Pace House, The Human Circuit, The Murder of Jane Crow
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Math Rock from Gadsden / Jacksonville, AL
Pace House started in Alabama as a trio featuring Paul Costa and Mason Paris on vocals and guitars, along with Taylor Adams on 6-string bass. Later in 2014, the addition of drummer Elliot Russo made Pace House a quartet. The initial songs were penned mostly by Costa, but the others added so much to the sound that the final product truly became a group effort. Eclectic just barely describes their intricate, tight sound. Some refer to Pace House music as math rock / fusion with pop sensibilities. Adams and Russo are also featured in a power trio with Adams on guitar, Russo on drums and bassist Nick Shaw from Black Crown Initiate and Invalids. This project is known as Mount Vesuvius Death March, and their eponymous debut recording is also featured on Pandora. Newly created music is constantly being added to the Pace House playlist and they are currently laying down tracks for their new album,
‘Forever Existing Place’."
The Human Circuit
Alt-Rock Psych-Pop from Austin TX
The Human Circuit is an independent, Pysch-Pop, Alt-Rock band from Austin, Texas with catchy orchestral grooves ranging from the mystic vibes of David Bowie to the intricate arrangements of Arcade Fire.
"Electric City" (12 Track LP) was self-released and independently charted Top 200 (#95) on the North American College and Community radio charts which led to a lot of music festivals and touring.
The Human Circuit has an impressive collection of music videos and was recently nominated for the "Keeping it Weird/Best Experimental" music video award by Austin Music Video Festival.
The Human Circuit has performed with bands such as; The Zombies, The Octopus Project, Hikes, Boogarins, The Peach Kings, Smoke Season, Calliope Musicals, and Ringo Deathstarr and more.
Having come this far as an unsigned band is extremely encouraging and has built even more strength and inspiration.
The Murder of Jane Crow
Classically-inspired gypsy ballads from Birmingham AL
Though newcomers to the Birmingham music scene, The Murder of Jane Crow are ruffling feathers throughout the community with their distinct and unique sonic amalgamation of goth, cabaret, classical music and gypsy storytelling, at once theatrical and deeply personal. Fans have lauded the group for their delightfully expressive, gutsy, unashamed, and powerful presence. Electric violist Mollie McFarland and backing vocalists Jane Grace and September Reed support pianist and composer Jane Crow as they soar together into the euphoric emotional highs of true love and happiness, only to swoop back down again into the depths of depression and despair. The Murder of Jane Crow will be releasing their debut EP in 2016.
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