EP, Stop All the Clocks, with Hanna Choi on violin and Róisín Duffy-Gideon on supporting vocals. Noam is a guitarist, drummer, and beat boxer whose roots-inspired folk rock is influenced by The Mountain Goats, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Dodos, and Steve Reich.
    11 Brian Bishop
       
WED 10/2
  7:30 Quizz-Off
    10 Ourguys
OurGuys is the new project from Greg Donahue with the generous help of a rotating cast of musicians and old friends. Sometimes acoustic, often electric, an OurGuys shows walks an imagined fine line between Nebraska-era Springsteen and My Aim is True. Releasing a new EP this fall, Greg will be joined each week by special guests.
    11 Mishti Vishti
Born under the silver glow of the seventh full moon of 2013 AD, Mishti Vishti was the child described in the scriptures- the one true heir- The Illuminati Prophetess. Her destiny could not be denied. She was meant to lead the people out of shadow of the impending apocalypse and unflinchingly into the crystalline embrace of The New Era.
     
THU 10/3
  7:30 'Classical at Pete's' welcomes Elissa Cassini
9 Champu
Champu is a band from Sao Paulo Brazil and Brooklyn NY that plays alt-tuned tropical Brookzilian smallrock. Its their first time playing together in new york city.
10 Crooked Tails
Crooked Tails was formed in NYC in early 2013 by Jeff and Shana. The pair met one freezing night at 3 am on Ave A, where Jeff noticed Shana drunkenly walking down the street singing acapella George Jones songs. He quickly persuaded her to join his then non-existent band. The two would later recruit Ricardo, John, and Alex whom they met at a hot sauce eating competition that summer, to complete the lineup. Drawing influence from older artists like Johnny Cash, Leadbelly, Patsy Cline, to current acts like Deer Tick and Shakey Graves; Crooked Tails unleash a unique style of alt-country mixed with a side of the blues. The quintet aims for world domination one dive bar at a time.
    11 Green Gallows
New York cities newest folk indie rock band. Straight from the straights of Spokane, Nashville. We will rock you're argyle socks off. Bring some whiskey cause were gonna need a shot.
       
FRI 10/4
  7 Pete's Multifarious Array
    9 Jann Klose
Born in Germany, raised in Kenya, South Africa, and Germany, Jann Klose first came to the States as an exchange student in Cleveland. Now based in New York City, his new album is called MOSAIC.
    10 TBA
    11 MNOP
M.N.O.P. (May No One Perish) is a one-piece and occasionally two-piece band run by Amelia Hazen, and joined occasionally by a few friends. Her music draws heavily from the folk-punk but is also influenced by regular folk and indie styles. She has released two albums of fully original material, and one concept album based on the poems of Sylvia Plath. She is playing at Pete's in anticipation of another album release later this fall.
       
SAT 10/5   4 TBA
    5 TBA
    6 TBA
    6:30 Pete's Mini Zine Fest Storytelling Night
    8 Don Paris Schlotman (from The Sky Captains of Industry)
I am the bass player and one of the writers/singers for The Sky Captains of Industry. I sing songs about space, love, and monsters, and it's like a trainwreck full of clowns: both funny and sad.
    9 Rue Snider
    10 Mississippi Cotten
Mississippi Cotten, in this moment, is nothing fancy..... just a chance to share music and ideas in their raw stages. Accompanied by a guitar named Stella and a handful of harmonicas, former Xylofaux frontman, Kyle Tigges, embarks on a less-is-more approach to Music and Life.
11 Merit Badge
       
SUN 10/6
  4 Revolution Church
    5-8 Open Mic
    9 Edu
EDU (ee-doo) is the moniker of andrew horowitz. he released "sketches" on cassette tape in march of 2012. since then he's been developing a new batch of tunes. he's also a member of tally hall and a producer/writer, most recently working on john legend's new album. (http://adhorowi.bandcamp.com/)
    10 The Magnetic Ghosts
The Magnetic Ghosts are a four piece band primarily from Farmingville, New York, consisting of George Simpson, Dylan Carey, Chris Zec, and Rich Michelson. With a large arsenal of original music The Magnetic Ghosts focus on a singer/songwriter style with melodic harmonies and folk-rock guitar work.
    11 TBA
       
MON 10/7
  7:30 Spelling Bee
    9:30 The Claudettes
Gonzo blues-jazz-soul with punk energy from Chicago, all performed on piano and drums.
10:30 Brother Paul in Concert!
Brother Paul is the sometime moniker for singer songwriter Paul Rosevear. Paul was born and raised in North Brunswick, a suburb off of Route 1 in New Jersey. He founded power pop bands The Blakes and Readymade Breakup and released a solo EP of folk/pop songs in 2010 called Broken Nosed Poetry. He is currently writing material for a new release.
       
