Yheti's live performances are an ever morphing detailed sound sculpture that plays with the souls of
those open to the more experimental, surreal, low end heavy side of electronic music. With the
intention of creating a champion dance environment through high energy bass, deep rhythms, and
soul driven melodies.
Spike up your hair, get some frosted tips, grow a goatee, or just go all out with dreadlocks.
More than anything - start blasting Hybrid Theory, Significant Other, Infest, The Subliminal Verses, and Around the Fur on repeat.
That’s right, folks.
It’s really happening.
CUT MY LIFE INTO PIECES: A TRIBUTE TO NU METAL
Friday, March 29, 2019
Doors at 6:30 PM
$12 ADV / $12 DOS
F E A T U R I N G
MY FRIEND CHRIS
// Performing songs by Linkin Park //
Melodic Rock from Memphis, TN
My Friend Chris are formerly known as Hand Grenades. New EP and music video for “Living Hell” out now. For fans of Taking Back Sunday, A Day To Remember, and Fall Out Boy.
DEFY THE ARCHITECT
// Performing songs by Slipknot //
Metal from Memphis, TN
Defy The Architect have opened for Upon A Burning Body and At All Cost. For fans of Pantera, Sepultura, Korn, and Deftones.
// Performing songs by Limp Bizkit //
Fight Music from Memphis, TN
Tojo Yamamoto is comprised of Headdrop frontman Mike Roach and Memphis hip hop artist J.R. Truth.
// Performing songs by Papa Roach //
Metal from Memphis, TN / Asheville, NC
For fans of Parkway Drive, August Burns Red, The Ghost Inside, and Texas In July.
SURFACE AND BREATHE
// Performing songs by Deftones //
Progressive / Experimental Metal From Jonesboro, AR
For fans of Deftones, Circa Survive, Periphery, and TesseracT.
~~ WITH AN EXCLUSIVE ACOUSTIC OPENING PERFORMANCE BY ~~
BLOOD LIKE WINE
// Performing songs by Staind //
Poet-Folk from Memphis, TN
For fans of Bob Dylan, Fiona Apple, and A Song of Fire and Ice.
Booking & Events in Memphis, TN
"Across the Cumberland River from Music City, the burgeoning neighborhood of East Nashville has become a haven for artists, songwriters, and other creatives. One such songwriter is Andrew Adkins, who has been a part of the Nashville community for over a decade. As the city expands and modernizes while preserving its heritage, so too does Andrew’s music.
Early in his career, Adkins co-founded two dynamic groups which served as introductions to the music business. He toured with his blues-infused power trio, Mellow Down Easy, for eight years. His gritty-rock band, Lions for Real, made waves amongst the music industry before catching the attention of Werewolf Heart Records, the indie-label fronted by actor Ryan Gosling. The band imploded almost as quickly as it surfaced, leaving Adkins uncertain of his musical future.
After years of collaborating in bands, Andrew decided to step away and develop his own distinct sound. His solo work resulted in the song “I’m Indestructible” which was featured on film trailers and television. Subsequently, his song “Fire & Brimstone” was used in the trailer for the Colin Hanks-helmed All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records. In 2015, Andrew released Glass Castles, a roots-centric album which garnered acclaim from critics and music fans. A more experimental EP, Monsters + Ghosts, followed in 2016.
Adkins’ latest album To Become Immortal Then Die is a compilation of new songs mixed with highlights from previously released solo projects. The aforementioned “I’m Indestructible” and “Fire and Brimstone” exemplify Andrew’s cinematic style, which has been influenced by filmmakers such as Sergio Leone, Harmony Korine, and Quentin Tarantino. The title of the album is a nod to the 1960 Jean-Luc Godard film Breathless. This retrospective collection demonstrates Andrew’s ability to blend a broad range of styles and instrumentation. He succeeds in merging electronic and retro-pop sounds with lush pedal steel guitar courtesy of Tim Rogers. The new album is woven together by a common thread: unpretentious, honest, roots-influenced American music."
Bands that are on the way to show their support for survivors are:
There are spots available for anyone that would like to be considered to play the show. Contact Growlers on facebook if you're interested.
$5 donation is suggested but you are welcome to donate more at the door. If you can't make it to the show to support but would like to donate you are still able to purchase a ticket and proceeds will also be donated to the Family Safety Center.
All Ages event
OCEANS BETWEEN US
8PM Doors / 9PM Show
$8 ADV/$10 DOS
Lola Montez sounded. Inga Rudin, the band's vocalist, is so pretty that it takes a second to focus on what is happening, to be quite honest. However, this is not a band that relies on this fact, as the guitarist, Blake Scopino, for this Nashville-based band showed with a sound that was original in much the same way that Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello is.
Like Morello, his chops were not only on point all set long, but his breaks were not easy to play and highly technical in some places. Though not a glam band, their showmanship was not lacking, with Rudin even venturing into the crowd, dancing erotically on tables, and high-fiving the crowd while on a wireless mic.
Their fill-in bassist, Sebastian Baltes, is the son of Peter Baltes, bassist for metal pioneers, Accept. This explains how he learned such complicated parts in less than a week! "He [his dad] has been doing it since the 70's," Baltes said proudly of his father. Andy Sneap, now of Judas Priest, produced Accept's latest offering as well as others, and he voiced his praise for Sneap's fortune during our interview. "That is right up his alley. We were all so very happy for him when we heard that he got the gig in Priest [VIDEO].
As for the Rudin, her voice is reminiscent of Janet Napolitano (Concrete Blonde), Jefferson Airplane (who they cover with an almost fusion funk bass line via "White Rabbit," their closer) or the under-rated Motels. Songs like "Monster" were powerful, intricate, and delivered concisely. This track began a bit like Pink Floyd's "Run Like Hell" and only went crazier from there.
GA on sale 2/8/19 at 10am