Otis Mountain Get Down Presents
Stuyedeyed with Grease Face
Friday, November 8, 2019
18+ $10 ADV // $12 DOS
Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn band, Stuyedeyed [STĪ – died] are raw, riotous, direct, and they want you to join them for their first release in two years, their new EP: Moments of Terribleness.
Having grown up in a “New York-for-some” concrete jungle, Stuyedeyed’s songs are mused by their Latinx roots – and you can hear it with every yelp, scream, and pause coming out of singer/songwriter/guitarist Nelson Antonio Hernadez-Espinal, bassist Humberto Genão, drummer Luis Ruelas, and guitarist George Ramirez.
Moments of Terribleness, is an explosive excavation of self-identity and assimilation, and was lovingly crowdfunded thanks to their devout fanbase. This EP memorializes vanity in an era of individualism by deconstructing what’s considered “cool”.
Grease Face is a three-piece band that currently resides in Burlington, Vermont. The three gentleman became acquainted in elementary school in sunny Hinesburg, Vermont. Skipping class and honing their punk rock chops while developing a taste for loud noises in their parent’s garage. Grease Face has indefinitely characterized themselves as garage-punk-rock. With or without the hyphens. Grease Face is wild. Grease Face is GREASY.