TUE 10/8
  8 David Yontz
Swinging, satirical piano songs promising all the rush of a coke high at a fraction of the price!
  9 Deadbeat
10 Song Sparrow Research
Song Sparrow Research incorporates elements of rock, jazz, classical, folk, and experimental with guitar, cello, electric bass, glockenspiel, synth, percussion and assorted instrumentation.
    11 Cannon and deVaron
       
WED 10/9
  7:30 Quizz-Off
    10 Ourguys
OurGuys is the new project from Greg Donahue with the generous help of a rotating cast of musicians and old friends. Sometimes acoustic, often electric, an OurGuys shows walks an imagined fine line between Nebraska-era Springsteen and My Aim is True. Releasing a new EP this fall, Greg will be joined each week by special guests.
    11 Ryan Ferreira
     
THU 10/10
  7:30 Pete's Reading Series
9 Avi Fox-Rosen
  10 The Hunting Party
    11 Victoria Reed
       
FRI 10/11
  7 Pete's Multifarious Array
    9 Elijah and The Moon
    10 Chris Parrello
    11 Oh! My Blackbird
       
SAT 10/12   4 Auditions for New York Public Radio's Battle of the
Boroughs

Compete for the chance to perform on NYPR's stage in front of music industry execs and win prizes that include a pro recording session, photo shoot, and produced music video.
    8 Gardner Sheppard Duo
Gardner/Sheppard duo is the acoustic/electric guitar project of Drew Gardner and Jesse Sheppard. The duo combines Sheppard's American Primitive-style acoustic finger picking with Gardner's extended improvisational and textural electric playing.
    9 Adam Bernstein
Adam Bernstein w/ Paul Carbonara & Leon Gruenbaum
10 yellowbirddd
“This Brooklyn-by-way-of-Boston lone wolf plays frail and beautiful with profound melancholy.” - Rochester NY City Newspaper
11 Koren Ansembel
       
SUN 10/13
  4 Revolution Church
    5-8 Open Mic
    9 Edu
EDU (ee-doo) is the moniker of andrew horowitz. he released "sketches" on cassette tape in march of 2012. since then he's been developing a new batch of tunes. he's also a member of tally hall and a producer/writer, most recently working on john legend's new album. (http://adhorowi.bandcamp.com/)
    10 Out of Sight of Land
Out of Sight of Land is the musical project of Damon Hankoff, a multifarious sideman and fledgling songwriter. Mr. Hankoff is a New Yorker by birth and by youth and is currently based out of Montreal. But actually most of the songs in question were written during a long sojourn in the Near East and subsequently honed in the cacophonic corridors of the NYC subway system. Among the topics Out of Sight of Land addresses are longing, the end of the world, and the salt, salt, sea. Musical influences include ancient masters (Palestrina, Gesualdo) and the New Weird America. Out of Sight of Land is on tour this October, after releasing a first album in June.
    11 Oak and Spire
Led by Kim Anderson and featuring members of Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, Land of Leland, and others, Oak and Spire, formed in late 2012, plays original songs that fall somewhere between folk and chamber music. Featuring an elastic combination of piano, viola, guitar, bass and drums, Oak and Spire is made up of conservatory trained musicians playing haunting songs that appear simple yet feature evocative harmonies.
       
MON 10/14
  7 Reading
Celebrate three writers who collectively span 30 years of life and writing in Williamsburg: Mike DeCapite (SparkleStreet.com), whose cult-classic novel Through the Windshield drew raves and who recently published the chapbook Creamsicle Blue and the prose collection Radiant Fog; Bradley Spinelli (KillingWilliamsburg.com), who just published his debut novel Killing Williamsburg.; and Jacob Tomsky (JacobTomsky.com), author of the New York Times bestseller hotel memoir Heads in Beds and founder of Short Story Thursdays.
  8:30 Secret Guest
9 Out of Sight of Land
9:30 David B. Greenberg
10 Charlotte Cornfield
Charlotte Cornfield has a way of blending lyricism reminiscent of Joni Mitchell with the energy of New York rock-and-roll. Here’s a show that’s sure to leave an impact
    11 Adam Finchler
       
TUE 10/15
  7-12 CMJ MUSIC FESTIVAL
    7 Bird To Prey
    8 Mara O'Connor
    9 OK Sweetheart
    10 Adam Faucett
    11 Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers
       
