California Bleeding, Show Me The Body, Boatrocker
1787 Collective Presents- 'Bundle Up! Indie Jam' 9pm - $7 18+ Brian McGee (Plow United)- Having spent his musical adolescence in Pennsylvania playing in punk rock bands, Brian McGee is not the most natural figurehead for a movement of new Americana rock. But after living in Western North Carolina for the last ten years and absorbing the sounds and culture of the region, McGee has milled a new angle into his songwriting palette and taken to fusing his punk rock heritage to raw country sounds. https://www.facebook.com/brianmcgeemusic Boatrocker- Four-piece Indie/PostRock outfit from Wilmington, Delaware. Comprised of members from multiple area punk and hardcore bands. http://www.stereokiller.com/Boatrocker Scuzbot- Bensalem, PA alternative/spacerock. A recent featured artist on Stereokiller.com has brought this indie quartet into the local spotlight. http://www.stereokiller.com/Scuzbot Maybe Awake- Jersey shore Indie Rock/Shoegaze/Post-Rock paving the way for hard-working independent bands from the area. https://www.facebook.com/Maybeawake *Free all-night Moviethon afterparty in the venue included for all patrons who are 21 and up!* This show features great indie music from all over the tri-state area. We hope to see our friends and fans out for this supporting the local music scene!
“Without a doubt, Boatrocker's strongest attribute is their sense of composition. The distinctively different pieces to each of their songs intertwine with precision. The end result of this high level of song craftsmanship is segments that naturally flow from one to the next... expanding and contracting with melody and tension. The songs on this record not only feel very well thought out, but very personal. Several of the songs offer up beautiful and simplistic melodies, while others remain incredibly dark. The ebb and flow of this record is undeniable and refreshing since so few bands really know how to write an entire record with proper arrangement of the songs in a way that truly makes sense. These guys know what they're doing. Boatrocker are obviously playing music that they love on their own terms and I honestly can't wait to see what they do next.”