Slow Caves, Professor Caffeine & the Insecurities, Midnight Channel

Slow Caves

Professor Caffeine & the Insecurities

Midnight Channel

Fri 4.5.19

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Slow Caves
Slow Caves
Listening to Slow Caves, one is reminded that being sonically interesting doesn’t mean that a band must sacrifice having old fashioned hooks or pop sensibilities. Danish born brothers, Jakob and Oliver Mueller, provide the vocal and guitar backdrop for Slow Caves, a band (rounded out by childhood friends David Dugan - guitar/bass, and Jackson Lamperes – drums) who offer a relaxed and surf-y update on 80’s synth, 90’s jangle, and early aught’s indie rock. Formed in Ft. Collins, CO in 2014, Slow Caves quickly gained a reputation as a must-see local attraction. Soon the band was making an impression in Denver’s vibrant music scene, earning slots at tastemaker clubs such as The Hi Dive and Lost Lake Lounge. In 2015, the band showcased their music at SXSW in Austin and CMJ in New York. Then in late 2016, the band signed with Cincinnati-based Old Flame Records (Cloud Nothings, Dead Confederate), performed at Boise’s lauded, Treefort Festival and Austins' SXSW (March 2017), and released their Old Flame debut (Desert Minded-EP) on March 10, 2017. Since the release, the band has been touring all over North America and will continue to tour throughout 2017.
Professor Caffeine & the Insecurities
Professor Caffeine & the Insecurities
Professor Caffeine and the Insecurities are a 4 piece Indie Prog-Rock band based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Equipped with a unique style consisting of explosive pop choruses and technical breakdowns, they're set to take the Northeast music scene by storm. Their debut release titled "Comic Book EP" is already making waves in the Indie Rock scene. Their live show takes it to the next level, taking the finely polished record and turning it on it's head with more raw, heavier versions of the songs you know and love. Keep on the look out for this up and coming Math Rock juggernaut in 2015.
Venue Information:
O'Brien's Pub
3 Harvard Ave
Boston, MA, 02134
http://obrienspubboston.com/