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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024


with ColorMeKrazy!, Old Brier, Karnival

Time: 8:00PM

Admission: $12

Doors: 7:00PM

It’s the genre-bending ONTOLOGICS, all the way from Providence.  It’s gonna be a fun night.  We’re kickin’ it with Raleigh’s own ColorMeKrazy!, Old Brier, and Karnival.

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Ontologics is an experimental, multi-instrumentalist duo that has been recognized for fusing genres like progressive rock, hip-hop, electronica, and jazz with sharp lyricism and an explosive live presence. Based in Providence, RI, the duo features singer/songwriter, Ian Campopiano and drummer, Matthew Walshe. Ontologics upcoming album (LP IV / 2.23.24) features Andrew Morris of Indiana (Berklee Alum) on drums. 

Their latest release, LP IV, It’s Safe To Say The Veil Is Thinning (Release Date: 2/23/24) features the return of P-NUT / Aaron Wills of 311 for the third consecutive record.

Prior to working with Ontologics on LP III, P-NUT collaborated on their sophomore album, on track “Primal Discourse”, and previously said of the duo, “they turned this song into like a science fiction masterpiece. And if we can’t beat that, I think we should just do a cover of their song” – P-Nut, popdose.com interview, referencing the “Go” Demo.

Ontologics’ have had three Top 30  consecutive albums on the Relix Magazine/ Jambands.com national college radio chart for over three consecutive months and breaking the Top 10 with both records. The band achieved outstanding success on national specialty radio, reaching #16 on the FMQB Top 200 SubModern chart and #11 on the Alternative Specialty singles chart (KKBB). Albums, Something To Needle Over, and Drones From Home have received scores of reviews and features noting their eclectic artistic depth and exploration of genre blurring.

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The brainchild of a bedroom-pop artist & an ex-scene kid, ColorMeKrazy! is a collective of musicians/maniacs hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina.

In 2023, vocalist & producer Mia Brunal teamed up with guitarist & recording engineer Tom Detrick to meld the saccharine aesthetic & sensibilities of modern hyperpop artists (Brakence, 100 Gecs, Charlie XCX) with the powerful, dark, scream-crying-in-the-rain-angst of yesteryear’s emo titans (My Chemical Romance, Senses Fail, Taking Back Sunday) into a brand new, never before heard sound. Dotingly, they call this new genre “Hyper-Rock.”

Soon after the band’s inception, their musical path collided with that of another duo, consisting of producer/drummer Zach Gehr, & guitarist/creative visionary Drew Hutchins & the rest is history.

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Old Brier is an Indie Rock band from Raleigh, North Carolina. Started by five friends in a storage unit, Old Brier has a heavy, experimental sound inspired by alternative rock artists like Manchester Orchestra, Microwave, and The Foo Fighters.

You can find Old Brier playing at local venues in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area.

Lead singer and songwriter, Tristan McGee, is a storyteller, spinning narrative into the surprisingly introspective songs. Paired with a guitar heavy sound, Old Brier is a unique and fresh take on Indie Rock. While their music is not only an interesting listen – with unexpected changes and thought-provoking lyrics – it is even better experienced live to capture the fullness of the band’s sound and energy. Old Brier’s chemistry and charisma is a joy to watch and brings you back to the heart of what it means to be a band – rocking out for the love of music!

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“Karnival (formerly known as Omkar Apte) is a young and upcoming artist from Raleigh, North Carolina. Using influences from Bollywood and hip hop, music he grew up with, Karnival continues to make bangers on the daily. Karnival has received praise from many of the greats, including Kanye, pre-“The Idol” The Weeknd, pre and post-RICO Thugger, and Travis Scott.

(Community Notes: Neither of the artists listed above have ever heard of Karnival and there has been no record of any praise given, before or after their crimes. They will one day tho)”

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