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    Drunken Logic / Ripe / DC Wonder

    Presented by at The Red Room at Cafe 939

    March 29, 2013


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    Drunken Logic / Ripe / DC Wonder

     Drunken Logic gets you to let loose at the show and keeps you thinking about the music for days afterward. With a highly potent live show and songs that jump out of the speakers and resonate in your ears, this group's earnest brand of indie rock combines the best aspects of Death Cab for Cutie, Frightened Rabbit, Foo Fighters, and the Who. Drunken Logic combines the raw youthful energy of the rock-n-roll tradition and honest emotion...

     Drunken Logic gets you to let loose at the show and keeps you thinking about the music for days afterward. With a highly potent live show and songs that jump out of the speakers and resonate in your ears, this group's earnest brand of indie rock combines the best aspects of Death Cab for Cutie, Frightened Rabbit, Foo Fighters, and the Who. Drunken Logic combines the raw youthful energy of the rock-n-roll tradition and honest emotion with the thoughtfulness of the indie movement.

    Ripe formed in September of 2011 after many late-night jams between friends listeners sing, dance, and laugh. Ripe is a group of Berklee musicians whose “funkifized” mix of melodic grooves and catchy melodies has been getting attention on the Boston music scene. If you’re going to join the Ripe family, get up, get loose, and get ready to party.

    DC Wonder began in the fall of 2011 as an electro/pop cowriting project between three Berklee students: lead vocalist/guitarist Gene Shinozaki, bassist Frank Watkoskey, and keyboardist Lyle Shaw, growing to a powerful eight-piece unit before it broke up by the end of 2011. In 2012, the original three members decided to restart the band as a trio and released its debut album Limitless. The band expects to release its upcoming album this summer and tour New England.


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