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Diet Cig

Diet Cig

SPORTS, Reality Something

Thu · June 1, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is 18 and over

Diet Cig
Diet Cig
Diet Cig is a pop rock band from New Paltz, NY, fronted by Alex Luciano with Noah Bowman of Earl Boykins (Forged Artifacts) on drums. The five charming songs on the debut Over Easy EP, written by Alex in the comforts of her bedroom, capture the innocence of adolescence and infatuation. Over Easy was recorded on Halloween 2014 with Christopher Daly at Salvation Recording Co in New Paltz, NY (Porches, Quarterbacks, Earl Boykins) and mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Music. Over Easy was released digitally and on cassette in February 2015 with the support of Father/Daughter Records. Diet Cig released 7" in September 2015, on Father/Daughter and UK Label Art Is Hard. Diet Cig is currently working on their debut LP to be released in 2016.
SPORTS
SPORTS
SPORTS is a 4-5 piece basement rock band based in Philadelphia, PA. The band’s second album titled All of Something was recorded in Philadelphia with celebrated DIY producer and musician Kyle Gilbride, and was described by Rolling Stone's Jon Dolan as "full of smart, sweetly slashing indie-rock that recalls peers like Swearin' and Waxahatchee." The band's sophomore album unfurls like a flag outside a midwestern bedroom window, lifted with the air of uncertainty of those first, confusing steps of adulthood. Perry’s freckled voice, equal parts longing and hopeful, carries through with damning drums and tickling guitar solos. Each song jangles on, sometimes releasing declarative, fighting words and other times as careful as notes left on the fridge. All of Something is out now on Father/Daughter Records.
Reality Something
Reality Something
Reality Something is the joint effort of Elena Franklin, Kingsley Brock, Ethan Place and Bill Grasely, and is collectively based in Nashville, TN. Their self-titled EP, fronted entirely by Franklin and released in 2015, demonstrates a strong kinship to alternative rock, and the front women present therein. This is especially true lyrically; Franklin confesses and observes in diary-like fashion, as stark, honest and deliberate as the genre she typifies. Though new, the arcs here are clear and fully realized, the documentation relentless and explorative, with Franklin already prolific in her own manifestation of the DIY aesthetic. The additions of Brock-- who for his part as lead guitarist, leans toward the warmer, expressionistic nature of 70s rock-- and Place and Grasely (drums and bass, respectively), heavily significant in balancing and emphasizing their counterparts-- come together to culminate in an outfit both that is timely, nostalgic, and vital.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/