The Flusters, KREEA

The Flusters

KREEA

Bookmobile!

Sun Jul 30 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Funhouse

$6.00 - $8.00

This event is 21 and over

The Flusters
The Flusters
​Hailing from Southern California's Coachella Valley, an area known for its signature "Desert Rock" sound, this "nostalgically new" act delivers a sound which they've self-titled as "Dreamsurf." Blending vintage tones with washy effects, driving tempos and delicate vocal delivery, "The Flusters create a dreamy retro vibe that is pure California."
KREEA
KREEA is a Seattle-born Singer-Songwriter.
Bookmobile!
Bookmobile!
Bookmobile! is a punk/pop/garage band from Champaign, IL. They write fast pop songs for cool people who don’t like people. Peace.

Bookmobile! began as a reason to hang out. Trevey D (guitar) and Luke (drums) at The Brass Rail in Champaign, IL, shooting the shit. Those two bad boys grew up together in Danville IL, moving their separate ways in the late 90’s/early 2000’s respectively. A little over a decade later, they both found themselves in Champaign drinking, chatting, “Let’s start a stupid fun band!” Trevor said. “Alright, as long as I don’t have to do any work,” said Luke. (HA! How untrue that would become for this future band dad.) Trevor and Luke proceed to write some rippin fast jams; Trevey D’s steadfast guitar and sharp tongue, and Luke’s blazin’ caveman style. Now enter Jare Bear (Bass). The main man roundin’ out the low end, heart on his sleeve, belting out the backing vocals, and taking the reins on a few songs of his own. Thus, the bad boys of Bookmobile! were formed.

What happened next was a surprise for the boys. They started to realize their full potential and got down to business. They proceeded to record several singles and contributed to the famous Travis Wayne Christmas Special series. They developed a twenty plus song, thirty minute set, that they used to assault countless audiences with their brand of 60’s garage pop inspired punk. Their motto? NO BREAKS!

Now the boys find themselves in the studio, winter 2015, developing what will become their first full length record, “Rocket To The Moon.” They invite several of their musician friends to transform the stripped-down raucous sound of the live show into the lush 60’s Phil Spector inspired wall-of-sound of the studio recording. They expand their sound with girl-group backing vocals, vintage organ, shredding lead guitar, cello, saxophone, slide guitar, vibraharp, hot tambo tracks, hand claps, space echo reverbed out vocals, vintage tube amps - all of which lovingly captured to two inch tape at Earth Analog studios in Tolono, Illinois.

The future looks bright for these gallant men with their record set to be released in July 2017 and a subsequent thirty day west coast tour. Will America be ready for Bookmobile!? Will the boys finally give up and build that “Rocket To The Moon”? Find Out Soon!
Venue Information:
Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/