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    Drew and JP / Naughty Octopus / The Interlopers

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    April 26, 2013

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    Drew and JP / Naughty Octopus / The Interlopers

     Florida native and Berklee College of Music graduate, Drew OfThe Drew explores and creates a progressive sound and image. He has toured internationally with Helicopria and racked up thousands of hours in the studio as both a player and producer. He works consistantly in vocal arranging/production, and melts brains during wild live performances in his dubstep duo "Drew and JP" with drummer JP Bouvet. His arsenal of effects...

     Florida native and Berklee College of Music graduate, Drew OfThe Drew explores and creates a progressive sound and image. He has toured internationally with Helicopria and racked up thousands of hours in the studio as both a player and producer. He works consistantly in vocal arranging/production, and melts brains during wild live performances in his dubstep duo "Drew and JP" with drummer JP Bouvet. His arsenal of effects includes a Line 6 M13 and M9, modified DW5000 kick pedal killswitch, and the Electro-Harmonix Voice Box, as well as several personally designed and constructed instruments and pedals, making up the foundation of his sound. For anyone that knows Drew, they are sure to find the humor, spontaneity and vibrancy of his personality equally embodied in his bass performance and musicianship.

    Naughty Octopus. A Boston based psychaclectic future funk outfit dedicated to bringing you only the deepest, sexiest, most bombastic grooves.

    Haling from the rolling green hills of Berkshire County Massachusetts, The Interlopers formed at Monument Mountain Regional High School, comprised of long time friends Curtis Kelle, Nick Veinoglou, Ariel Shrum, Max Weiner and Dylan Renner. What began as just a couple friends playing community events, talent shows and parties slowly began to take a marvelous shape; the shape of a creative and expressive entity, a musical brotherhood worth sharing with the world.


    The Red Room at Cafe 939

    939 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02215

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    $5 General Admission



    Phone: 9494135847


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