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A shit ton of bands in one awesome day!
Benefit show for Amanda Plasse. https://www.facebook.com/events/255872961188044/ Benefit in Amanda's memory to raise funds to have Wisniowski Park on School St in Chicopee up graded as well as Art Supplies for Chicopee Elementary Schools. Please come join us for this Family friendly event. We are also hoping to continue our efforts in raising money for a reward on the Arrest & Conviction of the person/ persons responsible for taking Amanda from us all. Tickets are $20, under 12 $10. Food, raffle, bands. More info to follow...... There will be multiple bands playing this show. HydroElectric is happy to have Vinny from RoadHorse filling in on the drums for this one!
Monte's Big Ass Party with HydroElectric, The Uncomfortables, Roadhorse, Random Access Memory, some dancers, and a shit ton of booze!
Two more bands TBA
Sounds Like: Monster Magnet, Black Sabbath, Clutch, Hawkwind, Dozer
Bio: HydroElectric is:
Monte Newman – Guitar & Vox (Ex Palace in Thunderland)
Paul Eggleston – Keyboards & Synths (Architectural Metaphor / Bionaut)
Rikk Desgres – Bass & Vox (Donut Kings / Jen Tobey’s Alter Ego)
Paul Picard – Drums & Percussion
Fast rising stoner/psych giants, HydroElectric, hav...See Full Bio
“Valley Advocate review (July 19, 2012) HydroElectric Space Dirt (Catseyesoup) Blending '70s British rock, SoCal desert sludge and synth-powered psychedelia, HydroElectric creates a musical space that's both laid-back and hard-hitting, layering thick coats of heavy guitar riffage and oozing Moog swirls over solid, mid-tempo grooves. Gradually-building extendo-jams mirror marathon epics by Black Sabbath or Guns 'n' Roses, while intermittent organs shift them into Deep Purple/classic Pink Floyd territory. They're not at all afraid to change keys or time signatures three or four times in a song, but interwoven Chris Cornell-style vocals help to smooth out the odd transitions. Dinosaur Jr. members J Mascis (guitar) and Murph (percussion) make guest appearances on the record, Mascis on the spacey, Bowie-esque "Edge of the World," (which begins with a J.F.K. sample about the moon landing), and Murph on an inspired cover of the Doctor Who theme. —Tom Sturm”