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All ages shows featuring four to five regional indie/rock acts. A very rare show by Standby For Transmission so it is a show you don't want to miss!
Doors open @ 6pm, show starts @ 7pm $10 Admission fee + free digital download of Brett Newski's album "In Between Exits" $8 Regular Admission Concessions will be offered! Contact Ellie at 815-668-2022, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the ELB page's Facebook for more info.
Sounds Like: Radiohead, Coldplay, Kings Of Leon, MGMT, Daft Punk
Bio: The artist in question has played in various bands and performed hundreds of shows in the last 17 years, the longest stint being with a rock band called CHETT (www.myspace.com/chett) . Highlighted shows include the 2000 Vans Warped Tour, Cornerstone Festival (3x), The Double Door in Chicago, The ...See Full Bio
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“Stan Hulsey (Standby For Transmission) often rocks out but some of the best moments on the album are the ones that are the most subdued. Take for instance the title track “The Disconnect,” which sounds a bit similar to Local Natives in the way that he combines reverb-laced clear guitar and vocal harmonies to form an attractive lush landscape. Another solid number is “Get Out,” which successfully combines electronic and organic instruments. The song starts off sounding like something you might hear from The Postal Service and eventually mutates into a rock song. Hulsey delivers some of his best vocal melodies on “Dance” when he sings “Promise me, that you won’t break my heart / Dance with me, I won’t waste your time.” Some of the songs such as “Rain” and “Crazy” that called for distorted guitars and were taking up lots of frequency space weren't working that well with lo-fi aesthetic. The Disconnect contains a surplus of tunes that are well thought out and w”