CRL CRRLL occupies a place between EDM, house, hip-hop and R&B with always surprising and creative results. His set at Cloak & Dagger 2016 was one of the most entrancing of the festival; Catch Me If You Can is his latest EP.
This Colorado Springs-based feminist punk band, which includes former Abracastabya members David Grimm and Geoff Brent, has the kind of pointed, witty and intensely energetic songs you'd hope for. Nailed It is the group's fiery debut.
Ryan Peru is known by many for his ambient project Mondo Obscure and his fantastic video work with 75 Ohms. But for a short while now, he's been playing guitar and singing with sludge-rock trio Never Kenezzard, whose debut album, Never Say..., can be heard and purchased at this release show.
Time is a rapper who combines surreal imagery and sounds with thoughtful social commentary. This show is for the official release of Ephelant and Time's collaborative album How to Sew Wounds With Words.
14. The Beeves, with Velveteers, Meeting House and The Ephinjis
Seventh Circle Music Collective
Friday, November 25
Erie-based band the Beeves have really only been playing out for less than a year, but their energetic live shows have already made a splash with fans. To some listeners, these guys sound like they've drawn more than a bit from the Offspring and Weezer, and they display a musical chemistry reminiscent of Mike Watt and D. Boone of Minutemen fame. This show celebrates the release of their self-titled debut EP.
Kayla Marque's songwriting erases the boundaries between down-tempo R&B and more imaginative electronic pop. With her new full-length album, Live and Die Like This, Marque masterfully demonstrates her gift for blending melancholia and soulfulness.
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