The Mowgli's on Friday 16th November 2018
One of the most exciting things in all of music is discovering a band early on, following them throughout their career and watching that moment as they come into their own. For California alt-pop band THE MOWGLI'S that moment is two-fold on their superb third album 'Where'd Your Weekend Go?,' due fall 2016. They not only get to share their songwriting growth with fans who have followed the band since they formed in 2010, the band got to experience it themselves.Ask singers and principal songwriters KATIE EARL, JOSH HOGAN and COLIN DIEDEN the secret to the band's growth on this new album and they will all say it came from within. 'Involving the whole band in the writing process was a hugely important factor in this new record. When everyone's there you just have more brains, more minds,' HOGAN says. EARL echoes this: 'A lot of our songs start with one or two people's ideas and the band puts their mark on them later. This time we spent a great deal of time in the room together as the six of us, building many songs from the ground up.'The results of incorporating band members whose tastes run from 'musical theater to black metal to pop' according to HOGAN, are an incredibly diverse collection of songs that run like a musical time machine through the best of the past four decades of music.From the jangly folk/pop of the Sixties-infused 'Arms and Legs,'and the groovy Seventies feel of 'Monster' to the 80's inspired 'Bad Thing' and anthemic 'Spiderweb' this latest collection is a testament to songwriting.One recent song released from the LP, 'Spacin Out' is one of the first tracks that came together from jamming in the studio. ''Spacin Out' has a kind of jazzy feel, but it's very Mowgli's, 'says HOGAN. 'In the bridge we cut to a seven/eight time signature - it's little things like that come from the fact we have some really amazing musicians in our band.'
General Admission: USD 25.88,
General Admission - Day Of Show: USD 30.68,
General Admission - Day Of Show - Doors: USD 30.68
Artists: The Mowgli's, Arms Akimbo, Elijah Noll
Time: 7:30 pm to 11:59 pm
Music Genres: Pop
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