Fete Music Hall Presents
with Sun Of Sound, The Morgana Phase & Junro
Friday, October 18th
Doors: 7:00 PM
** All Ticket Sales Are Final **
Professor Caffeine & The Insecurities
Once upon a time (er, the year 2014) in the mythical land of the South Shore, a bunch of nerds who could play instruments got drunk together and decided to start a band. Calling on cumulative influences ranging from the 2000's emo & post-hardcore scenes to classic 70's progressive rock, the music began to take shape. A few years, two records, some covers of your favorite tunes, and thousands of beers later Professor Caffeine & the Insecurities is continuing to tear up the whatever-you-wanna-call-it scene in Boston with a signature combination of erratic progressive hardcore and post-emo singalong worthy rock and roll
Sun Of Sound
Sun of Sound is a 5-piece hip hop band based in Providence, RI/Boston, MA. With their eclectic blend of hip hop and rock, they have been building a following throughout Rhode Island and Southeast Massachusetts since 2010. In 2012, they were accepted into the semi-finals of the 95.5 WBRU Rock Hunt in Providence, RI and received significant radio airplay, becoming the #1 most requested song on-air for multiple weeks and remaining in the top 12 for several more. In 2013 they were nominated for best hip-hop act in Rhode Island by Motif Magazine and opened for national acts such as Talib Kweli, Hollywood Undead, Schematic, and Nappy Roots. In June of 2013 they will be releasing their debut EP “Post Hip Hop” which was recorded with Scott Riebling (Letters to Cleo, Fallout Boy, Cobra Starship, Metro Station, etc.) and mixed by Joe Mabbot (Atmosphere, Minus the Bear, Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, etc.).
The Morgana Phase
The Morgana Phase have a story to tell. One that weaves distant images of a foreign universe with high-stakes conflicts, supernatural abilities, romance, deceit and coming of age. The five piece progressive alternative rock group began this journey with their debut album “I: Godspeed Into the Fire” and have now delved much further into this science fiction adventure saga with the follow up full-length “II: The Eyes of Time”.
The band uses lyrical, melodic and rhythmic themes to tell these tales, drawing musical influence from artists such as Coheed & Cambria, The Dear Hunter, Circa Survive and Protest the Hero, but creating a soundscape that is distinctly their own. This unique sound paired with a high energy live performance has propelled the band to headlining their own shows in their hometown of Providence, RI, as well as sharing the stage with national acts such as Polyphia, Tilian of Dance Gavin Dance, A Lot Like Birds, I the Mighty, Tides of Man and many more.
Junro deliver a complex sound while remaining accessible in taste and catering to a variety of genres, embracing the elements of progressive rock, 90s alternative and metal. This idea is reflected in the band’s own view on the release.
Speaking about Throwing Stones, Junro frontman Dave Nelson said: 'Each of us in the band have different musical tastes and influences, and we’ve poured those inspirations into Throwing Stones, to create music that will appeal to all kinds of rock subcultures. We’re aiming for the central idea that broad, fun, catchy rock doesn’t have to be the same thing over and over. It can be infused with progressive elements and technical subtly without alienating anyone. It can sound like something new and something familiar at the same time. Throwing Stones offers a little something for everyone.'