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- Posted on Oct 24th 2010 8:58AM by Emily Tan
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While the Brooklyn band is used to playing the Lower East Side venue, the change in Rockwood's layout that night was something new for singer and piano player Elizabeth Ziman. "This is the first time I played at Rockwood without seats anywhere," she said. "Do you feel like you're rocking out a little harder?"
Elizabeth and the Catapult performed a mix of songs from 'Taller Children,' like the sassy 'Momma's Boy,' and 'The Other Side of Zero,' including their new single, the uber-pop and potentially radio friendly 'You and Me.'
Although the set was easily a winner for many who attended that night, it was Ziman and singer-songwriter and occasional bandmate Jeff Taylor's a cappella performance of 'Kadoka' that stole the show. From Ziman's jazzy vocals harmonizing with Taylor's raspy yet fluid voice to the community hand-clapping that provided the rhythm, it was easily a memorable moment.
With all the fun the band was having on stage, their set seemed to fly by that they had to trim their setlist. "Aww man, you're missing out of on the ballads tonight," Ziman announced. "I guess you got to check us out online or Facebook to get another meal in."