Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Night of Progressive Rock This Friday Night w/ Tunsten, Mile Marker Zero, Out of the Beardspace, Shadow Merchant, Lor and more..

The Legendary Dobbs is stoked for this Friday for a Night of Progressive Music. We have two floors of some amazing talented bands that bend their music to expand the listeners mind.  This show is going to be sick on so many levels. If your into progressive music check out these bands and come out thisd Friday MAr 1st @ The Legendary Dobbs.

Tungsten @ 12pm


Imagine combining the psychadelica of 70’s Pink Floyd with the blistering guitar harmonies of 80’s Iron Maiden. Update those classic sounds with the modern progressiveness of Opeth and Mastodon, top the blend with the intense vocals of one of Philadelphia’s most talented front-women, and you get Tungsten.

Mile Marker Zero @ 11pm
From the moment they formed in 2003, New Haven, Connecticut quintet Mile Marker Zero have taken a slightly off-kilter, multi-tiered approach towards rock music that bordered on duality. Their songs are epic and ambitious, filled with unconventional arrangements and challenging rhythms yet they also flow with powerful melodies and memorable choruses. Even their name is a dichotomy.

Out of the Beardspace @ 10pm
Out of the Beardspace is a 6-piece experimental rock band from South Jersey. They draw their influences from Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles Davis, Return to Forever, Gentle Giant, Dirty Projectors, Led Zeppelin, Nine Inch Nails, The Mars Volta, Yes, King Crimson, Bjork, The Beatles, Radiohead, Pumba, Duke Ellington, Dynamic Monotone, Bill Mollison, Geoff Lawton, Masanobu Fukuoka.

LOR @8pm
Lör was founded by 5 kids in their senior year of high school. After releasing their first 5-song Demo and reforming their lineup, Lör has been playing shows in the Philadelphia area for over two years. We have opened for huge acts including the legendary Italian power metal giants Rhapsody of Fire at the Trocadero. Influenced by Kamelot, Opeth, Equilibrium, Between the Buried and Me, Blind Guardian, Rx Bandits, Dillinger Escape Plan.

On the 2nd Floor:

In Prescence of Wolves @ 11:30pm
Wishing to do something different from conventional rock and local music, they chose to challenge themselves musically and creatively in a way that is totally different from other bands in South Jersey. After a series of setbacks and side project...s, the two reconvened and got to work on their music. They embraced the freedom of prog music where they were free to experiment without labels or expectations. Influenced by Rush, Porcupine Tree, The Mars Volta, Mastodon, Opeth, Incubus, Yes, Tool

Atom Strange @ 10:30pm
ATOM STRANGE and the HI-FI SCI-FI movement they have pioneered is becoming an evolution in musical genres. Blending substance, groove, depth and style with top notch recording fidelity backed by engaging, big venue stage presence truly makes ATOM STRANGE a force to be reckoned with.
ATOM STRANGE blends dynamic, innovative riffs with powerful accessible melodies and hooks. Their attention to song writing gives a sense of cinematic depth to the band while their love for the unexpected gives ATOM STRANGE a voice truly their own.

9 Crown Monarch @ 9:30pm
9 Crown Monarch started rocking the Chester County area in 2002 at Kennett High School. Since then they have spread their music throughout the Tri-State area playing venues like The TLA, Kahunaville, GrapeStreet, Mojo 13, Mojo Main, The Note, The East End Cafe, McFaddens, and The Fire Philly. They have also been on 94 WYSP with Tommy Conwells Loud and Local, Couzin Ed's show, and are their song "I Lost" is now being featured on 93.3 WMMR Jaxon's Local Shots Podcast. 9CM spent the two years recording their second full length album, Sin of Silence, produced by Silvertide's Kevin Frank that was released in November of 2010.

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