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The Values

Monte, Fern Mayo and The Values play Women That Rock Halloween show on 10.30 at BK Bazaar

Women That Rock is hosting its first-annual Halloween concert event Tuesday October 30th at beloved NY venue Brooklyn Bazaar, 150. This festival-style evening showcase will feature performances by six amazing femme-fronted artists, including Mrs. Smith, Ruby The Hatchet, Fern Mayo, MONTE, Clever Girls and The Values. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door.

In addition to the incredible artist lineup, guests will enjoy live Halloween tattoos, tarot readings, a Women That Rock Halloween photo booth experience and more spooky surprises! The evening will be MC’ed by popular Brooklyn-based artist Mima Good disguised as a surprise Halloween alter-ego. The event is being sponsored by Austin Eastciders, Fender & Guitar Center.

Women That Rock is a community of music curators and tastemakers dedicated to promoting and supporting the best up-and-coming women and gender-nonconforming artists. In addition to daily artist profiles and regular articles and promotion on their website, Women That Rock hosts 1-3 events a month in New York City, including a special NYC PRIDE event at Coney Island Baby in collaboration with Jess Jouise Dye (lead singer of popular Brooklyn band High Waisted), and a special summer showcase at Brooklyn Bazaar featuring GYMSHORTS, Sharkmuffin, MONTE, Lady Bits & Sister Munch, just to name a few of their previous events.

The Values offer tons of energy on "Imposter"

So many bands attempt to replicate the sound of the 80’s without understanding the nuance of what made music from that era great: it was loud, fun and not afraid to commit to those tenets. Luckily, bands like The Values prove they can capture synth-pop nostalgia and transform it into a 21st-century extravaganza. On single “Imposter,” fat, bubbling synths quickly build to an energetic peak that the track maintains through shimmering guitars and a distinct millennial message of feeling paranoid about one’s own genuineness. The track is almost effortless in its recreation of Madonna levels of glamour and bravado, yet "Imposter" exists in its own realm, a product of its time and place, and feels fresh beacuse of that. You can stream the duo’s new song below. –Tucker Pennington


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