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6/10/15: RISING ARTIST WEDNESDAY (RAW) will provide local artists with a venue to showcase their talents. Bands of all genres will be performing. There will be bands performing from 8 - 9 and 10 - 11pm. APPROACHING TROY (8pm) - Is a Long Island alternative/pop/punk rock band who recently released an EP called “Dear Sadie”. They will be performing an intimate acoustic set at Treme | http://www.approachingtroy.com/ GUITARO 5000 (10pm) - Singer/Songwriter Guitaro 5000 is known for his soulful voice and virtuosic guitar skills. . He utilizes special percussion techniques on his guitar that has gained him notoriety on YouTube (and other social media outlets) with hundreds of thousands of followers and admirers from all over the world. https://www.facebook.com/Guitaro5000 $5 Band Donation at the door. Let us know who you came to see!
Sounds Like: Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Blink-182, Sleeping With Sirens, New Found Glory
Manager: Laurence G. - Night Roads Entertainment Inc.
Bio: Approaching Troy is an alternative/pop/punk rock band from Long Island NY, with big plans and dreams of making their mark on the historic Indie Rock scene of their native Long Island, NY. Undoubtedly Approaching Troy has an uphill challenge to achieve that goal. The music of Long Island has alwa...See Full Bio
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“Out of the ashes comes a band on the verge of the revival of emo, punk, and hardcore. Approaching Troy (a name that comes straight from the early 2000s aesthetic) write songs that are reminiscent of earlier Victory and Rise Records bands. Right off the bat, Approaching Troy has re-embodied the mall emo/post-hardcore genre without limiting it to a certain audience. The songs have a heavy drive to them with intricate melodies that range between pop punk, hardcore and occasionally metalcore. The opening track “Dear Sadie” sounds like a fusion of Taking Back Sunday and Hidden In Plain View with dual vocals and harmonious parts. Much of the songs flow in this style as well. The vocals really add what the band needs to finish off their nostalgic song. “The Rescue” is the first time we truly hear the softer side of Approaching Troy. The song is sandwiched perfectly in the middle of the EP. It doesn’t slow down the EP at all, instead giving it a little bit of a shift in melody.”