Shapes and Faces album release
Come celebrate with 26 Locks and friends as we bring you the release of 'The Velvet EP' on March 8th at THE CURTAIN CLUB. Doors open at 8pm. We will have presale tickets, just get in contact with the bands. The lineup for the show is stacked, featuring Alterflesh, Daylight Industries, Shapes And Faces and Charge! Tickets are $10 at the door. We will have copies of 'The Velvet EP' available at the show for $5 and some other merch! Mark your calendars, we will see you there!
It's a rock and roll party!! Remember when music was written by the people performing it and it was a form of expression and creativity that had meaning? Well we do! And so do these fantastic bands playing the first Tentacle Productions show at The Crown and Harp in Dallas. Come out for an ass shaking good time with some talented and hard working bands, have a drink, say hello, and support local rock! Here are some details and links to check out the tuneage, enjoy!!
Sounds Like: R.E.M., Arcade Fire, Foals, RUSH, Minus the Bear
Bio: A testament to the power of Craigslist, Shapes + Faces came together via the ubiquitous classified advertising website in 2012. A couple of years prior, singer/guitarist Derek Bennett started recording home demos in Garageband which he continued throughout moves from Kansas to Connecticut to Texa...See Full Bio
“Shapes And Faces is a band recently formed in Dallas, consisting of Derek Bennett, Ryan Martin, Jeff Givens and Tyler Kirk. This dynamic four piece brings together well balanced vocals along with energetic rhythmic styling to deliver a riveting live performance. It is impossible to describe their sound by comparing them to another band. The rhythm guitar drives most of the songs, with a lilting run of clean notes layered onto the song by the lead guitar. The strength of Shapes and Faces’ sound lays int their use of musical dynamics to move songs along. Each track runs with a quickly undulating wave of song that carries the listener along very much like sonic white water rafting. This gives then a great sound live because it allows for the band to overcome and acoustic difficulties presented by the venue or its equipment. In will be interesting to see if Shapes and Faces manages to navigate the rushing waters of the independent music scene with the same skill a that they bring to t”
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