Time Entry (Freshfields) is rocking for City Harvest, works to end hunger across the five boroughs.
Arising out of the mean streets of Midtown East in the early 1980s, Time Entry toured the globe several times over on the back of its smash hit “Life in 6-Minute Increments”, an aptly-lengthed, 6-minute prog rock epic equal parts “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Who Let the Dogs Out?”. Rolling Stone heralded Time Entry as “not your dad’s law firm band – actually, wait, that’s exactly what they are”. After this fleeting brush with fame and fortune, Time Entry fell into obscurity due to infighting over merchandise revenue (primarily t-shirt money), the ethics of bow hunting, and whether more cowbell was in fact needed (it wasn’t). Spurred by a 2016 ‘where are they now?’ VH1 special, and a serious need for cash, Time Entry has reunited to take Law Rocks by storm.
The band looks forward to raising funds for City Harvest and the other great nonprofits featured at Law Rocks NYC.