Tuesday, March 8, 2011

The Morning On Fire, The Field Recordings, Kari Bunn

Saturday, March 12, 2011, CT Indie presents at Arch Street:

Arch Street Tavern
85 Arch Street
Hartford, CT

9 PM - $5.00 cover - 21+

Been awhile people. Which means it's time to return with a vengeance. So here is a show that signals the start of CT Indie presents at Arch Street. Three different brands of rock action, all from equally inspired Connecticut-based musicians! Hartford has been gaining a little musical momentum lately, so come help fuel this momentum by supporting your local scene at Arch Street Tavern!

Parking is a bitch in downtown Hartford, so car pool if you can.

ReverbNation bio:
It’s been one year, two E.P’s, a full length, a list of performances from San Diego to Vermont, and The Morning On Fire is just getting started. Adored for their energetic and emotional performances, its hard to imagine that anyone is having more fun then them. Watching them dance across the stage, you can see the sincerity running through their veins, producing a high that isn’t replicable by any modern drug. They come across as some sort of mad-scientist/punk rock hybrids, delivering their music with force. Their energetic fusion of indie, post-rock, and hardcore is a treat to experience: it is like nothing you’ve heard before and like everything you’ve been waiting to hear. From sweeping valleys, to monumental peaks... quiet whispers to the loudest screams, The Morning On Fire creates a sound-scape and invites you to break from the norm and come along for a while.

These faves explain themselves on their facebook as this:
The Field Recordings are a Noise Pop band from CT. And yes, they flaunt their Vague Scientific Implications. Please, e-mail them to cause them to Perform for You. Oh, they beseech you: Download them for Free from http://thefieldrecorders.bandcamp.com/. With this Facebook, they have joined the ever expanding phalanx of Unchecked Profilers. They are presenting you with yet another Aesthetic Arm. You can hold it to you, please do not twist it out of shape.

"There’s a clear Belly, Julianna Hatfield and English rock vibe that permeates in certain Kari songs like "Diamond" and "Only This." We here at Weekend especially dig the tune "Memory Won’t Erase," but what we really like about Kari is that she headlined her MySpace page "Kari on My Wayward Bunn." That’s awesome. "
— Pat Ferrucci, Making A Mix with Kari Bunn

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