Live music w/ Company Car ~ Pebble Theory ~ Farewell Typewriter (Indie)
When: Thu, October 21
“Company Car’s songs don’t sound like tiresome philosophy lectures, even if the bandmates can discuss who kicks more ass, Alexander Pope or John Locke. Rather, the San Francisco quartet makes a thunderous noize that churns faster than an Amish kid on trucker speed, harkening back to groups like Fugazi, Sunny Day Real Estate, and Braid. We’re talking about players who are equally attuned to the worlds of metal and classical, with just enough pop in their veins.” – Noise Pop [website]
Pebble Theory emerges from the eclectic San Francisco scene to offer a music style firmly rooted in pre-subgenre rock. Passionate, intelligent and compelling, Pebble Theory provides a sound that is both thought provoking and truly enjoyable to listen to.
Eros Resmini (vocalist, rhythm guitar), Tim Pryde (lead guitar), Drew U’Ren (percussion) and Nick Massaro (bass) successfully adapt their diverse instrumental styles into a smooth transformation of past influence and individual musicianship.
Pebble Theory Released their 3rd Album “Something Better” in June 2009. “Something Better” offers a mature, inventive, and groove-enticing sound; focused on a reflective and innovative compositional style.
They support original music and musicians who persevere to actively pursue its
continual growth. [website]
Farewell Typewriter is Grant Shellen [vocals, guitar], Jason Countryman [bass, vocals], Audie Roldan [guitar, keyboards, percussion], and Steve Slater [drums, vocals]. Together, they have rocked many of the great indie stages and have played great clubs such as Cafe du Nord, Red Devil Lounge, Bottom of the Hill, Hotel Utah and The Uptown Club, always to great reaction from fans & strangers alike. Their songs are influenced by music that spans several genres, but contains several key elements: solid melodies, interesting arrangements and memorable sounds. [website]