Decadent Suite Presents
Minshara, Gemini Club
234 N. 2nd St.
Harrisburg, PA, 17101
Doors 8:00 PM (event ends at 1:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
The Final Frontier...
Maybe it's a bit early for that so let us start from the beginning.
In the first decade of the millennium there has been a rollercoaster of genres throughout pop music. What we once knew as rock & roll has now been thrown into a whole new world of electronic dance music. You may be asking at this point, where does MINSHARA fit into all of this? Call them a lot of things except "more of the same". From an uplifting "Pet Sounds-esque" ballad to a massive club banger, it is really hard to describe their sound with only a few words. Dubstep to Prog Rock, Incubus to The Beatles, their music is composed without bias.
When someone asks you to describe what you hear, just call it, MINSHARA.
Gemini Club is Dan Brunelle, Tom Gavin and Gordon Bramli, a three-piece indie-electronic dance band from Chicago, Illinois. Their unique live shows have been tearing up the scene for the last two years. Far from the conventional live performance, Gemini Club have a specially designed rig that allows for on-the-fly remixing of their own songs meaning each Gemini Club show is different from the last. This has resulted in them being asked to the support the likes of Chromeo, A-Trak, Two Door Cinema Club, Flosstradamus, Dj Falcon and Chateau Marmont.
Their first single, Ghost "Ghost" came out hot in the blogosphere, which has resulted in remixes from Hey Champ, Barretso, Golden Bug and Only Children. The track has also been picked up for air play from BBC Radio 1's tastemaker show "In New DJs We Trust."
From the mid-west to the Orient, Gemini Club's own remix chops are in demand online and across the globe. Their remix for Australian band The Vanish went straight into the top ten of Hype Machine's charts. The band's spin on "Cold Dust Girl" entered the same top ten charts on five different occasions within a month - and their remix for Shinichi Osawa has been a mainstay on the iTunes dance charts in Japan. Most recently, the gents of GC's remix of Chilly Gonzales premiered on the RCRD LBL blog as the most downloaded track of the week.