Record Store Night featuring Slider, Time Trap, Taco Mouth and DarkHound
Sat, Apr 21 8:30 pm
Slider: Slider is a rock band from Nashville, TN. Founded in 2014, the band consists of vocalist and guitarist Mariah Schneider, guitarist Marcus Wanner, bassist Kyle Hanson, and drummer Caleb Powell. This powerful four-piece introduces a new sound to rock music, with a variety of influences from alternative and punk to progressive rock, and stretching as far as jazz and pop. Time Trap: Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Time Trap is here to make you dance, party, and feel good. With loud drums, catchy riffs, and killer bass lines, Time Trap delivers the rock n roll sound that will get your heart pumping and ass shaking. Drawing inspiration from The Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, Royal Blood, and Queens of The Stone Age, the band provides catchy melodies combined with loud rock songs. Taco Mouth: Erica Sellers met Angela Lese in Louisville, KY in 2011 to form CatFight. After gaining notoriety, the girls moved to Nashville in 2012 and 2013, where they formed another band called The Dead Deads with three other girls in the Fall of 2013. Having recently left the DDs, Erica and Angie have gone back to their roots, morphing their love for old school rock 'n roll and dance music into one, creating Taco Mouth (formerly CatFight). The music is produced by the master himself, Michael Wagener (Dokken, Metallica, Skid Row, etc.). Our new 5-song EP "W.G.A.F." will be out February 23rd, with plans to record a full-length album this summer with Wagener. DarkHound: With the unlikely home base of Nashville, Tennessee, one might wonder just how Dark Hound managed to achieve a heavy metal sound that seems so distinct and distant from the country music heroes spun off of Music Row. "Though we live in the capital of Country music, Nashville really is Music City, USA. There is such a rich and diverse musical community in this town, you don't have to go too far off Broadway to escape the honky-tonks filled with tourists in boots and cowboy hats and find amazingly talented musicians from all walks of life playing all sorts of great music. I think where we're from is an important factor as to why we don't sound like your typical modern-day metal group", says ET Brown, vocalist and bassist of the decidedly different Nashville act.