Indy-based funk and hip hop rock band Audiodacity to release their first full length album on Friday March 20th at The Vogue.
Audiodacity is celebrating proper with a stacked lineup featuring some of Indy’s finest local talent presented under the theme of #SUITUP. Guests will arrive at The Vogue’s doorstep by way of a red carpet, assuming they make it past the paparazzi with no issue, and are encouraged to dress to impress.
Audiodacity – a six-member band – was built from an eclectic mix of backgrounds and instruments (vocals, guitar, sax, trumpet, bass and drums make up the band’s arsenal of talent) and that converged diversity is apparent on their debut album, On A Roll.
From the jammy guitar solo and dreamy melodies on “Double Take” to the warm, Caribbean flavor of “Tide” to the chill vibes and rapped vocals on closer “Vicious” – this album has something for everyone. Sure to be favored on the new album, “Never Sober” is pure rock’n’roll gold while the title track “On A Roll” finds a perfect hybrid of funk and brass that’s impossible not to groove to. And if your body isn’t moving by the time “Reign” plays, please check your pulse.
Chicago Loud 9 will follow, and you’ll not want to miss the funk, grunge, reggae and hip-hop blend that Indy Mojo writer Wes Ogden once described as having no boundaries. “They play what the moment calls for, and they do it damn well,” he wrote.
Check out the latest from cLoud9, the lead single off of their upcoming EP that serves as an introduction to their new vocalist Aya Smith and Cellist Geoffrey Kartes. “Punk Soul” has a groove that is reminiscent of 80’s funk and blends big vocals with jazz and hip hop.
Friday March 20, 9 PM, $10
The Vogue Theater
With special guests
Chicago Loud 9
The Rob Dixon Trio
Can’t get enough Audiodacity? Check back later this week for a special edition of Mojo Minute!
Rad Summer is tremendously excited to present the self-titled debut release from indie pop band Party Lines as a free download!
In 2 months with just one video and a handful of live shows, Fountain Square based indie pop band Party Lines has taken the central Indiana music scene by storm, and they’re ready to continue that ramp up with the launch of their first release on Rad Summer. Party Lines’s self-titled EP is a killer blend of funk, synth pop, and electro house that compels the listener to shuffle their feet and sing along to the lyrics of lead singer Jerred Lowe. Party Lines open their project with the upbeat rockers “Higher Ground” and “Hot to the Touch”, transition with “Crossfire”, and then let the project cool off with the sexy ballad “Half a Heart’ and chiller jam session of “Moonglow”. If this project is any indicator of what we can expect from Party Lines in the future, the world has a new set of rockstars on their hands.
Party Lines is a dance rock band based out of Fountain Square in Indianapolis that falls somewhere on the sonic spectrum between Jamiroquai and Chromeo. Started as a duo between front man Jerred Lowe and producer Aaron Hogan, the band now includes up to 9 members for performances including Jerred on guitar and vocals, Aaron on guitar, David Coriaty on keyboards, Justin Madwell on bass, and Adam Mattox on drums; Party Lines frequently includes the horn section from ska legends Johnny Socko as well.
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On the heels of the success of their debut single “Hot to the Touch”, Party Lines presents to the world their self-directed music video!
It has been less than a month since Indianapolis based band Party Lines launched their first single “Hot to the Touch” and live performance at the Rad Summer anniversary party, and the band has already develop a strong following and busy show schedule. Capitalizing on that buzz, Party Lines are premiering their self-directed video for “Hot to the Touch”. The music video is first episode in a series of visuals recreating frontman Jerred Lowe’s REM state dreams. Between the hovercraft chase and campy super villains, it would appear that Jarred would be a special agent if he weren’t the face of Party Lines.
Party Lines is a dance rock band based out of Ftn Square in Indianapolis that falls somewhere on the sonic spectrum between Jamiroquai and Chromeo. Started as a duo between front man Jerred Lowe and producer Aaron Hogan, the band now includes up to 9 members for performances including Jerred on guitar and vocals, Aaron on guitar, David Coriaty on keyboards, Justin Madwell on bass, Taylor Lowe on percussion, and Adam Mattox on drums; Party Lines frequently includes the horn section from ska legends Johnny Socko as well. Their EP is set to release via Rad Summer in September!