A Darker Bright, Robbers, Tape, SummerCatz, Green

A Darker Bright

Robbers

Tape

SummerCatz

Green

Saturday, May 11

Doors: 7:45 pm / Show: 8:15 pm

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

  • Tape - 8:15
  • SummerCatz - 9:00
  • A Darker Bright - 9:45
  • Green - 10:35
  • Robbers - 11:45

A Darker Bright
A Darker Bright
A Darker Bright formed in the fall of 2017 out of ashes of musical and personal decline. Bands and relationships had fallen apart but best friends Scott Czerwonka (lead guitar/vocals), Geoff Prather (lead vocals/guitar/synth), and Bryan Smith (bass/vocals/keys) kept gathering to write and play through the doldrums. Eventually, at just the right time Christian McDonald (percussion/vocals) was introduced to the fold and the fit was perfect. Christian’s skills on the kit and general optimism and stoke was just the missing component and the four became fast friends. Suddenly, they had a band, and already there were songs formed and forming. The spectrum of sound could now go far and wide: garnering comparisons of Jimmy Eat World mixed with the Cure to Phoenix playing with Band of Horses. The music felt right so the fellas charged hard through the winter and put out their first EP Escape to end the year on an upswing.
In 2018 they continued to write new material and they played as many shows as they could land as a baby rock n'roll band in the hyper competitive city of angels.
In 2019 they're once again charging hard: playing as many shows as they can and also furiously working on recording their debut album, which they’re releasing later in the year.
Robbers
Robbers
The alternative rock band "Robbers" made a debut with the release of their demo named "Despite Every Minor Observation", which led them to Texas to participate in the 2018 edition of the SXSW festival as well as having an Austin residency performing at important venues from the city such as Barracuda and Hotel Vegas helping them spread their music on the local scene of the Capital of the Live Music in the world.

Making a tour around Mexico in 2018 and playing in relevant cities for the country and Latin America such as Mexico City made possible for them being noticed by Music Press such as Noisey. Their live show has been reviewed both as "energetic" and "one live act that you should not miss."

In 2019 they are releasing their first EP called "Endless Perspectives".
Tape
Tape
Tape is a new band cultivated from the heart of the south bay scene to bring you a sound of their own. A powerhouse lead by a driving female vocalist.
SummerCatz
SummerCatz
Green
Green
Green is blues/rock band formed in Los Angeles CA. The idea is to make a combined the sounds of the good old blues and the new digital effects of our era.
With our debut album “Green”, we present a concept based in life itself, life situations with a hint of a spiritual awakening message. The project has a feel of chill vibes combined with tasteful blues guitar licks along groovy and sticky rhythms. The overall message from this album is trying to spread the word of being free, finding and accepting ourselves despite what other people say. Songs cover topics such as love/relationships based on some of the band members experiences with language that everyone can relate to.
From tracks like “Slow Blues” and “Crawling” that delve into breaking through the noise of thoughts and fear in order for us to pursue our dreams and goals. To the first single “Time Machine” that expresses in a futuristic way the “moving on” process from within the eyes of someone stuck in the past, without being able to go forward because of a significant other. This album brings some bluesy grooves like “Albert” and the upbeat “Feels Like Rain” that talk about relationship situations.
This album is made up of eight songs reflecting on multiple areas of life. The biggest influences that drive and shape the sound of the music are Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, PinkFloyd, Jimi Hendrix, Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys and Jack White, among many others.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/