Tweed Takeover


Flux Capacitor, Peak

Monday, April 17th, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Tickets available at the door $10 cash only. This event is 21+

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Philadelphia's funktronica powerhouse, Tweed, is filling dance floors with their high-energy fusion of funk, rock, and electronica. Just as their namesake fabric of mingling colors and textures, Tweed has interwoven a psychedelic web of high energy performance and improvisation. With extensive touring and studio work in 2016, Tweed gained a national following and a uniquely cohesive sound. Their collaboration can take listeners from face-melting visions through the psyche to sweaty, raging disco parties driven by their own incessant beat.
Flux Capacitor
Flux Capacitor
Emerging from the Pennsylvania music scene, from the outskirts of the city of brotherly love, is the phenom band known as Flux Capacitor. Flux consists of three brothers playing a clever combination of guitar, bass synths, organ, drums, and percussion to create a fiery, and distinct sound...
Peak formed in the summer of 2016 in New York City. Based around the guitar playing and songwriting of Jeremy Hilliard, the band spent the summer writing what will become its debut album, to be recorded in early 2017. In the fall of 2016 they are playing their first shows, including a residency at American Beauty in NYC, as well as a brief inaugural Northeast Tour.

As far as the music, Hilliard has always been interested in how timeless songs are created, listing as some of his favorites Dylan, Hunter/ Garcia, The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, Talking Heads, and Bob Marley to name a few. Hilliard studied the techniques of storytelling, character, and the use of American folklore. He also sought out great modern songwriters like Conor Oberst, Jack White, Ryan Adams, and Thom Yorke. It was through combining all these elements that his own voice emerged.

The other side of the coin is the live show, where the songs become springboards for improvisation. Inspired by Miles Davis, James Brown, Fela Kuti, Phish, The Grateful Dead, John Coltrane and countless others, the goal, in the words of the band, is to "not know where we are going" because that feeling of excitement and adventure translates to the audience. Front and center in the mix is Hilliard's guitar which is unmistakable in tone. He lists as early inspirations BB King and Jimi Hendrix, and on top of that sonic base he brings jazz concepts to create longer, more complex improvisations that can dig into an extended groove or venture into outer space exploration.

The group formed around the core rhythm section of Dale Paddyfote (drums) and Eric Thachuk (bass). Paddyfote provides the pulse of the group, as well as adding his amazing singing voice to the rich vocal harmonies. Thachuk, new to NY via Boston and Toronto, lays down the foundation for the ongoing dance party and is an elegant improviser, shaping the jams as they go. Filling out all the rest is the soulful organist Otis Williams on keys. Williams was brought up in the gospel tradition, like Paddyfote, and is a master of his instrument. His use of foot pedals is unique, and this is his first featured role playing psychedelic improvised rock, so as Hilliard says, we're about to "unleash the beast."
Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249

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