The band, fronted by Martin Johnson, put on a special show to celebrate the release of their debut album on September 7th.
At a secret location in the middle of Los Angeles hides a retro 80s-themed club. Cassette tapes, Pac-Man arcade games, retro TVs and John Hughes-era movie posters adorn the walls as hidden doors and alleyways lead to a neon-lit karaoke room. The space — intimate, dark and lively — is a hidden gem.
Best of all? The music of The Night Game couldn’t be more well fit for this venue.
A sound embedded in 80s-inspired synths, atmospheric sounds and guitar pedal friendly “woos” and “wahs” are just a few ways to describe multi-platinum-selling singer, songwriter and producer Martin Johnson’s (Boys Like Girls) newest project.
To celebrate the release of Johnson’s self-titled debut album The Night Game, arriving September 7th through Vertigo/Interscope Records, Johnson held an early album release party at Break Room 86 in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. (…)
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The debut album is available for pre-order on iTunes and Spotify.
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