Queen City Productions is proud to present:
Silent Planet, Skyharbor, Strawberry Girls
324 South Ave
Springfield, MO, 65806
Watch & Listen
Some bands follow established mores. Others may embrace disparate elements, but ultimately fail to break the confines of a particular subgenre context. And then there are bands that strip mine their initial reference points and methodically, organically and bravely create a multiverse of their own, a space where they are the only players.
The Contortionist is such a collective, achieving a coveted level of self-realization, creative execution and sophistication with their adventuresome, cosmos evoking progressive rock.
Sure, there are plenty of credible reasons The Contortionist is often associated with top-tier, critically embraced progressive death metal and mathcore groups like Between The Buried And Me, Animals As Leaders and their upcoming touring partners, Periphery.
Keep the Word on your lips;
Your ear to the ground.
Progressive Metal band from India, started 2008 as a solo project by guitarist Keshav Dhar under the name 'Hydrodjent'. Renamed to 'Skyharbor' in February 2011 to avoid confusion with the 'djent' music genre.
In 2011 two additional musicians joined: Nikhil Rufus Raj on bass (until 2013) and Anup Sastry on drums (until 2015). Daniel Tompkins from 'TesseracT' and Sunneith Revankar from 'Bhayanak Maut' were featured both as vocalists on the 2012 double disc release 'Blinding White Noise: Illusion & Chaos' on each disc respectively.
Goddess Gagged bassist Krishna Jhaveri replaced Nikhil Rufus Raj in 2013 and in 2015 both singer Daniel Tompkins and drummer Anup Sastry left the band and were replaced by the US-American singer and producer Eric Emery and drummer Aditya Ashok.
Strawberry Girls (Tragic Hero Records) is an instrumental, aggressive groove trio featuring Zac Garren (ex-Dance Gavin Dance), Ben Rosett & Ian Jennings.
We make crazy, aggressive, groovy, melodic music. We are always trying to outdo ourselves and progress musically. Our new record "American Graffiti" is out on Tragic Hero Records!
$20.00 - $75.00
Fri, January 19
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Fri, January 26
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