Displace Hosts Cinco de Displace Party at Dunedin Brewery May 10, 2016 13:13


Displace (Tampa, FL) teamed up with Fletcher’s Grove (Morgantown, WV) to host a Cinco de Displace party at Dunedin Brewery in Dunedin, FL on Thursday, May 5th. Playing to a packed crowd, Displace took advantage of the unique decorations of the venue to record a 360 degree “virtual reality” video of their new song “Friction”. 

The band also recorded the set, and are releasing it for stream and download on their Bandcamp page. As always, the set can be downloaded for free via the “name your price” option on the website. 

Watch Displace's 360 video of "Friction" from Dunedin Brewery here:

The band wasted no time ripping into a fourteen and a half minute version of “Generation: Sloan” (The first song off their first studio album, “Eureka”) and jumped quickly into a riveting version of “Float” (The first song off their second studio album, “Undertow, which will be released on June 21st digitally followed by an album release run starting the next day.). The band next maneuvered into a 25 minute mash up of The Zuton’s “Valerie” into the crowd favorite “Needles, before busting into, a fun, funky version of Nelly’s “Ride Wit Me”. 

The second half of the set started with the newer song, “The Flight of Admiral Archibald, which segued into another new song “Friction”. The band then threw it back to their roots with a crazy version of “Hillsborogh River Rapids”. Joking with the crowd, they told the story of how someone in the parking lot begged them to play a Prince song. They then played The Rolling Stones “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.. The band finished the night off with a dance driven “Geonosis Shuffle” and a throwback to your teenage years with System of a Down’s “Toxicity”. Not wanting to leave the crowd disappointed, they came back on stage for an encore and played a powerful version of the ear-worm “Don’t Fret.

For all of the latest info on Displace, head over to the band's official website and follow the band on Facebook.

Listen to Displace's set from Dunedin Brewery here:

Ticket Giveaway: Roosevelt Collier's All Star Throwdown :: Saturday 1/16 :: Aisle 5 Atlanta January 8, 2016 10:48

Roosevelt Collier's All Star Throwdown W/ Fletcher's Grove Presented by Live Music Daily and Don't Fret Entertainment
Saturday, January 16
9PM // $10 ADV & $15 DOS

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It's always a pleasure to team up with our friends at Live Music Daily, and this is a lineup we couldn't be more excited about.  Saturday, January 16th will make for an epic throwdown at Atlanta's Aisle 5, and we're giving away a FREE PAIR of tickets to one lucky winner.  Simply share this post from our Facebook page and tag a friend who you would like to take to the show.  We will announce a winner on Monday, January 11th at 5:00 PM.

Photo by Josh Brick Graphics

Roosevelt Collier

Soft-spoken by nature, south Florida-bred Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the sacred steel guitar. Brought up in the tradition of the House of God Church, Roosevelt built his reputation alongside his uncles and cousins in The Lee Boys, known for their spirited, soul-shaking live performances. Seated front and center, "The Dr." leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work on the pedal steel. At festivals, he is a regular "Artist at Large," performing alongside many of music's most prestigious acts, from the Allman Brothers, to the Funky Meters, to Los Lobos to the Del McCoury Band. Whether on tour with the Lee Boys, bouncing from stage to stage at festivals, or hosting an allstar get down in Miami, when Roosevelt takes the stage, the ear-to-ear grins can’t help but be contagious.

Joining Roosevelt will be Mark Raudabaugh (Donna the Buffalo), Matt Slocum (Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit), Kevin Scott (King Baby) and Rick Lollar (King Baby)

Watch Roosevelt Collier, Jeff Sipe, Oteil Burbridge, & Kofi Burbridge jam on "Papa Was a Rolling Stone":

Fletcher's Grove

Known for their high-energy shows, the band mixes pulsating bass lines, dual-guitar solos, and an eclectic percussion section that makes standing still nearly impossible. By maintaining a solid focus on perfecting musical intricacy and creating seamless improvisation, Fletcher’s Grove has captured the imaginations of thousands in the Mountain State and beyond.