SCOWL BROW – Tickets – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC – November 16th, 2018

SCOWL BROW

Neighborhood Theatre & MaxxMusic present

SCOWL BROW

Modern Primitives, Violent Life Violent Death, Evergone

Fri 11/16

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Neighborhood Theatre

$10 adv/$12 dos

This event is 18 and over

$3 Under 21 Surcharge at Door (Valid ID required for entry into venue. Under 18 permitted with parent.)

Accepted forms of ID: State Issued ID or Driver's License, Military ID, Passport.

SCOWL BROW
SCOWL BROW
With the state of tired, humdrum, woe is me indie rock plaguing the airwaves it’s hard to find any glimmer of hope on the horizon. Shining like a beacon is Scowl Brow. Starting as the brainchild of singer/ songwriter Robbie Hale Scowl Brow is a powerful and honest approach to a genre that has been lacking substance for quite some time. With his prolific songwriting skills in tow Hale recruited veteran musician Joshua Taddeo to fill the slot as Drummer which cements the relentless thundering back beat of Scowl Brow. After several lineup changes with multiple bass players the boys in Scowl Brow chose another veteran musician in Justin Driscoll to give the three piece, finally, a sense of strong continuity. With their line up firmly in place Scowl Brow’s ready to take on the world. Robbie Hale’s poignant look into a life less ordinary and Taddeo and Driscoll's hammering rhythms Scowl Brow maintains a strong punk ethos with a pop sensibility that is unparalleled with most bands out today. Scowl Brows music gives the sense that it’s dangerous and could fall apart at any minute but there’s a heart beating beneath all that angst that makes it warm and accommodating which makes it special.
Modern Primitives
Modern Primitives
Modern Primitives have been growling around the Charlotte scene since 2011, honing their techniques by focusing on their prolific live performances. Their sound is a premium blend of loose psychedelia, wild rock, and just the right amount of boozy, hungover blues. These personalities work as one, culminating in the smirking, melted madness between garage glam and psych-rock.

As their name suggests, Modern Primitives have an aware unpretentiousness, yet have shared the stage with bands such as Of Montreal, Clear Plastic Masks, Mona, Miniature Tigers, and The Melvins. They're the common man working out the wonders of life through good ol'fashioned rock'n'roll, and who in these times can't relate to opening up a cheap beer and having a few laughs?

Guitarist Travis Phillips carves intricate grooves that delicately balance raggedy unsophistication with an endearingly classic style, cleverly mimicking the duality of the iconic America plain white t-shirt he's normally seen in. Subtle and patient, drummer Phillip Gripper reins in each careening note, driving fastidiously through the dangerous, winding tracks. These days the Modern Primitives are taking their music up a notch with the acquisition of their newest member, bassist Tim Nhu. The addition of Nhu's talents has quickly provided the band with a newfound definition and platform for songs to lurch off of. With this new confidence, the Modern Prims have put out their first music video 'Lay with the Dead', a demented dance with the devil himself accented by fuzzed-out chords, sneering vocals and just the right amount of creepiness.
Violent Life Violent Death
Violent Life Violent Death
Scott Cowan - Throat,
Joseph Benham - Shred,
Matt Alexander - Shred,
Justin Campbell - Thunder,
David Holquin - Skins
Evergone
Evergone
Born of emotions as raw as waves crashing against a rocky shore, Evergone has a sound that cannot be denied!
Venue Information:
Neighborhood Theatre
511 East 36th Street
Charlotte, NC, 28205
http://www.neighborhoodtheatre.com/

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