CMJ on Saturday!

It’s our first CMJ! We go on right at 7:30!

Hudson Whiskey Pours $3
Hudson Whiskey Cocktails $6

*McClure’s Pickles Cocktail Specials ALL NIGHT*
Dirty Pickle Martini $6
The Picklet $5
Shooter $6

See you at the show!

Yellow Lights October Tour Dates Announced!

Yellow Lights October Tour Dates

Sun 9 Oct 2011 / Sweet Tea Pumpkin Pie Festival, Fuzzy Logic Showcase / The Islander / Washington, D.C. / 3pm / FREE!

Thu 13 Oct 2011 / The Fire / Philadelphia, PA / 9pm / $7

Fri 14 Oct 2011 / The Garage / Charlottesville, VA / 8pm

Sat 15 Oct 2011 / SuluDC October Show / Artisphere Ballroom / Arlington, VA / 8:30pm / $10

Sat 22 Oct 2011 / FeelingAnxious PR & GaluminumFoil Productions CMJ Showcase / The Rock Shop / Brooklyn, NY / 7pm / $5

Can’t wait!!

Purevolume Today!

Purevolume is video premiering the cover we did of New Order’s “Age of Consent” from the Yellow Lights Release Show at Glasslands last Wednesday, 9/7!

Little Anchor “Age of Consent” Live at Glasslands from PureVolume on Vimeo.

Brooklyn-via-Portland (*note: Seattle! :D) quartet Little Anchor are both loyal to their name and completely opposite to it. Front-woman Alexa Cabellon may be small in stature, but what she might lack in height the band makes up for in overall pop largeness–filling the room with their lush arrangements and with Cabellon’s rich voice. On their dark, atmospheric cover of New Order’s “Age of Consent,” filmed live at Brooklyn waterfront venue Glasslands, Little Anchor are in fine form, filling the blue light with sound both soft and loud, tender and strong.

Yellow Lights EP Release Show on 9/7!

To: Party People

From: Little Anchor

Come celebrate the release of our new EP, Yellow Lights, next Wednesday at Glasslands! Show starts at 8:30 with Cameron Hull, we’re on at 9:30. It also happens to be my birthday…. :D

Yellow Lights will be available digitally (iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, our Bandcamp) on Tuesday, September 6th!

Limited Edition 12" vinyl will be available at the show.

Aaaand, word on the street is, the album will be streaming on’s Full CD Listening Party all of next week!

BuzzChips is currently featuring us on the Singer-Songwriter Buzz Page, with a picture taken by our good friend, Rob Nawrocki, from our last show at Pete’s Candy Store!

Sweetness from Fuzzy Logic!

“Cabellon’s cooing and her bandmate’s deftly-navigated idyllic instrumentation proves a most agreeable match, languidly pastoral and perfect summer afternoon fare. Verily, verily recommended.”

Thanks to Fuzzy Logic for such a darling of a post. Can’t wait to go down to DC sometime this fall!

Friday Night!

We’re playing an awesome bill with The Like Whatevers, The Due Diligence and Sam Yield on Friday, June 3rd at 8pm at the Lovin’ Cup (Downstairs)! We go on around 10 pm. Check out the rad poster that Sam Yield made above. It’s freeeeeeeee!

The Dutch Love Us!

We were absolutely thrilled to see this review of “Until Our Eyes Adjust” all the way from Amsterdam! Thanks so much to Apply Some Pressure for featuring us on the New Music section of the site, and also thanks to our friend Gijs Teule at BUMA/STEMRA for translating the kind words for us.

In June 2010 Alexa Cabellon (by the name of Little Anchor, along with three friends) released an album on the market called Sunland. The song ‘Until Our Eyes Adjust’ is absolutely worth listening to.

“Big sounds from a little lady and her friends”, this is how the members of Little Anchor from Brooklyn describe themselves on MySpace. And do not think of a stadium-filling sound, but rather in the category ‘grown big by staying small’. The band is successfully fishing in the pond of ‘sweet-and-whisper songs’.

The single 'Until Our Eyes Adjust’ is their latest successful catch. A song that is inspired by the Beatles song  ‘Blackbird’. At least that’s what frontwoman Alexa Cabellon wants us to believe.

“This song originated from playing ‘Blackbird’ on the guitar too many times to count, and it ended up being about that moment right before you fall asleep next to someone you care deeply about – where feelings of vulnerability, love and uncertainty all overlap.”

In this particular case, it’s perfect just the way it is, simply listen breathlessly and wobble along quietly with it.