Fete Music Hall Presents
with Caverns, Plastic Angels & Young Other
Tuesday, November 14th
Doors: 7:00 PM
Tickets: ADV $12 • DOS $14
Robb Torres, front-man of Robbery Inc, has always been about testing his diverse limits. The accomplished guitarist, and former member of the alt-rock band TRAPT, draws from his varied sonic roots while continually evolving as he moves to the front of the stage. Torres was ready for something that would test his limits not only as a songwriter and guitarist, but also a lyricist and singer.
Enter: Robbery Inc.
Torres shows his prowess by blending his raw vocals and poignant lyrics with his massive rock guitar sound and masterful solos. Jonah Wei-Haas expands the sound playing both bass and keys, moving in and out of the foreground masterfully, while Matt Camgros lays down a relentless rock groove on the drums with polished fills and solos. Together, the trio delivers a certain layered, head-nodding flavor of blues-infused rock that sticks in the listener's head well after the song has ended, satisfying rock fans of all sub-genres.
Rock is alive and well, and Robbery Inc is solid proof.
Vocals, Guitar / Robb Torres
Bass, Keys / Jonah Wei-Haas
Drums / Matt Camgros
Since the release of Caverns' critically acclaimed debut “Tonche EP”, they have been described as “little terrors that have a knack for toe-curling guitar lines, and heavy psychedelic grooves”(TWELV), and have landed dozens of noteworthy gigs on both coasts.
Hailing from Cape Cod, Ma, Plastic Angels consists of Jeff Lawson and Bethany Lawson. The duo met in July of 2013 and began writing music soon after. The result was a debut EP titled "Love in Hell" (2014) released under the band name Angry Ginger. Soon after the release, Angry Ginger and Bethany were nominated for four Limelight Music Awards; (runner up) New Artist of the Year, (runner up) Female Vocalist of the Year 2015, (nominated) Live Act of the Year and (nominated) Female Vocalist of the Year 2016. The EP received airplay all over New England as Jeff and Bethany promoted as an acoustic songwriting duo
In May 2016, the duo went to Brooklyn, NY to record with Grammy nominated producers Joel Hamilton and Francisco Botero (Highly Suspect, Pretty Lights, Aaron Neville) at Studio G Brooklyn. Showcasing a more alternative sound, the duo changed their name to Plastic Angels and released 'Kings of the World' in 2016. The EP recieved positive reviews with the Noise Boston, and Pete Silva of Soundcheck WHJY calling it "one of the finest indie releases to hit the airwaves this year." After traveling to NAMM 2017, Plastic Angels enlisted the talents of Rick Barry (bass) and Richard (Dickie) Buck (drums) to help complete their current line up. They are currently writing their next EP and performing throughout New England and the northeast.