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Along with peers like Sound Tribe Sector 9 and The New Deal, Los Angeles-based band Particle is one of the bands responsible for fusing elements of rock, jazz and funk along with electronica elements to create a unique style of music that has been dubbed livetronica. Founded in 2000, the group would build a name and a strong fan base for itself before entering the studio to record its debut album, Launchpad, in 2004. Known primarily as a live band, Particle concerts typically feature extended instrumental solos and vast jams that find the group dipping in and out of musical styles and straddling the genre gamut.
The Rusty Nail Bar & GrilleJanuary 10, 2015 9:00 PM
1190 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT 05672
Bradley Nowell, lead singer/songwriter for the seminal band Sublime, may have died prematurely, but the soul-filled music he wrote for Sublime lives on because of Badfish: A Tribute To Sublime. The members met while attending the University of Rhode Island in 2001; five years after Nowell's passing. The trio plays all of Sublime's timeless songs like "Santeria" and "Wrong Way." When the members of Badfish feel the urge to write original songs they perform them in the group Scotty Don't.
Karma to Burn is a U.S. rock band from Hicksville, West Virginia. The band was founded in 1993 and its first recorded songs were entirely instrumental. The group's record label insisted on a singer, so the band hired one, only to fire him after the album wasn't successful. After seven-year hiatus, the band reunited in 2009.
Born Mike Silverman, That 1 Guy is a singer/songwriter and one-man band who is known for using homemade instruments. A classically trained double bass player, Silverman began his career in music as a progressive jazz player in the 1990s. As he developed a reputation as a one-man rhythm section, he began devising his own instrument that would give him the range to create his own sound. The result was the Magic Pipe, an over seven foot tall structure of plumbing pipes, bass strings and electronics, which allowed him to go solo and adopt the moniker That 1 Guy. He released his debut album in 2009, titled Let's Hear That 1 Guy, and steadily broadened his repertoire of strange instruments.