Dizgo & Organ Freeman
6259 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN, 46220
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Dizgo is a four-piece jam band from Bloomington, IN. Since their formation in 2016, the band has built a strong following in the Midwest, packing rooms and building a buzz in the festival circuit. Known for their electrifying performances, Dizgo reels in fans with their unique blend of funky, electronic rock - shredding guitar, synth driven grooves and accessible vocals.
While the band takes its format from classic organ trios, Organ Freeman transcends this conventional classification. The three-piece composed of guitarist Erik Carlson, drummer Rob Humphreys, and organist Trevor Steer is primarily rooted in jazz and funk, however the three-piece is unafraid to draw from other genres, sometimes working in propulsive drum ‘n’ bass beats or landing in hard and heavy guitar riffs. Made up of professional studio musicians in Los Angeles, the group came together with the goal to create as much sound as humanly possible from a trio. Rife with synths and layered sounds and no stranger to experimentation, the project has taken the idea of the organ trio and brought it into the future.
Known for their in-the-pocket grooves, tight-laced musicianship, and unrelenting energy, Organ Freeman has only just begun to break out. With the release of 2017’s critically acclaimed ‘Respect My Art’, the band further honed their progressive sound, pushing themselves to go bigger and expand upon their dynamic and fresh compositions. You can catch Organ Freeman on tour, at high-profile events like Summer Camp and The Peach Music Festival, or at iconic venues like The Capitol Theatre and Red Rocks.