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Loose Buttons play a sold-out show at The Dance in celebration of their debut album

To celebrate the release of their debut album, Something Better, Loose Buttons played a sold-out show at The Dance in NYC with support from Been Stellar and Stolen Jars.

As a follower of the band since late 2017, it has been amazing to see how much they have grown. The first time I saw Loose Buttons perform was at Alphaville, a small bar in Brooklyn. Since then, they’ve performed at various venues in the NYC area including, Mercury Lounge, Elsewhere Zone One, and Baby’s All Right. As New York natives, the band has developed a strong sense of community with other local DIY artists, and their presence within the NYC music scene and neighboring communities strengthen with every show they play.

Loose Buttons’ performance at The Dance was vibrant and full of passion. Despite the venue’s cap of 250, the space felt extremely crowded with people pressed wall-to-wall. Been Steller and Stolen Jars both proved to be solid opening acts, but to be honest, Loose Buttons rightfully stole the show. Lead singer, Eric Nizgretsky, is a talented performer with an infectious stage presence. His willingness to put everything into his performance was just as evident as the first time I saw him perform. Backed by a talented group of lads, Zach Kantor (guitar), Manny Silverstein (bass), and Adam Holtzberg (drums), the band feels like a family. They are just a group of friends who enjoy playing music together. 

The band’s new album, Something Better, features eight upbeat, punchy tracks that will make you want to dance. Check it out on Spotify if you have not already taken a listen.

Pamela Wang
Pamela Wang is a photographer/writer from Los Angeles, CA currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Find more information about her and her work at pamelawwang.com and facebook.com/pwwphotography.

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Loose Buttons play a sold-out show at The Dance in celebration of their debut album

To celebrate the release of their debut album, Something Better, Loose Buttons played a sold-out show at The Dance in NYC with support from Been Stellar and Stolen Jars.

As a follower of the band since late 2017, it has been amazing to see how much they have grown. The first time I saw Loose Buttons perform was at Alphaville, a small bar in Brooklyn. Since then, they’ve performed at various venues in the NYC area including, Mercury Lounge, Elsewhere Zone One, and Baby’s All Right. As New York natives, the band has developed a strong sense of community with other local DIY artists, and their presence within the NYC music scene and neighboring communities strengthen with every show they play.

Loose Buttons’ performance at The Dance was vibrant and full of passion. Despite the venue’s cap of 250, the space felt extremely crowded with people pressed wall-to-wall. Been Steller and Stolen Jars both proved to be solid opening acts, but to be honest, Loose Buttons rightfully stole the show. Lead singer, Eric Nizgretsky, is a talented performer with an infectious stage presence. His willingness to put everything into his performance was just as evident as the first time I saw him perform. Backed by a talented group of lads, Zach Kantor (guitar), Manny Silverstein (bass), and Adam Holtzberg (drums), the band feels like a family. They are just a group of friends who enjoy playing music together. 

The band’s new album, Something Better, features eight upbeat, punchy tracks that will make you want to dance. Check it out on Spotify if you have not already taken a listen.

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