Marbin, Deaf Scene, Steal The Prize

Marbin

Deaf Scene

Steal The Prize

Sun, June 25, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Camel

$10.00

Marbin
Marbin
Marbin is an instrumental rock band based in Chicago.

Marbin first started in 2007 as an improvised music duo consisting of Israeli guitarist Dani Rabin and Israeli saxophonist Danny Markovitch Slor. Slor and Rabin met shortly after Slor had completed his military service as an infantry sergeant and Rabin had graduated from Berklee College of Music. Since 2008, Marbin has been living in Chicago and performing all over the United States, playing over 250 shows a year. They have released five albums: Impressions of a City (2009),as part of Paul Wertico's Mideast-Midwest Alliance, and three under the name Marbin (2009), Marbin as a duo,Breaking the Cycle (2011) with drummer Paul Wertico, bassist Steve Rodby (Pat Metheny Group), and Jamey Haddad (Paul Simon), Last Chapter of Dreaming (2013) with its touring band and an array of thirteen guests and The Third Set (Live 2014).
Marbin is currently signed to Moonjune Records and Management.

In addition to their regular schedule, Marbin toured with fusion super group Scott Henderson, Mike Clark, and Jeff Berlin in a series of venues on the east coast and the midwest. In March 2012, Marbin toured with Allan Holdsworth's new trio that consists of Yellow Jackets' bassist Jimmy Haslip, and drummer Virgil Donati.
Deaf Scene
Deaf Scene
Deaf Scene is an experimental band based in Baltimore, Maryland. As an instrumental drum-bass-guitar trio, the band pulls off an incredibly vast range of sounds, pushing the sonic boundaries of each instrument and effect that they use. In their four year existence, the band has cultivated a unique musical style, influenced by everything from The Beatles to Bassnectar and beyond; yet their music still defies any sort of traditional "jam-band", "post-rock", or "electronic" categorization. Onstage, Deaf Scene's raw energy and eerie psychedelia draw you into their one-of-a-kind live performance. Lush guitar melodies, ethereal loops, intricate bass harmonies, and propulsive drum rhythms are the cornerstones of Deaf Scene's music, both live and in the studio. In 2010, the band self-released their debut EP, a cohesive movement of music that showcases the powerful potential of Deaf Scene's brand of loop-infused rock experimentation. With plans for releasing more music and touring extensively in 2012, Deaf Scene is truly proving to be, "One of Maryland's best up-and-coming acts" -explodinginsound.com
Steal The Prize
Steal The Prize
Steal The Prize is a groove-driven rock'n'roll group based out of Lynchburg, Virginia. Since 2006, Steal The Prize have spent years defining their sound, vigorously performing live, and characterizing a unique regional music community. Working along side the fans, and other like-minded songwriters, the community strives to spread awareness to promote a united vision of originality in both music and culture.

Among the five member strong group, Steal The Prize explores a vast frontier of vintage instrumentation, and blends an arrangement of styles including southern rock'n'roll, jazz, and country-western. The band's quintessential "edge" lies within their ability to improv and rightfully express a vibe, both live and in the studio. This expressive edge allows the listener to not only hear the music, but feel it, connect with it, become apart of it.

After the release of "I Think I Am" in May 2011, the band continues to write new material, perform live regularly, and are planning for an east coast tour in support of the new album. Recently, Steal The Prize has garnered some career building exposure, most notably, the license of their new single "The Devil Made Me Do It" for Relix Magazine's September issue compilation CD. They hope to continue to strategically partner with the media to spread Steal The Prize awareness one soul at a time.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org