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Graball Freerun's own Nick Crews will be performing the second to last set at Saturday's MS Micro-Fest in Starkville's Cotton District! Saturday's festival is really going to be an awesome time so come see the band, check out some nat'l recording artists, then bring it back home with Nick Crews to close the night!
Saturday April 5th, Graball Freerun joins national and international musical acts for the inaugural MS Modern Microfest! Come join us for a day of music, fashion, and art in Starkville's Cotton District! 2.00 wristbands to drink and all proceeds from wristband sales go to charity!
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Manager: rbts win
Bio: RBTS WIN began as a brain child of Javi Bolea and Cliff Worsham, two emerging musicians who changed their approach at creating music. The duo banded together originally as "RBTS" and released their first EP entitled "WIN" in 2008. Shortly after Jim DeBardi joined the band and they renamed the gro...See Full Bio
“we think it was Asheville's own electro/experimental trio RBTS WIN who spearheaded the movement. Why did they invoke the bot moniker? "It was half because of what we were doing with music at the time (being in traditional rock/metal bands) and kind of giving up on that and doing something alien to us," says Brien Worsham, who sings and plays a combination of keys, synthesizers and computers. I think other people are using [robots] a lot because maybe they feel lied to. We were supposed to have street-patrolling robots and jet packs by now. I mean, we have Segways and all, but let’s be honest. That's just lazy robotics at work." We also think that, since we're in Moogville and RBTS WIN is the reader-named best electronic/experimental band, shouldn't Moog Music trick them out with some snazzy new machine? "We have been using Moog equipment since the inception of this band," Worsham points out. "(Cough) Little Fatty (cough), a new Voyager, hint, hint." — Alli Marshall”