The Moth StorySLAM Tue, Oct 28 - 8pm - $8 The Moth StorySLAM LAST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH - TIX AVAILABLE AT DOOR, NIGHT OF ONLY - The Moth StorySLAMs are open to anyone with a five-minute story to tell on the night's theme. Half an hour before the show, we put the names of all the folks who want to tell a story in a hat. At the start of the show, we start picking names. The 10 featured stories are scored by teams of judges selected from the audience. Each Storyslam generates a Storyslam winner. After ten slams, the winners face off in our Grandslam Championships. Come sign up to tell a story, or just to enjoy the show!
Sounds Like: Blondie, Beach House, Metric, The Cars, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Bio: Scale Model is an indie rock/pop band based in Nashville, TN. They combine complex instrumental structure with unique, catchy vocal melodies to create a sound that transcends the staples of pop. Dave built their clear, lucite, light-up guitars (he's a luthier - www.scalemodelguitars.com)
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“We’ve been keeping an eye on Scale Model for some time now, and it’s for good reason. After having a listen to their debut LP Star, we understand why our ears have remained perked. Blending synth pop tendancies with indie rock hooks, this is an album to keep an eye on this year. Megan Rox vocals are ethereal and dreamy, while the rest of the album makes you want to break into dance regardless of locale. They brought in some pretty players for this one too with Matt Mahaffey (Self, Beck, Pink, Hellogoodbye) handling mixing duties, while Jeremy Ferguson (Turbo Fruits, Tristen, Forget Cassettes) tracked the record at Battle Tapes. We imagine some more local gigs are going to be announced around the release, but for now, you can go ahead and mark your calendar to check them out at Sevier Park Fest on May 3rd. While you are waiting for that to happen though, start digging into Star below.”