Mayflower Collective & Aisle 3 Present: Have A Good Season // Prince Daddy & The Hyena // Just Friends // Sybil // Monitor

Friday, Nov. 4, 2016 @ 7:30PM, New Brunswick, NJ

(Click the flier to be directed to the event on Facebook)

(Click the flier to be directed to the event on Facebook)

By Sean McCall 

            Mayflower Collective is throwing a party with some really good bands; the banger continues.  This show will be at Aisle 3 NBNJ- a house show in North Jersey.  Mayflower Collective is a collectivist DIY media and entertainment group started by the members of Cross Town Train and On Your Marks, founded in 2013.

            The show will start at 7:30pm.  To get the address, you have to message Aman Arora or Deanna DiLandro for the address via Facebook.

A word of advice from the host of the Facebook event, Connor Meany:



1. Keep the greens in the basement and cigarettes in the backyard.
2. Basement, garage, and backyard are the ONLY places open to all. 
3. The house is not only a safe space for artists and show-goers, but for the people that live there as well. Please be respectful of all the people and objects in your environment, and do not take what’s not yours.

$5 for touring bands. Get there early, stay late, party hard.



Have A Good Season

The noodliest and the tightest – Shout out to Nic for being so super tight all the time

(Mayflower Collective)

Most recent release – “Joseph


Yelly and Shreddy

(Broken World Media)

Most recent release: “I Thought You Didn’t Even Like Leaving


They have a horn and they rip

Open Door Records

Most recent release: “Rock 2 the rhythm”


A little bit of electronic and a lot of rock

Most recent release: “Milktoast”


blur of like nine styles of rock

Most recent release: “Shatter”


~Confirm you’re attending on facebook~

About the Writer

Sean McCall is a Music Business Technology Major studying at Rowan University with a Minor in Theatre.  He has been attending shows and events since he was in middle school and has had his own band he’s been involved in for about 7 years called Breaking Tradition.  He has been actively involved in the music scene since he was young and holds an overall passion for all types of music.  He has an ear for music and tries to pick up as many instruments as he can.  Sean has sung in multiple competitive honor choirs throughout the country, ranging from All-State Honor Choir to as far as All-National Honor Choir, and plans to take off in the Music Industry in as many ways possible.  Sean also recently helped book a show in Glassboro with his friends, Alex LaVallee and Alex Bradley, and plans to book many more independent shows in the near future.  With a passion for music, bands, and the overall scene, he is adding music journalism to his resumé to contribute even further into this talented area we call home.