Eros and the Eschaton
506 W. Franklin St
Chapel Hill, NC, 27516
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
Night Moves consists of 4 experienced musicians that reside in Central Illinois. The group has played Central Illinois clubs, fairs, and festivals. Classic rock, Southern Rock, and Blues make up the usual set lists at most perfomances. On occasion the group will draw from the vast archives of musical styles in the collective memory banks of the musicians. This band plays requests and is one of the few bands around that still plays slow songs. The band plays dance music and will fill the dance floor at most shows. Night Moves was formed originally as a 5 piece band with the intention of playing music because they love playing music. As of 2008 Night Moves became a 4 piece band playing music on weekends for the enjoyment of all that listen. In 2005 this band won the Channing Award at the Trazfest Music Awards(award for professionalism). Night moves will bring a high powered light show as well as butt kicking music!
Eros and the Eschaton
Bar/None Records is thrilled to announce the signing of North Carolina duo, Eros and the Eschaton. The venerable New Jersey indie label will release the band's debut full-length record this summer.
Eros and the Eschaton is Kate Perdoni and Adam Hawkins, backed by a group of friends when performing live. The two met in Omaha, Nebraska with Perdoni performing solo as Katey Sleeveless and Hawkins as It's True!. Touring together, each taking a turn off stage to watch their baby boy, Eros was born after one such show in Greensboro, North Carolina. Feeling it was as good a place as any, they rented a house and began writing songs together, inspired by their new child, their new life, and their new location.
With a sound that brings elements of My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and Yo La Tengo, filtered through a bright-eyed view, Eros and the Eschaton self-released two singles in 2012, began touring whenever possible and caught the ears of Bar/None through a session with Love Drunk Studio in conjunction with Hear Nebraska, whose Andrew Norman said, "As a couple and as a band, Kate Perdoni and Adam Hawkins stand brave and vulnerable... strong enough and ready to tackle whatever comes."