hope all is well presents:
the most AT Rathaus
WITH Sad turtle, the dead shakers
DATE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 18TH
VENUE: RATHAUS [EMAIL US FOR ADDRESS]
TICKETS: $5 donation
The Most is an eclectic math rock band from Southington, Connecticut. Their sporadic style utilizes genre blending changes and innovative grooves to take listeners on a melodic journey. Their goal is to bring orchestration and technicality back to rock and roll in a new and refreshing way, while keeping in touch with the rawness of unbridled passion that lives at the heart of their punk rock roots.
Sad Turtle is an instrumental quartet from Burlington, Vermont. Their compositions juxtapose the raw power of rock instrumentation with rich ethereal textures more often associated with ambient or cinematic music. Acclaimed as “instrumental rock music for people who don’t like instrumental rock music,” Sad Turtle has worked diligently to refine diverse musical influences into a concise musical statement that is equal parts serious and silly. Their debut album "Ruthless and Toothless" showcases their accessible approach to experimental music while their live shows have drawn comparisons to Battles, Tortoise, and Alarmist.
"Ruthless & Toothless, is a lovely, pristine chunk of goodness equally characterized by its muscular drive and an atmospheric, glassy sheen." - Seven Days
"Really impressive/groovin' first album" - The Math-Rock News
THE DEAD SHAKERS
The Dead Shakers are a psych rock band from Vermont led by Kevin Bloom. Their debut album All Circles Vanish will be released on July 27.
“All Circles Vanish took me three years to write, and six studios in two states to record. It’s me on tape. It’s the people I’ve been lucky enough to cross paths with. It’s a ghost story and my childhood.”
Kevin Bloom will be performing All Circles Vanish solo on The Dead Shakers 2018 summer tour.