the orpheum presents:
US, FROM OUTSIDE, These Hearts, Makari, Malaya
1915 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL, 33605
Doors 6:00PM / Show 6:00PM (event ends at 11:30 pm)
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
Broadway is a post-hardcore band from Orlando, Florida formed in 2007.
Broadway appeared in 2007 with the release of their self titled EP, recorded and produced by Lee Dyess. Broadway won The University of Central Florida’s Battle of the Bands in 2007. They have performed with national acts such as The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Mayday Parade, A Change of Pace, Four Letter Lie, Wheatus, Melee, and Rory.
US, FROM OUTSIDE
US, FROM OUTSIDE started off as a 6 piece in 2009 aspiring to bring something musically different to the table. Shorty after signing with Tragic Hero Records, they hit the studio with Joey Sturgis to release their debut album “Inspired by the Threat of Failure”.
In the beginning of the 2011 year, they toured around the country with acts such as I See Stars, In This Moment, Abandon All Ships, Close Your Eyes, and Memphis May Fire. During the month of September 2011 the guys entered the studio again to work on their second album with Taylor Larson. After parting ways with their old frontman during the first week of recording, the 5 continued to push forward. Days later, the title track of their upcoming album, “Revived” was released in response to the buzz that was created about the new line-up. The group continued in the studio to finish their dynamic and energy packed sophomore album “Revived”. The 5 piece line-up now is complete with Johnny Galivan (Vocals), Kenny Davis (Vocals/Bass), Steve Novoa (Guitar), Derek Williams (Guitar) and Ernie Slenkovich (Drums). For a young and aspiring band, US, FROM OUTSIDE thinks big and has huge plans in store for the near future.
Being “revived” as a completely new band, US, FROM OUTSIDE breaks the mold in their typical genre that will propel them in the direction of something completely new.
Makari is a progressive-rock band from South Florida, blending heartfelt lyrics with powerful melodies to create an infectious sound that is easy to enjoy and connect with.
This high energy, female fronted quintet from Tampa, FL combines a diverse range of influences including pop, alternative, progressive rock, indie, hard rock, metal, and math rock.
Vocalist Robin Carbonell and guitarist Adam Irizarry started what later became Malaya after the acquisition of drummer Dan Reitmeyer. Their first E.P. was recorded with producer Brooks Paschal (Versa Emerge, There For Tomorrow, Boyce Avenue, To Speak of Wolves) in March 2012; right about the time guitarist Dan O'Neill joined the group. The lineup was finally completed after bassist Clayton Prather was added in the following months.
Since then the band has worked very diligently at the painstaking process of collaborative writing. They continue to add shows and branch out from the Tampa scene. Keep an eye on this highly motivated alt rock outfit as they most assuredly will soon be headed to a town near you.
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