“Crime Engine Failure” by Parlor Walls
BTR Live Studio | ep581 | Feb 7, 2017
Parlor Walls is the Brooklyn-based trio of Alyse Lamb, Chris Mulligan, and Kate Mohanty. Lamb and Mohanty honed their blend of noise guitar and sax in the band EULA, perfecting their dramatic, modern take on post-punk. The band has been very active since their 2014 inception and, with their upcoming Northern Spy debut, things are set to take off even more. They dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to bring the noise to our live room for this session!

Opposites by Parlor Walls will be release March 10th by Northern Spy Records.

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