Gene Bakers' "Band Nightmares" Live

Do these bands have what it takes to make it? Gene Baker finds out in "Band Nightmares" Live !

Gene Bakers' "Band Nightmares" Live

Fernanda and the Ephemeral, Human Flourishing

Thu, June 6, 2019

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

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Gene Bakers' "Band Nightmares" Live
Gene Bakers' "Band Nightmares" Live
From Los Angeles to Brooklyn and back, pop sensation and cultural paragon Gene Baker has been in the music business for over 30 years. Now that he has terminated his contract with Universal Records, Gene presents to you a new reality TV show. In Band Nightmares, Gene steps up to help New Haven based bands fix their sound.

How well did he succeed? Find out now on the first live episode of Band Nightmares!
Fernanda and the Ephemeral
Fernanda and the Ephemeral
The limits of humanity have been reached. The world is seeking a soothing balm to heal the wounds of modern time. We find our hero Fernanda standing at the precipice, ready to use the power of The Ephemeral to heal the world one note at a time.
Human Flourishing
Human Flourishing
Biography
Human Flourishing explores the spiritual connectivity between people through the creation of tense sound environments in a variety of spaces. Whether located in an abandoned farm structure or a New York gallery, the audience is encapsulated by the experience happening before them; transforming the surroundings into an ethereal or satanical plane. Human Flourishing’s experimental sound horizons encourage inner reflection and spiritual connectivity to a world that seems isolated and cold.

Essentially, this is about friendship. Gregory Paul and Conor Perreault have been friends since childhood. A few years back, they were mourning the fact that they didn’t see each other enough anymore. You know how it is: work, relationships, family, people move. It’s hard to stay in touch. Their solution: schedule time to get together on a regular basis, have a home cooked meal, drinks some beers, catch up, then plug in some pedals or grab an instrument or just go near a microphone, and make some noise.

The resulting music is a celebration of fellow feeling. It’s about embracing uncertainty, loving a friend’s weirdness, exploring mistakes, and exorcising demons. The music has been called goopcore, and electronic primitivism, and worse. Their improvisations flow from harsh electronic noise to gentle acoustic strummings and back, held aloft by otherworldly ambient textures and/or simple vocal harmonies.

Though the frequency of these sessions has varied over the years, and though they’re living in different states these days, they’re still at it. Sometimes they share recordings of the fruits of their meetings online. Other times they broaden the circle and do their communion in the presence of an audience of friends and well-wishers.