Cilience, Carbonwire, Cymos
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- Cymos - 8:15
- Cilience - 9:00
- Carbonwire - 10:45
Cilience (“Sill-ee-yence”) is an alternative rock band based in Los Angeles. "Cilience," adapted from an invented word by author John Koenig, means recognizing the potential each individual has in creating positive change, celebrating their own stories and complex lives. Their second release, Event Horizon, is a call to all people to stand for tolerance, understanding, and humanity. Their songs unite Ian Stahl's thought-provoking lyrics and distorted guitars, Janzie's hypnotic synth lines, Jason Fragoso's wailing drums, and Eric DeLuca's grooving bass lines. Together, they will get you on your feet, dancing and screaming along.
Hybridizing power, peculiarity and precision and tying them together with concision, American rock band Carbonwire brings together the essential elements of heavy metal, grunge, psychedelic rock and funk. Orchestral writing concepts, soaring melodies, driving drums and a grooving bass are fused to form the band’s own brand of rock.
Inspired by a love of powerful music the likes of Metallica, Nirvana, Devin Townsend and Pink Floyd, Carbonwire - Matthew Vistnes (24) Guitar/vocals, Adam Gross (28) Drums, Bobby Werner (21) Bass, Brandon Fall (23) Guitar - was formed in 2017 when Vistnes sought out musicians interested in creating the largest sound possible with four people. Since then, they have been playing shows around the LA area and are currently in the studio recording their debut EP slated for an early 2020 release.
The four realized that they had something special when they won over the crowd at their live debut opening up for a sold-out Whiskey a Go Go featuring hardcore band Alesana. A recent interview with VoyageLA magazine highlights Carbonwire’s focus on combining melodies with harmonically-rich, guitar-driven soundscapes and raw power.
6010 Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90035