Calendar of Events

February 2022
February 25, 2022
Brian Ember / SVE / Falconeer
Show Starts:
9:00 pm
Show End:
11:55 pm
Doors will open approximately 30minutes prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
10
Ages
21
and up allowed
About the Show and the Artist:

Entry to this show requires proof of vaccine by card, photo or a negative test result within 48 hours of show time.

Brian Ember

Brian Ember has been slathering New Haven with his soulful baroque pop for the past decade as the singer and songwriter for the string quartet rock band, The Tet Offensive. On the heels of his solo album release (minus a pandemic year), Brian premieres his second video off the album, The New Chastity, and the first time Ember will play with a full band. Come hear tunes off the first album, as well as new songs soon to be released.

Shellye Valauskas Experience

 

Based in the New Haven area, The Shellye Valauskas Experience writes meticulously crafted power pop songs, with an emphasis on “power.” The songs hearken back to the finer moments of the 1970’s and 1980’s and are filled with sparkling melodies powered by sharp and often jangly electric guitars; think Big Star, The Raspberries and Aimee Mann. SVE’s latest release, History of Panic, is a collection of catchy choruses, swirly guitars and melodies that instantly draw you in and satisfy on every level

The band has shared the stage with numerous notable performers including The Posies, Juliana Hatfield, Freedy Johnston, Amy Rigby, Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey, Kristin Hersh, Todd Rundgren, Melissa Ferrick, Ivy, Patty Griffin, Pat Benatar, Mike Viola, Shane Nicholson and Mary Lou Lord to name a few.
 
 

Falconeer is an audio/visual project bringing the spectacle back to live music in New Haven, Connecticut. Blending over the top synth pop and retro game influences, Falconeer builds on vintage synthesizers, modified videogame consoles, and a bit of tongue-in-cheek nostalgia for hyperbolic electronic hits of the 80s to make a sound somewhere between Kraftwerk and LCD Soundsystem. As a performance Falconeer uses mechanized sounds, but the human element never leaves the equation. All of the songs have a goal, and the whole production is carried out by one man, live on stage, with arena-sized production values scaled for the modern music venue. The culmination of years of experimentation with electronics and chasing classic sounds, Falconeer began in earnest in 2017 with a collection of animated and constantly moving tracks that conjure dreams of electric sheep.