with The Edd & Casio Bastard
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
9:00pm to 2:00am
18+ $5 // 21+ FREE
Hailing from Burlington, Vermont, Serotheft is a quartet bringing unique live-tronica and dance based jam music to the area. Serotheft has quickly made a name for themselves in the local music scene, steadily gathering fans at every show. These four musicians are able to seamlessly blend genres, styles and samples to create a set of music comprable to that of a DJ. Serotheft maintains musical integrity by giving each song a heavy dose of their danceable drum driven beats. Easily blending into the livetronica, jam and funk genres, Serotheft sets themselves apart by keeping the masses dancing. Rage music.
The Edd is a group of four musicians based out of Burlington, VT. Over the past four years
they been bringing some of the most unique “electronic space rock” to the Northeast, sharing
the stage with acts such as Papadosio, Dopapod, and Consider the Source. Their music is a
combination of highly improvised sections, exploration of sound and extremely tight, often
complexly structured, original songs.
In crafting their music, they demonstrate mastery of unusual sounds, scales and time
signatures giving them a distinct sound in the “jamband” scene. The result is nothing short of
spectacular weird music that captures and moves audiences of all preferences. Live Shows are
always high energy, a guaranteed good time and the best way to truly experience The Edd!
Greg Domina – Bass Guitar, Vocals Dominic Metcalfe – Drums John Nummy – Keyboards,
Synthesizers, and Samples Win Haas – Guitar, Keys, Vocals
Casio Bastard is a Funk | Fusion | Space group that has been performing throughout Vermont including multiple appearences at Rhinofest, & Festivus, and performances with The Breakfast, KungFu, Rustic Overtones, Heloise and the Savior Faire, Japhy Ryder, Events Are Objects, Rough Francis, and more. The band continues to morph between Rock, Fusion, Funk, and space and is continiously changing.