Gypsy Temple, Glass Frames, The Dirty Inch

Wed Feb 07 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm


$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

»Love Vs. Logic«, the new album from AMOR, is a fresh twist on hard rock -- a modern approach that pushes the boundaries of catchy themes while maintaining aggressive roots. Forged from humble beginnings as a somewhat popular local band from Arizona, founding member and guitarist Ryan Daminson, singer Dillon Conneally, and bassist Tre Scott grew into the mindset of creating a sound that represented the values that they wanted to demonstrate creatively with no regard for genres or labels. This sound would eventually become their new album »Love Vs. Logic«.

After almost 2 years of writing and rewriting songs, AMOR emerged from the studio as a different entity. As opposed to resting within the constraints of their genre stereotypes, they started writing music with an increased focus on melody and feel. While maintaining the dynamically heavy sound they have always loved, the band has tapped into a broader spectrum of music and has paved a very promising road for themselves.

Tracks such as ‘Poison Play, ‘Clockwork’ and ‘Frequency’ sum up the new direction and progressions in songwriting whereas songs like ‘Heart Locker’ and ‘The Exit’ stay true to the heavier, riff-filled sound the band was previously known for.

The album was engineered by Ryan, the primary song-writer of the band. However, Matt Good had a significant role in getting the album to its final form of production. Matt stepped in towards the end to help finalize the songwriting and assure that nothing was lost in translation.

»Love Vs. Logic« is the start of a very promising new chapter for AMOR, accurately representing the band’s undying drive to make a sizeable impact on modern music.
Gypsy Temple
Gypsy Temple's sound is a fantastic explosion of guitar, bass, cello and drums. Influences include Jimi Hendrix, My morning Jacket, OB, Lenny Kravitz, Bob Marley, and many, many more. The lyrics are deep and truthful and the melodies stay with you for days. Founded a teenager with something better to do, Gypsy Temple has been wood shedding in the Red Room Studio in North Seattle for the last couple years and gigging at all age shows and Shoreline schools. Songs like the anthem, "Something To Fight For" and the title song for the group "Gypsy Temple" are lyrically strong but even more so it is the interesting arrangements with guitars, both electric and acoustic mixing in a virtuoso classical cellist make GT's sound unique.
Glass Frames
Glass Frames is a Seattle-based modern Progressive Rock band with elements of Post Punk and Shoegazing.
Venue Information:
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109