WED 10/16   7:30 Quizz-Off
    10-12 CMJ MUSIC FESTIVAL
    10 OurGuys
    11 Setting Sun
     
THU 10/17   4:30-8 Riot Act Media CMJ Showcase 2013
    5 Norwegian Arms
    5:40 Spaceships
    6:20 Shelby Earl
    7 Jay Arner
    7:40 Torres
    9-12 Team Love Showcase
    9 MiWi La Lupa
MiWi's solo debut as a song writer, "New Way Home" is out on Team Love on early 2014. MiWi is the trumpet player for Red Baraat and has performed with Les McCann, Antibalas, Bat for Lashes and many more.
    9:45 Andrea Tomasi
Andrea's debut album, "Hurricane Dream" was recorded outside in the Shaweangunk Range in upstate NY. She's a folk artist of immense talent and a resent transplant to Brooklyn from Vermont.
    10:30 Peter and Heather Woods Broderick
In 2013 Team Love released "Broderick & Broderick" a collaborative effort by Peter Broderick and his father Stephen. For tonight's show, Peter will be joined by his sister Heather. They will be performing songs together from their various musical releases.
    11:15 Last Good Tooth
Last Good Tooth are from Providence RI. Death and Taxes called them "really fucking good." Their debut album, Not Without Work and Rest, was released on Team Love in the summer of 2013.
   
FRI 10/18   7-12 CMJ MUSIC FESTIVAL
    7 Walking Man
    8 Stillwater Giants
    9 Har-Di-Har
    10 Gabe Kubanda
    11 Gossling
       
SAT 10/19   4 - 12 CMJ MUSIC FESTIVAL
    4 TBA
    5 TBA
    6 TBA
    8 Project Film
    9 Ginger and the Ghost
    10 Luray
    11 SJ
       
SUN 10/20
  4 Revolution Church
    5-8 Open Mic
    9-12 CMJ - STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS
     
MON 10/21
  8 Clara Berry and Wooldog
New Hampshire duo Clara Berry & Wooldog weave a delicate balance of featherlike vocals and precise punctuation that Portland Magazine calls "sparkling and dark, intriguing and entrancing". Their album The Magician's Wife is out October 15th.
    9 Wes Swing
Wes Swing is a cellist, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Virginia. His music is best characterized as alt-cello-folk and has been described as Radiohead mixed with classical and "a rich and lilting soundscape”.
    10 Will Stratton
Will Stratton is an American songwriter, guitarist, and arranger. His music has been featured on NPR, WNYC, WFMU, and other radio stations and publications. He is currently working on his fifth album.
    11 Tiny Ruins
       
TUE 10/22
  8 Dylan Charles
  9 Two Visions
Two Visions is an Indie rock duo from AZ. Blending accordion, piano, and drums to create songs of music.
    10 Merrily and The Poison Orchard
In a departure from the norm, Merrily and the Poison Orchard will be bringing a largely acoustic set to Pete's this time. Come for a different feel, as new songs are undertaken, and alternative arrangements abound. Still the heartfelt folk, rock, and country vibe with a real inward glance at songwriting. We hope all enjoy, including us!
    11 Morgan Manifacier
Coming from the small-town brushes of southern France, 23-year-old Morgan Manifacier is a singer-songwriter currently based in NYC. He combines traditional folk structures and experimental sounds creating a unique music experience in his new album "Hues and Calm", which will be released in the Fall 2013.
       
WED 10/23
  7:30 Quizz-Off
    10 Ourguys
OurGuys is the new project from Greg Donahue with the generous help of a rotating cast of musicians and old friends. Sometimes acoustic, often electric, an OurGuys shows walks an imagined fine line between Nebraska-era Springsteen and My Aim is True. Releasing a new EP this fall, Greg will be joined each week by special guests.
11 James The Giant
   
THU 10/24
  7:30 Pete's Reading Series
  9 Riley Fields
10 Wendy Hackett Band
Original rock and roll, alt country.
11 Eva Rubin
Indie Folk with thoughtful and organic arrangements.
 
FRI 10/25
  7 Pete's Multifarious Array
  9 Josh Elkes
Josh Elkes is a twenty-two year old singer/songwriter from NYC. His live performances feature Clifford Carter on piano, and Joe Bonadio on drums/percussion.
    10 Noam Hassenfeld
Noam Hassenfeld performs songs off his recently released EP, Stop All the Clocks, with Hanna Choi on violin and Róisín Duffy-Gideon on supporting vocals. Noam is a guitarist, drummer, and beat boxer whose roots-inspired folk rock is influenced by The Mountain Goats, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Dodos, and Steve Reich.
    11 Tatters and Rags
High-energy honky-tonk to ring in the weekend. Always fun, always boozy, an eclectic band that weaves in elements of post-punk and drone with more traditional sounds like old-school country and sea shanties.
     
