Friends At The Falls, Shiffley, Tye, Kasador

Friends At The Falls

Shiffley

Tye

Kasador

Wed · June 7, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Friends At The Falls
Friends At The Falls
Birthed in Mahopac, New York, Friends at the Falls is composed of Jake Stam on vocals and guitar, Matt Montgomery on drums, Don Senese on the keys, and Dan Walsh on bass. Together, these four individuals makeup more than just a band, they are four creative minds and five talented souls that come together to make one cohesive sound. A sound that is unique due to all of the memories these contemporaries share.

Off stage, the boys of Friends at the Falls are infamous for jumping off cliffs, sleeping on rooftops, and narfing down slices of ZA. Couple their uniform love for adventure with a mutual appreciation for artists such as The Killers, Coldplay, and Bruce Springsteen— you’ll get a beautiful thriller, one that has you sprinting up ocean side bluffs one day to playing a show at Webster Hall the next.
Kasador
For the past three years, Kasador (formerly the Will Hunter Band) has been bringing their blend of Canadian indy rock to cities across Ontario and Quebec. Birthed from the acoustic styling of frontman Will Hunter, the group has evolved into an electric entity that has crowds closing the gap to the monitors wherever they go. With a sound built around powerful, catchy choruses, the band keeps audiences swaying and singing from the first chord to the last.

This energetic stage show has captured the attention of fans and promoters alike, and has placed Kasador on bills with such Canadian greats as Arkells, Two Hours Traffic, July Talk, and USS. Coupled with an appearance at the 2014 Wolfe Island Music Festival, and upcoming appearances at Canadian Music Week (Toronto) and Turtle Music Festival (Parry Sound), Kasador is a young act on the rise.

Their inaugural EP release, Last Summer (2014), was recorded at the Bathouse recording studio outside Kingston, ON, and was produced by Rob Baker of The Tragically Hip. The recording encapsulates the energy that defines their live performances, while the studio setting enabled the band to disassemble aspects of their sound. The resulting songs display a cohesive, tightened edge, leaving fans expectantly awaiting the next offering.
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/