Fete Music Hall & Manifest Entertainment Present
with The Slum Raisins, Mease
Friday, March 2nd
Doors: 9:30 PM
Ross Jenssen is a power trio for the modern age. Sam McGarrity (Guitar), Brian Ross (Bass), and Jules Jenssen (Drums) compose “Cinematic Heavy Future Groove” that plays like the score to a crazy dream. Using unorthodox textures, progressive compositions, and of course, shred, Ross Jenssen creates HEAVY TUNES FOR HEAVY TIMES.
The Slum Raisins
The Slum Raisins are a 4 piece group from Boston. With an influences ranging from funk, to electronica, to metal, the four musicians work together to create best driven grooves. In true jamming fashion, The Slum Raisins incorporate lots of dancable improv into their sets to create new moods and to transition between songs. The Slum Raisins have a sizable catalog of original material, and are always working in new and unexpected cover
Mainly inspired by bands such as Phish and The Grateful Dead,Mease puts its own spin on the jam, with a fusion of roots music and pure psychadelia taking you on a cosmic American journey. Having shared the stage with the likes of Redman, Members of Twiddle, Sierra Leone Refugee Allstars and Elise Testone, Mease is quickly spreading to each corner of New England. Guitarist/Vocalist Nick Stone's lyrics can chill the hardest of bones. Drummer, Drew Doyon and guitarist, Louie Ferro are masters of the feel and play off each others energy immensely; add bassist Chris Caduto and vocalist/guitarist Kyle Hoegen and you have a funky concoction of funk and blues and psychedelic ecstasy tapping into your 'Technicolor Brain Stem'