Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
$8 ADV / $10 DOS / ALL AGES / TAVERN
Join Tweed, Electric Orange Peel, and Conscious Pilot on 11/14 at Beachland Tavern in Cleveland! More information on the bands below:
Philadelphia's funktronica powerhouse, Tweed, is filling dance floors with their high-energy fusion of funk, rock, and electronica. Just as their namesake fabric of mingling colors and textures, Tweed has interwoven a psychedelic web of high energy performance and improvisation. Their collaboration can take listeners from multi-layered visions through the psyche to sweaty, raging, disco dance parties driven by their own incessant beat. With national tours, countless festival appearances, and a uniquely cohesive sound, they have proven they can bring the fun anywhere they go.
Electric Orange Peel
Sworn enemies of musical sameness, Electric Orange Peel has been hell bent on getting outside of the box since their inception in April 2013. The four-piece has been quickly making a name for themselves across the Midwest, consistently appearing on major festival lineups like Summer Camp, Resonance, and The Werk Out.
The band has been astounding audiences show-after-show with their intricate compositions and out-of-this-world improvisation. Drummer Dylan Aughe lays down wildly complex grooves for bassist Nate Labine to texture with masterful jazz licks. Marko Manastyrskyj brings massive energy with his insane chops on the keys, and Austin Crumrine ties it all together with jaw-dropping guitar solos and mind-blowing improvisational technique.
Fresh out of the studio recording their debut album, «Seed», EOP is on a serious tear right now and is showing no signs of slowing.
Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, the original jam infused rock and roll force Conscious Pilot takes audiences aboard a sonic flight filled with evocative solos and eye-opening musicianship. Featuring Ricky Feria (Guitar/Vocals), Jake Gust (Bass/Vocals), Alex Bass (Keys/Synths), and Brian Rhodus (Drums), the band has been flying around Ohio and the Midwest, landing at concerts and festivals since 2014.