Covet – Tickets – Space Ballroom. – Hamden, CT – July 17th, 2019

Covet

Premier Concerts and Manic Presents:

Covet

Vasudeva, Holy Fawn

Wed, July 17, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00

This event is all ages

Covet
Covet
Founded by guitarist Yvette Young with the intention of fusing lush post rock soundscapes with the subtle technical intricacies of progressive rock, Yvette enlisted the help of bassist David Adamiak to form Covet. After playing numerous local shows in Northern California the band released the Currents EP in late 2015. The band toured throughout the west coast building a buzz for their dynamic live show. In 2017 Covet continued to tour and highlighted the year by supporting Polyphia, Jason Richardson tour and followed that up with the Chon, Tera Melos, Little Tybee Homey Tour. Covet just completed dates supporting new label mates Tiny Moving Parts.

Early this year the group entered VuDu studios with Mike Watts (The Dear Hunter, O’Brother, Gates, Dillinger Escape Plan) to record its upcoming sophomore release.
Vasudeva
Vasudeva
Vasudeva is an instrumental rock band from New Jersey. Formed out of a lasting high school friendship, the tight-knit trio creates seemingly effortless, beautifully dynamic soundscapes, locked in by a firm backdrop of unrelenting grooves, while drawing on their post-rock, ambient, lo-fi, and electronic forms all in equal measure.

Written from late 2014 to late 2015 after returning home from their first European tour, the band’s second full-length album, No Clearance, is the product of countless hours of listening, observing, tweaking, and evolving, honing in an impressive spread of recording techniques and production styles, while redefining genres in the process.

Self-recorded with an array of colors in their sonic palette, effects pedals, tape players, samplers, drum machines, and a Rhodes piano were just a few of the components used in the making of No Clearance (mastered by Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden), capturing Vasudeva at their rawest, yet most refined form to date.

The band’s name, coined from the character in Hermann Hesse’s 1922 novel, Siddhartha, was chosen for his quiet, yet profound and eye-opening role in the story, similar to the band’s own deliberate pace and strong musical dynamic. Now, with the release of No Clearance and a year full of touring ahead, the band certainly has something worth hearing.
Holy Fawn
Holy Fawn
four creatures making loud heavy pretty noises
Venue Information:
Space Ballroom.
295 Treadwell Street
Hamden, CT, 06514