Hypodive is usually a four-piece band, but they recently appeared as an acoustic duo at NYC’s Hunter College, in support of their friend and fellow music maker Johnny Juarez, who was in New York for a stop on his Better Tour.
Hypodive got the crowd feeling great as singer JKLN and guitarist JV played several songs from their new release, “High Heel Hangover,” and their previous release, “Out of Control.” Dance rock is alive in NYC when Hypodive comes around– if you like Gwen Stefani (and No Doubt), I think you’ll appreciate Hypodive. (Side note: if Hypodive is your kind of music, check out Breakerbox, too.)
Hypodive has played several NYC staples, including The Gramercy Theatre, Le Poisson Rouge, The Knitting Factory Brooklyn, Arlene’s Grocery, Bowery Electric, and Piano’s. As a four-piece, high-energy band, Hypodive also includes Leo Freire on drums and bassist Cody Darbe. See (and hear) for yourself what these talented peeps can do, musically, with these YouTube clips and songs from Soundcloud:
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