Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Arc Agency shows for the month of April!

Here we are with part two of what The Arc Agency is up to!
Their first show of the month is coming up this Thursday at the American Legion in West Haven. It features two completely different tour packages and a couple of crucial locals. Daytrader, featuring ex-members of Crime in Stereo, are currently on tour with Pentimento from NY. On the other side of the punk spectrum, we have recent Deathwish signings Code Orange Kids (PA), whom Arc booked back in January, Birds in Row (France), who blew away nearly everyone who saw them at The Saddest Landscape release show last month, and Full of Hell (MD), whose split with COK will be out soon on Topshelf Records. To round off the lineup we have Night Owls, who released their debut EP "Dearly" last month, and hardcore weirdos Heavy Breath who are hard at work on their next record.

Doors at 5, show starts at 5:30. show up early, leave late. $10

Arc is doing a ticket giveaway from now until tomorrow evening. All you have to do is reblog/retweet/share the link to the facebook event. check out http://www.facebook.com/thearcagency for more information, or http://thearcagency.tumblr.com/ OR @thearcagency on Twitter for more details.

The next show is at The Space in Hamden, headlined by singer-songwriter Evan Weiss' project Into It/Over It. This is his first headlining tour, and the show's lineup is bolstered by some of the best young established and up-and-coming bands in Connecticut. First we have The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, a band with a name so long it makes Godspeed You! Black Emperor weep. Then there's the deceptively named Two Humans (there's three of them) from Glastonbury, teen internet blogging sensation/singer-songwriter Chris Cappello (of Lewis and His Blog fame) and the Balance and Composure-esque stylings of Hamden's Lifelines. CT's hungry young blood is very well represented on this gig, so come early and support some exciting new music.

Show starts at 7. $10

http://www.thearcagency.org for more info. Tickets are available at Redscroll Records (24 North Colony Rd, Wallingford, CT)

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