The Credentials, Indian Caves
Mon Jul 18
Doors: 7:00 PM /  Show: 8:00 PM

All Ages*
Front Room

$12 ADV / $15 DOS

Doors at 7:00pm
Front Room
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About Cola
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Cola is a new project from former Ought members Tim Darcy and Ben Stidworthy formed with US Girls drummer Evan Cartwright. “Blank Curtain” provides an exciting hint of the way the new project picks up some of the threads of the pair’s earlier work and weaves them into engaging new shapes, constructing a driving tangle of guitars around an arresting performance from Darcy.

“What started as stripped-down open D songwriting with a CR-78 soon became a full album and new band. We wanted to see how far we could stretch our compositions with just drums, one guitar, one bass, and one voice.

Blank Curtain is a quarter note kick drum pushing 240 bpm, a drone-like chord progression, and declarative vocals cutting through the haze. If you could invert the color of the Blank Curtain, you might have something like a Chicago house track that sounds like a band in a room.”

About The Credentials
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The Credentials are an indie-punk rock band featuring Everest Ray Sturdevant on Guitar and Vocals, Ronaldo Cárcamo on Bass, Taylor Tiechrowe on Guitar and Seth Beem on Drums and Vocals. Taking influences from bands such as Nirvana, The Pixies, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the group offers a fresh take on classic genres with their fast-paced and energetic music. Expect a lot of shredding and distorted riffs backed by a solid rhythm section filled with hard hits and deep low-end that’ll rock you to your core!

About Indian Caves

Like the eponymous state park with its vibrant scenery and an uncomfortable history, Indian Caves presents a lush indie rock sound with challenging themes. The soaring and frequently raucous vocals and guitar work from Leslie Wells blend with the expansive sonic landscapes in Joe Ranne’s lead guitar, Kyle Moeller’s drums, and Dan Krueger’s bass. Fans will notice the band is emerging from the pandemic with a refreshed sound and a new face (Krueger), but will recognize the hallmarks of the band are unchanged. Twists and turns. Tight rhythms. Blistering highs. Honest lyrics.