Tetramer, Post-Modern Panic
85 Arch Street
Hartford, CT, 06103
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Dan Tedesco is the quintessential modern-day troubadour, narrating the American experience in song honestly and intimately, and with a big sound to boot. A solo artist, Tedesco's stage show is framed by a minimalist production that finds him belting out folk-spiced rockers from behind both acoustic and electric guitars while foot-stomping percussion rounds out many of the arrangements—this is one solo artist who won't seem out of place on a bill with rock bands. Interludes at the piano lighten the mood a little, but only a little, as the distorted Rhodes and Wurly sounds only contribute to Dan's stage presence. Overall, you can expect the twang of John Prine, the attitude of Ike Reilly, the picking of Steve Goodman, and shades of Paul Simon. Similarities aside, however, Dan Tedesco is at one extremely talented and intensely original.
Hartford's only 4-piece alternative band that combines unyielding pretentious artistic integrity with blatant commercialism and rampant self-aggrandizing. Or something. Throw in heaping amounts of sexy and you get TETRAMER. We play rawk.
Post-Modern Panic is a four piece rock from central Connecticut that synthesizes new and classic ideas. Their music is one part rock, one part soul, and one part everything, blended into a sonic collage that juxtaposes elements of hardcore and Motown, trip-hop and classic rock, pop and avante-garde.
The group consists of vocalist and songwriter Rachel Adele, guitarist and co-writer Karl Messerschmidt, bassist Mike Polce, and drummer Tim Bojanowski. After spending 2012 honing their craft through practice, gigging, and more practice, Post-Modern Panic went into the studio in winter of 2013 with engineer Greg Darigis to produce their first album, to be released June 21st at Arch Street Tavern in Hartford. The album includes eight of the bands favorite staples of its live shows.
$7.00 - $10.00