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  • Umphrey's McGee

    Aug 30, 2018

  • Descendents

    Sep 14, 2018

  • Lewis Black

    Sep 15, 2018

  • Chromeo

    Sep 21, 2018

  • Future Islands

    Sep 23, 2018

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Umphrey's McGee

August 30, 2018

Blurring the lines between alternative rock, jazz, funk, metal, bluegrass and other genres still, Umphrey's McGee exploded out of the contemporary Jam Scene in the late Nineties with an inimitable fusion of improvisation and progressive rock that was influenced by the likes of King Crimson, Yes, Pink Floyd and Frank Zappa.

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Descendents

September 14, 2018

Californian punk rock band Descendents continue to tour in support of their seventh studio album Hypercaffium Spazzinate, the first since their 2004 album Cool to Be You. The band have been going strong since launching in 1977 and since officially recording from 1980 have now released three live albums, three compilation albums, and three EPs, providing inspiration to later punk bands including Blink 182 and Fall Out Boy.

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Lewis Black

September 15, 2018

The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic, who can cause you to laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. Famed for his angry persona on both stage and cable, including The Daily Show as a special, albeit enraged special guest. Hi frequent trademarks include comedic yelling and animated finger-pointing as he skewers everything and anybody that grinds his gears.

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Chromeo

September 21, 2018

Electro-funk duo Chromeo formed in Montreal in the early 21st century, a project of former hip hop producers Dave One and Pee Thug (news flash: not their given names!). Dave handled guitars and vocals; Pee was the talkbox-wielding synth specialist.

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Future Islands

September 23, 2018

Up until 2014, Future Islands were an acclaimed, but lesser known synth-pop band from Baltimore, but that all changed with their appearance on David Letterman's Late Show. Not only was lead singer Samuel Herring's dancing the stuff that memes' dreams are made of, but the song they played, 'Seasons (Waiting on You)', was obviously something special. Later named by Pitchfork as the best track of the year, 'Seasons' proved to be the band's breakthrough, and they now stand as one of the indie world's most respected groups.

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