• Souther, Safari Room [TN], & Ghost Soul Trio

  • Thu, 10/17/2019 at 7:00 pm
  • Ace of Cups
    2619 N High St
    43202 Columbus
Souther, Safari Room [TN], & Ghost Soul Trio - Ace of Cups - Columbus

Thursday, October 17thDoors: 7:30PMShow: 8:30PM$7 ADV, $10 DOSALL AGESSouther: http://souther.bandSouther boldly fuses the raw with the refined, mashing frenzied blues guitar and unflinchingly honest lyrics against deep, dynamic grooves. Carly Fratianne delivers impassioned, earnest vocals over a rich array of tones and rhythms, rendering their live show an experience as musically impressive as it is emotionally compelling.Safari Room (TN): http://www.safariroomband.comSafari Room is a 4-piece indie rock band from Nashville, TN. Assembled in 2015 to record an EP released at the tail end of the following year, it wasn’t until 2018, Omaha-native, Alec Koukol (songwriter / lead vocalist / guitarist) decided to put the band on stage. Following that decision, Actual Feelings - EP, was created. The recording was completed in early 2018 and released in the summer. Surrounding the release of the EP in July, the band has played all over Nashville to cultivate an audience. With ambient soundscapes, intricate rhythms, baritone-led, falsetto vocals, crunchy guitars, and introspective lyrical content, the band’s sound has been compared to The National, Grizzly Bear and Elbow. Ghost Soul Trio: http://www.ghostsoultrio.comGhost Soul Trio is a band originally from Youngstown, but currently based out of Columbus, Ohio. Augmenting live instrumentation with synthesizers, their sound can best be described as “Indie-Pop sensibility with an experimental edge.” The band draws from classical and jazz backgrounds, a love for movie and video game soundtracks, and an interest in unique and vivid production. Having played together in various other groups, Joe Amadio, James Harker, and Nate Gelfand came together for their 2016 EP, “Sinking Moon,” before beginning to play live shows in the local Columbus scene. After finding more of a sonic footing through live performance, the band began work on their 2019 debut album, “Too Many Futures.”