Knitting Factory Presents
Scale The Summit
Trioscapes, Mean Little Blanket
361 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
Doors 7:30PM / Show 8:30PM
This event is all ages
Scale The Summit
SCALE THE SUMMIT has cemented their position as young mavericks (the quartet boasts an average age of 22) with their blend of organic and melodic instrumental music. Already on a number of "most anticipated releases of 2009" lists, Carving Desert Canyons builds upon the band's self-released debut, Monument, with crisper production and songwriting that has grown exponentially over the past three years.
In 2004, guitarists Chris Letchford and Travis LeVrier moved to Los Angeles to attend the Musicians Institute where they met drummer Pat Skeffington. Several months later, the band was completed with the addition of Jordan Eberhardt, While attending M.I. Chris and Travis also attended a luthier course, where the duo learned to build their own custom guitars.
Trioscapes started in the summer of 2011 when Dan Briggs (Between the
Buried and Me) contacted Walter Fancourt (Casual Curious, Brand New
Life) and Matt Lynch (Eyris) about working up a rendition of the
Mahavishnu Orchestra classic "Celestial Terrestrial Commuters" and
messing around with a few original ideas with the intent of playing a
one-off show. After rehearsing the material and playing the show
though the group decided the music was so demanding and fun to preform
that there should be more of a future for it. A few more songs were
written near the end of the summer and a full length album recorded
the first week of October with Jamie King in Winston-Salem, NC. Mixing
is underway and a release and future shows are being planned.
Mean Little Blanket
Mean Little Blanket has ascended from the heavens in the arms of cherubs.They have arrived fully prepared to sacrifice their lives for a better world as long as the world is willing to rock. A group of fine young gentlemen that are influenced by things of culture. Drawing from the sounds of; ear-candy,Bass,Hi-Hat,Snare,Living underneath a club. Never has music been this honest.