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See Echotone @ Otto’s Shrunken Head!

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 by

Otto’s Shrunken Head is a new interpretation of the Tiki Bar, mixing traditional Tiki decor and potent rum based concoctions with live bands and DJs resulting in NYC’s premier Rock-n-Roll Tiki joint. Otto’s will be screening an IndiePix film every first Wednesday of the month, and this month’s indie-treat is the musically-inclined and aesthetically-pleasing Echotone!

Echotone is a cultural portrait of the modern American city examined through the lyrics and lens of its creative class.

There is rising star soul revivalist Black Joe Lewis selling out concert halls by night and delivering fish by day. There’s Cari Palazzolo of synth pop sensation Belaire, poised for commercial success, but conflicted over the thought of her music turning into a commodity. Then there is experimental troubadour Bill Baird, whose band Sound Team enjoyed a major label deal with Capitol Records and were subsequently dropped after one album. Interweaving the tales of these young artists to form a mosaic illustrating the universal struggle many contemporary fringe cultures are experiencing, Echotone is a modern parable on integrity set against the back drop of a global economic, political, and cultural paradigm shift.

Otto’s Shrunken Head is located in the East Village at 538 East 14th Street (New York, NY 10009), only one block from the 1st Avenue L Train stop between Avenue A and Avenue B. Come out and enjoy Echotone, tiki drinks, and IndiePixers!

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