Peyote Coyote, Feral Conservatives
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
psychedelic beach bop from Pompano Beach FL
Peyote Coyote is a psychedelic rock trio from Pompano Beach, Florida. Guitarist and vocalist Ryan Huseman, bassist Jake Stuart and drummer Cari Gee met at Florida Atlantic University as music students in 2012. After collaborating on many different projects together, the three formed Peyote Coyote in late 2014.
With each member bringing their own set of influences to the group, Peyote Coyote has created their own brand of psychedelic rock that’s characterized by hypnotic grooves, catchy riffs and haunting vocal harmonies.
The band released their debut self-titled EP in April 2016 through their own music collective, The Infinite Channel. The album is available to stream or purchase on Spotify, Apple Music and more.
indie rock from Virginia Beach VA
“…Splitting the difference between evocative folk and dissonant post-punk, a multi-faceted sound united by an endless sense of creative curiosity.”
- Consequence of Sound
Rashie Rosenfarb: vocals, mandolin
Matt Francis: drum set, feedback
Dan Avant: bass
Zach Jones: guitar & keys
Formed in 2011, Norfolk, Virginia's Feral Conservatives self-released a series of little-heard EP’s before buying a $15 distortion pedal and touring up and down the east coast in a station wagon. After honing their explosive live show, they caught the attention of Egghunt Records for their label debut, 2015‘s cassette EP, The Feeling Noise Becomes. Between bouts on the road, Ferals hit the studio to record their follow up full-length, Here’s To Almost, which debuted in the top 20 CMJ radio add charts in early 2016. Almost went on to be awarded "Album of the Year" at the 2017 Veer Magazine Awards of Hampton Roads.
Their 2017 follow-up was mixed and co-produced by Jon Auer (The Posies, Big Star) and will be out on Egghunt Records in the Fall.
“The [band]...kick out indie rock jams along the lines of the best jangle-pop, alt country, and college rock bands that would have supported sonic youth in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Although they’ve drawn comparisons to Alanis, The Cranberries, and Sixpence None the Richer, their actual sound is quite a bit more credibly badass, sonically unhinged, and poignantly existential.”
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