SAT 10/26
  4 Brian Kerr
    5 Erik Gundel
    6 Julian Lage
A program of solo acoustic guitar music ranging from free improvisation to traditional folk tunes as well as original composition.
    8 Julian Cubillos
Los Angeles transplant and songwriter Julian Cubillos in his first one man, one guitar performance as a resident of NYC.
  9 Catfox
SORCERING HI-LITERATURE NU-CARNY SONG
10 Great State
Great State is a six-piece Indie Folk band based in Brooklyn, New York. Led by singer-songwriter Levon Henry, of Los Angeles, the music is a mess of jangling wires, tumbling drums, and ambient soundscapes; peering at the mysticism of old American music from a decidedly suburban perspective.
  11 Yoni Gordon Orchestra
Yoni Gordon Orchestra is proud to present to you the Yoni Gordon Orchestra Four Seasons Suite. Once, each season, starting Fall of 2013, Yoni Gordon and his eight piece orchestra will be tailoring a show to match the mood of the time of year. For Fall 2013, the YGO is ditching all their amps and electric instruments and are presenting an acoustic, dusty, haunted, campfire sing along. The theme for their fall performance is "Old, Weird, America," and they are going to be digging out some gems from Yoni's ten year long, and still going strong catalog. Don't be surprised if they bust out some songs from their latest release, THE HARD WAY, out now on vinyl, CD and digital download.
       
SUN 10/27
  4 Revolution Church
  5-8 Open Mic
  8:30 Edu
EDU (ee-doo) is the moniker of andrew horowitz. he released "sketches" on cassette tape in march of 2012. since then he's been developing a new batch of tunes. he's also a member of tally hall and a producer/writer, most recently working on john legend's new album. (http://adhorowi.bandcamp.com/)
    9:30 Josie, Dear
    10:15 Drew Victor
Best laugh in Time Out NY four years in a row.
    11 Grand Hallway (Tomo Nakayama solo)
Acclaimed singer/songwriter of Seattle chamber folk band Grand Hallway performing songs old and new, as well as their new 7", featuring the single "Horses" from the Lynn Shelton film "Touchy Feely."
       
MON 10/28
  8 Anthonie Tonnon
Lit rock songwriter from Dunedin, New Zealand.
    9 John Kengla
10 Prairie Empire
11 Paul Bergmann
"Paul Bergmann is a folk singer living in Los Angeles. He is originally from rural Massachusetts. He normally plays with his backing band The Fair Moans, and is developing a cultish following in Echo Park. 'I can't help but hear something dark and sinister in this kind of singing; likewise, I can't help but hear something down-home and comforting in these chords.' -Ear Infection Music"
 
TUE 10/29
  8 The Sun Parade
    9 Sara Rachele
  10 Linda Draper
Linda Draper has been described as a folk, antifolk or indie-pop artist. After one listen to her charming (and deceptively addictive) songs, the listener can understand how Draper's music transcends categorization. Draper's CD releases have garnered praise from critics and fans worldwide. Drawing such comparisons to songwriting luminaries such as Aimee Mann, Suzanne Vega, Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell, Draper has still managed to carve out a sound that is all her own.
    11 Setting Sun
Driving rhythms, acoustic guitar lines, graceful string orchestrations, and Levitt's hushed, earnest vocals are why Setting Sun's songwriting, arrangements and lyrics were called "dramatic and poignant" by NPR. Pop Matters wrote that “Setting Sun create an Arcade Fire urgency, creating sweeping orchestrations, driving rhythms. delicate, hushed vocals and well-crafted pop songs". The sound is usually centered around the song, with poppy hooks and choruses, while mixing synth experimentalism in with its folky, string-band feel.
       
WED 10/30   7:30 Quizz-Off
10 Ourguys
OurGuys is the new project from Greg Donahue with the generous help of a rotating cast of musicians and old friends. Sometimes acoustic, often electric, an OurGuys shows walks an imagined fine line between Nebraska-era Springsteen and My Aim is True. Releasing a new EP this fall, Greg will be joined each week by special guests.
11 TBA
 
THU 10/31 9 TBA
10 Lizzie and The Makers
11 Bridget Davis and The Viking Kings
 
 
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