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Gig Alerts: Free Energy

Friday, January 22, 2010

Free Energy
"Free Energy"
Playing at: Brooklyn Bowl
(61 Wythe Ave., Williamsburg)
Get: Tickets | Directions

If you've ever listened to classic rock on any commercial radio station (and we all have), the music of Free Energy will probably sound pretty familiar. Taking their musical cues from Tom Petty, Cheap Trick and Thin Lizzy, the Philly-based quintet plays the kind of rousing, hook-happy rock that's less indie and moody and more celebratory and anthemic. This track, a good-timey ode to youth and freedom, takes power pop back to its roots with rollicking guitar and confident vocals-- perfect for a suburban teenage house party when the parents are out of town.

Download Free Energy's self-titled EP at


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