Weird Wednesday ft. Earphorik, Mister F, Benchwood Wyse


Weird Wednesday ft. Earphorik, Mister F, Benchwood Wyse
Event on 2017-03-08 22:00:00
Earphorik
Earphorik is a progressive rock and funk styled jam band based out of Fort Wayne, IN. With clear influences from jam band greats including Umphrey’s McGee, The Werks, and Widespread Panic the band quickly made headlines in the national jam scene and quickly picked up a dedicated following. The band was formed by Chris Treesh (guitar/vocals), Austin Robinson (guitar/vocals), Nolan Opper (bass), and Ryan Moreno (drums). Showcasing high-energy funk, vast genre ranges, and explosive peaks – Earphorik takes you to a whole new level of musical consciousness.

Formed in 2013 as a collaboration of several Fort Wayne area bands, Earphorik released their first album A Year From All Angles in August of 2014, available on all major listening platforms. The band followed up the album with the release of a live album recorded at Jake Cinninger’s Boondock Studio in Niles, MI, which consisted of just one take bringing the magic of the live performance to life. It is being produced and mastered by Jake Cinninger and Jim Leep – a true one take analog experience! Available now on all major listening platforms.

Earphorik has made a national presence playing major cities across the nation with acts including Umphrey’s Mcgee, moe., TAUK, the Main Squeeze, the Werks, Any Frasco and the UN, Kung Fu, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong as well as featuring big name sit including Jake Cinninger (Umphrey’s McGee), Beau Sasser (Kung Fu), Rob Chafin (The Werks), George Gekas (The Revivalists), Mike Greenfield (Lotus), Jesse Clayton (Fareed Haque), Holly Bowling, and Gerlach (Turbo Suit.)

Along with these performance highlights, Earphorik has made waves in the festival cicruit with performances including Summer Camp Music Festival, Electric Forest, Hyperion Music Festival, SONIC BLOOM,Highberry Music Festival, Disc Jam, Mad Tea Party, amongst a handful of other festivals around the nation. Be sure to catch Earphorik on the road and keep up with the latest news and updates at www.Earphorik.com

Mister F
Formed in 2013 from members of Northeast regional acts Timbre Coup and Capital Zen, Mister F are an eclectic, high-energy 4-piece band that takes a no-holds-barred approach to blending genres while keeping your feet moving. Describing their sound as “neat and clean, hard and dangerous”, Mister F‘s calculated yet danceable fusion-fueled sound provides something for both musicians and listeners alike. Having performed at festivals such as The Hudson Project, Catskill Chill, Disc Jam and Resonance, and with their previous bands at Mountain Jam, moe.down, Summer Camp, Camp Bisco, and snoe.down, the members of Mister F are no strangers to the music community. Their first show on March 1, 2013 was very well-received, and they quickly took their show on the road, reaching cities as far as Telluride, CO and Atlanta, GA within just a few short years.

“Mister F…a dynamic quartet that broaches all aspects of organized music. Rooted in funk traditions, Mister F’s members are no strangers to unique compositions and sonic explorations, though it’s done with a tightness that keeps listeners dancing throughout their performances.”
-Live For Live Music

Benchwood Wyse
Ladies and Gentleman, grab your oven loaf bread and prepare to don a new jam on the toast that is metamorphosed into yesterday’s tomorrow. When electricalified guitar-axe-machine amplifier keeps screaming at you like a midnight neighborhood watchdog, Benchwood Wyse is here to smooth out the wrinkles of your fine linen sheets and operate sweet talk to your spaceship floating mind. Benchwood provides proper instrumentation like a dentist operating room table and pulls out the fusion and fugal of your everyday life to fuel your funk fix, clock tock-ticks, and lawn mix. Only then are you ready to open that jar of jam and show that toast who is boss. We are, Benchwood Wyse.

at Scarlet & Grey Cafe
2203 N High Street
Columbus, United States

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