Sep 10, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM

Day: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $10
Day Of Show Price: $12
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The Features
Indie rock / pop from Nashville, TN.

www.thefeatures.com
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RXP's Colorado Native Showcase with Sound Studies
RXP's Colorado Native Showcase with Sound StudiesSOUND|STUDIES is a Colorado Springs, CO based rock band. Motivated creatively by a wide variety of acts ranging from Randy Newman to Rage Against The Machine. SOUND|STUDIES has a very diverse set of influences that all have one thing in common – catchy hooks and raw, unfiltered lyrics.

Brandon Metz and Ryan May began making music together in 1995 – before they were even able to drive. Addicted to writing music, the two amassed a large collection of songs in their first 6 years of playing together in their original band, leer. Disbanding in 2001, the two would continue to play music in different parts of the country, eventually returning to Colorado Springs in 2012 where they would form their next musical project, SOUND|STUDIES in August of 2012.

Best described as a rock band with alternative roots, SOUND|STUDIES music is dynamic. Overdriven guitars may populate one song while the next features slow, tremolo laced riffs. Brandon’s lyrics are clever, emotional and often peppered with sarcasm. Each song tells a story, many are true, some are fiction – all inspired by life. Currently performing as a three-piece, their live sound is full, powerful and articulate.

The band is finishing it’s debut EP titled “late nights, early mornings” that it will release in December of 2013.

http://www.soundstudiesmusic.com
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Get Along
Get AlongGet Along is the musical alias of Nicholas and Cara Yañez. Their quirky take on electronic instruments, punk rock enthusiasm, and soul music create a novel sound – one with a subtle maturity for a couple of twenty-somethings. Cara’s classically trained voice packs a punch, leading an energetic pace set by her husband’s thumping beats and synth heavy melodies. The duo has a knack for venturing into different realms of sound to reflect their feelings of love, loss, frustration, and life as aspiring artists. US Represented agrees, telling readers that “although they are classified as ‘indie’ (the band) have such a breadth of techniques that classifying them is difficult”; and The Independent calls Get Along “One of the most original bands to come out of the Front Range”. The bands authentic take on music isn’t left to the studio, however, offering an energetic and unpredictable live show. The Scene offers up this summation "The two contrasting sounds meshed together like Yin and Yang, creating a sense of serenity within an adrenaline filled background. Both Cara and Nick jumped around with such energy that the audience had no choice but to join them”. Get Along looks to share their music with the masses; which would cause a lot of jumping. Exercise is good.
http://www.getalongmusic.com/
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