Wess Meets West, And The Traveler, Con Etiquette, City Streets Country Roads

Drinkdeeply Presents

Wess Meets West

And The Traveler

Con Etiquette

City Streets Country Roads

Sat, April 8, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$6.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Wess Meets West
Wess Meets West
Wess Meets West is an instrumental electronic infused rock band from CT. Initially, Wess Meets West was intended to be solely an electronic music project by Sam Stauff (My Holy Ghost, A Paper Tugboat). The project stayed this way until 2008 when bassist Bryan Gottshall and drummer Jesse Vengrove were recruited enabling the project to become a live band. In early 2010, bassist Erick Alfisi (ex-Forget Paris, A Paper Tugboat) and drummer Brian DiCrescenzo (ex-The Ghost Sonata, The Attending) joined to keep the project going in a live setting. With new members came a new sound and a new direction for the band. The culmination of these factors is the band's newest endeavor, "Chevaliers". "Chevaliers" is the band's most expansive effort, combining the creative influence of all the members, past and present, while pushing the sound to its furthest limitations. The ever-expanding lineup has recently grown to include Mike Howard and Nick Robinson. Wess Meets West will continue to explore new musical territories and tour the northeast in 2012.
And The Traveler
And The Traveler
Drawing influences from bands such as The Mars Volta, RX Bandits, The Dear Hunter and Thrice, And The Traveler, is a four piece rock outfit from Westchester New York. The band has had 2 releases since forming in 2010. In 2014 Adam Raymonda (Guitar and Vocals) and Harold Beltre (Bass and Vocals) joined the band filling out the sound and live show. To see And The Traveler is to be invited to join in, sing, dance, and feel a true vibe and experience.
Con Etiquette
Con Etiquette
Post Hardcore/ Alternative Rock/ Post-Rock.
City Streets Country Roads
City Streets Country Roads
CSCR is a four piece grunge folk band from New Britain CT. They are a DIY band by nature, but have been working with a producer for the past few months to release their first full length album into the jungle of internet and pressing. From the bands conception two years ago, they've been local support for Kevin Devine, The Alternate Routes, River City Extension, Langhorne Slim, and Jarrod Gorbel of the Honorary Title, as well as playing countless local shows in most every county in CT. This summer they are touring from the 19 to 26th of August spreading their final DIY release.