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Gig Alert: Indian Rebound

Monday, July 18, 2011

Indian Rebound
"Sitges"

Playing Monday at The Rock Shop (249 4th Avenue, Park Slope)
Info: Tickets ($5) | Directions

Three high school friends — Ethan Levenson, John Kalle and Gianni de Falco — make up the New York indie-rock band Indian Rebound. The trio played its first gig at The Cake Shop last year, just a few months after they got together as a group.

Levenson, who is still in his teens and is the band's lyricist, songwriter and singer, attributes Indian Rebound’s surf garage rock sound to The Beach Boys, The Kinks and Alex Turner, who is the frontman for the UK rockers The Arctic Monkeys. He penned the band's first release, Indian Rebound EP, while Kalle produced it.

Download the track “Sitges,” named after a small town near Barcelona, Spain here, or check out a video of the band playing at Pianos a few months back on the Lower East Side of Manhattan below.

 

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