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Everywhere Danger! Album Release Show at the Common Place, Fraiser St. State College, PA. 16801
Everywhere Danger! hits the stage at 4pm Friday the 18th of July 2014
Ellipsis the one man band and Everywhere Danger! rock out at the Arena Bar and Grill this Thursday night at 11pm-2am. $3 admission.
Sponsored By Drew Jackson... I'm finally graduating from college! To honor the occasion, I called upon the services of some talented musicians and friends to celebrate achievement, discovery, passion, and music! Performances by: Everywhere Danger!, Rubix 333, Harold Taddy, The 'U' with DJ Camouflage, Atlas Soundtrack, Fever Cezer, Mike Mobes and Big Keen, Chris Vipond and The Stanley Street Band, and special guests Provided: -music/ entertainment -lodge -beautiful outdoor setting -campfire Recommend: -sleeping bag -tent -flashlight -BYOB -food -the ability to clean-up after yourself -whatever makes you happy ;-) Music starts promptly, so get there early! Blessings!
Sounds Like: Modest Mouse, Radiohead, >>Pavement<<, Built to Spill, PIXIES
Label: Appalachia Burning, Anti Music Society
Manager: Kael Weis
Once, a long ass time ago, we weren't. And oh, how we lingered and reveled in that wonderful state on non-existance for many eons and hours. Til one day for no good reason but several exceptional ones we Became. Having now being, we simply are and shall always now be.
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“Kael's music is one of those things. Delicately wrought, haunting and sometimes surprisingly hard-hitting, his music is very much worth paying attention to, particularly for those of us who recall the indie of the 90s and long for something evocative of that. Don't misunderstand me, the sound is uniquely his own, but it has that feeling. Full of sadness and possibilities and quirky humor, the music has a way of following you around throughout the day, teasing at the edges of everything else that happens.”