SIMEON SOUL CHARGER (US)
STONER ROCK NIGHT #29 feat. SIMEON SOUL CHARGER (ger) + SATIVA ROOT (aut) + MONSTERS OF THE ORDINARY Moving from Ohio to Bavarias countryside? Thats not the typical route for a rockband to go. Simeon Soul Charger, however, went down that roadcourageously and successfully. The bands third album, A Trick of Light, now impressively shows that these four Americans do not think much of conventional approaches altogether.www.simeonsoulcharger.comWhereas the hot summer of 2011 drew nearly everyone to the local beach or bar, snipping colourful cocktails, four dudes spent their leisure time at an old dirty practice room, drinking beer and trying to figure out what the heart of every band is; riffs, riffs and yes, even more riffs.Not restricting themselves to any kind of genre, they shamlessly draw influences from your mums lovely hippie bands of the 70s, to classic desert-driven Stoner-Rock, over to deep doom and fuzzy Sludge Riffs. Sativa Root play instrumental music, covering the full range between heavy discordant parts and soft melodic passages. Sativa Root shared the stage with bands like: Kylesa, Red Fang, Planet Of Zeus, Dopethrone, Weedeater, Elder, Mos Generator, Black Tusk, Naam, Brant Bjork, Elder, Horisont, Vidunder and others.sativaroot.bandcamp.comAs to their name, Monsters Of The Ordinary perform the gentle art of understatement, because ordinary usually sounds different: the four Vienna-based musicians thunder a thrilling mix of stoner rock, blues rock and psychedelic rock at us, carried by a naturally monstrous voice of orchestral range. Straight but epic, strange but catchy, striking far away from metal clichs.www.monstersoftheordinary.comDate: October 23, 2015Doors open: 19:00Location: Dreiraum
Sounds Like: The Beatles, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin Official, Queen
Label: Gentle Art of Music
Bio: Simeon Soul Charger is an American psychedelic rock band. They're music has been described as a cinematic pastiche of 70's psychedelic, progressive, folk, blues, glam, and stoner rock with psychological, philosophical, and socio-political lyrical themes portrayed in a storytelling format.
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“One of the most exciting debut albums of recent years. (MMITAL) ”