OPIN, Smoke Bellow, Nest Egg, Gardener

OPIN

Smoke Bellow

Nest Egg

Gardener

Mon, October 16, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Camel

$5.00 - $7.00

OPIN
OPIN
Band Members
Landis Wine
Tori Hovater
Jon Hawkins
Ethan Johnstone
Smoke Bellow
Smoke Bellow
Psych duo from Baltimore by way of Melbourne, AUS. Really rad, droney, harmony-laden psych jams.
Nest Egg
Nest Egg
Nest Egg has already made a name for themselves with their amazing fog-heavy, zoned and honed live show. Warping minds and winning fans with their heady, atmospheric take on progressive, ethereal vibed-out rock music. Psychedelic when the mood turns mellow, but driving when they hit the gas and float the cosmic flux. Really, when you get right down to it, Nest Egg are bringing on a sound that few have had the ability to channel and refine with this level of mastery.

On Respectable, Nest Egg put their talent upfront, weaving in and out of time and space, with a heavy control of their dynamic. While they wear their influences on their sleeves, that of Popul Vuh, Amon Duul, early Pink Floyd (“Set The GPS To The Heart Of The Sun”, anyone??), Neu, and the like; they’re passionate about presenting an extremely modern take on the endless motorik jam.

This is music for finding your way through the galaxy, with the intent of never coming back. Fervent energy flows through the instruments to divine output. For all of its movement, repetition, and delay, this is a sound that never loses focus, it never slides back, and it stays in the forefront for the duration demonstrating an immense level of talent at controlling the vibe.
Gardener
Gardener
Gardener is the solo electronic project of Richmond, VA-based Dash Lewis. Using a modular synth, effects pedals, and his own voice, Lewis creates glacial slabs of rhythmically complex, trance-inducing psychedelia, weaving looped vocal passages into deeply textural drones. Interested in the organic interplay between electronics and the human voice, Dash works to meld seemingly disparate elements into a single instrument, creating compositions that encourage a state of deep listening.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org