Nebulus NYC

They are an eclectic melange of  guitar, bass, drums, and strong female vocals providing catchy and fun music. Delivering a diverse set list of grooves, grunges, and melodies that rock.

Nebulus NYC has been performing regularly at the Delancey with their monthly all out party titled Deja Vu. They have performed at the Freedom of Expression Music Festival in Barryville, NY. Nebulus was featured on WNYC’s Battle of the Boros at the Greene Space, representing Queens County. They have graced the stages of the University of Pennsylvania’s Spring Fest, NYU, Pratt Institute, SUNY Stony Brook, Rutger’s University Earth Day, and Valentine’s Day at St. John’s University. Nebulus performed to thousands of people at the 2021 NYC Marathon. Nebulus has recently perform at the 2022 NYC Half Marathon in Times Square in March to over 20,000 people. Nebulus performed at the Belmont Raceway’ Opening Day on April 28th to rave reviews. Nebulus have successfully toured the Midwest and the South in the summer of 2021, having funded their own tour. Nebulus just performed for the Walk for Life/CYS charity event in Paramus, NJ. They are returning to the studio soon to record an EP and are ecstatic to be performing at the Montauk Music Festival 2022!!!

Nebulus has been featured on NPR and UCLA radio stations. They are an eclectic melange of  guitar, bass, drums, and strong female vocals providing catchy and fun music. We deliver a diverse set list of grooves, grunges, and melodies that rock.

The band was started by Jack Macco, the guitarist, who found the other bandmates through the internet, music festivals, and good old-fashioned word of mouth. He has a musical background in Rock and Roll. As a child, vocalist Emilie Bienne listened to musical theatre and pretended to be Julie Andrews. Now, her biggest influence today in music and fashion is Debbie Harry, of Blondie. Her motto is – “What would Debbie wear?”
Bassist Jocko Josh, whose influences are The Beatles, Zeppelin, Sabbath, Sex Pistols, Nirvana, and Jane’s Addiction, recently came back from base camp of Mt. Everest in the Himalayas. Drummer Erik Vincent has been providing awesome beats for Nebulus and has successfully helped shape their sound into a phenomenon.

“All the way, that’s how we roll!”