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Baby's Presents: Sub*t

w/ Earth Dad, natural born kissers

+ Doors @ 7:00pm

~+ Show @ 8:00pm

~~+ 21+


Sub*T is a band that was born in the mosh-pit. Tired of being in the crowd, Jade Alcantara and Grace Bennett taught themselves how to play guitar and started writing music together while on opposite ends of the country. Building songs through voice memos and text messages, they’ve crafted a sound that is both reminiscent of Liz Phair’s rambling and Veruca Salt’s fearlessness. The duo’s first single “Boxing Day” puts everything on the table, leaving nothing to the imagination.

Catharsis is the driving force behind their creative process. Sub*T is all about what is happening, what is hurting, and what is *cough, cough* SUBTerranean. In a fit of non-dude rock vengeance, the girls lunge forward with an attitude too big to fit into an Instagram post or Spotify stream. Despite their amateur status, Jade and Grace have created songs that will stick in your brain for weeks or even years.

“I think being a fan of music, and more importantly being a female fan of music, you understand what makes it all so magical. You know what feels safe, you know what feels explosive, you know what feels wrong, and you know what feels harmful. I think that a lot of times there’s a huge disconnect between artists and their fans. Whether or not you have a million people worshipping you and messaging you, that doesn’t mean you understand your fans. I’ve felt this truly deep understanding of what creates a community within music for so long and I think that’s what separates us even when writing songs. We imagine our music for other people, first and foremost,” says Jade Alcantara, lead vocalist and guitarist, who has been active in the live music community for years.

On the long-distance songwriting process, Grace Bennett, lead guitarist and vocalist, commented, “I honestly think that the distance lets us be more creative sometimes because when we have to do our parts of the songs we’re just by ourselves in our rooms. Not that I feel pressured, but there’s just more of a sense of nobody can hear me right now and nobody can listen and hate what I’m doing. I can just do whatever I want right now and record this in a machine that no one else has to hear if I don’t want anyone else to hear it. A lot of times, that just makes stuff that’s actually really good because you’re not afraid and you can just be yourself.”

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Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY, 11211

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Earth Dad / natural born kissers