Axis Of Four

Neck of the Woods Presents:

Axis Of Four

Sketch Republic, Grumsling, Sunny

Saturday, July 9, 2016

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

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Axis Of Four
AXIS OF FOUR is an American alt-rock group that emulates classic English heavy bands with a Yankee twist, playing an “old-school / new-school” style that features the vocals and guitar attack of composer Rick Cittar. Long-time musical partner Suzanne Lattuca adds power and punch to the rhythm section with her rock-solid bass. The band will introduce guitarist Norman Villacorte to the mix this summer, as well as re-uniting with Scott Irwin, the original drummer of the band. Their arrangements run from heavy and dripping with metal, to clean and sweet with the classic Strat sound, framing Rick’s powerful and expressive vocals and pop-oriented writing.
Sketch Republic
Sketch Republic is a Reggae-Rock band based out of the SF Bay Area formed back in 2012 by a group of High School friends with a common goal in mind, to make great music and spread good vibes. Each member comes from distinct musical backgrounds however the band can agree that together some of their main influences include artist like: Sublime, 311, Bob Marley, The Police, Led Zepplin, Pepper, The Expendables, Slightly Stoopid, and the Beatles. With its blend of Hardrock, Reggae, and rock-steady, they’ve crafted a unique feel-good sound that leaves the listener craving for more.
Grumsling
In late 2015, the Evil Brothers Lowe returned to Craigslist in order to ensnare more victims in their delusional plot to “manifest the void” through the production and performance of music and visual art. Through subversive email and telephonic contact, they convinced guitarist Patrick Marshall and drummer James Watson to meet in a dilapidated shed, where they were subsequently medicated, hypnotized, and bound to a period of service in the Grumsling Project. With its unique blend of indie/alt rock, jazz, world-rhythms, hip-hop, 70s funk, EDM and Americana. Their live performances always blend visual art with their music, and are sometimes considered cult rituals or charity events.
Sunny
Sunny Balopole was born into a musical family in San Mateo, California. From early childhood she was surrounded by family jam sessions, and by age 12 was gigging with her dad, a professional pianist. She has played venues throughout California. Sunny has studied at San Francisco State, Sierra College and College of San Mateo and plays piano, bass and guitar in addition to singing. Her repertoire contains many originals and her debut CD is in the works. Musical influences include Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney and Carole King. Currently Sunny performs around the Bay Area as a solo act. Her goal is to sustain her career as a songwriter, recording artist and performer and bring beauty into the world.
Venue Information:
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118
http://neckofthewoodssf.com