A VT Triple Bill ft. N.Y.T (kNow Your Truth)
w/ Guthrie Gallileo + The Blind Continuum
N.Y.T. at 12am • Guthrie Galileo at 10:45pm • The Blind Continuum at 9:30pm
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
18+ $5 // 21+ FREE
N.Y.T. (kNow Your Truth)
Know Your Truth began in Burlington, Vermont with Jamell “Nyt” Rogers, a talented pop and Rnb singer/guitarist/producer, with ambition for a band. After adding drummer/percussionist/vocalist Daniel Fresco, the duo played music on Church St. gaining a lot of support from the community. With the acquisition of bassist/vocalist Jonathan Nelson, the group now uses three part harmonies to cover many pop/Rnb/rock tunes, while bringing new flare with their original songs. With the vision of bringing joy to all of their audiences, they display energy that is sure to electrify all who see them.
Guthrie Galileo is a northern California-based composer of a unique brand of alternative R&B music that is derived from an eclectic blend of influences and a desire to express the realities of human experience—the good, the bad, and always, the most sincere. He has performed in various sections of the West and East coast of the United States, and has traveled independently well beyond national borders, always listening and learning from the cross-cultural relationships built with people and places, along the way, and manifesting them within his art. His second full-length LP, The Ifandbut, available on Bandcamp, was appropriately called “an ideal soundtrack for late-night dreaming and melancholic brooding” (Liz Cantrell, SevendaysVT).
The Blind Continuum
The Blind Continuum is a musical duo based out of western Vermont and consisting of Aidan Powell on guitar and John Tatlock on vocals. The best genre that The Blind Continuum could be classified under is rap, but that does not really provide the whole story. Dan Bolles from Seven Days describes it as “Slam poetry with a more consistent rhythmic cadence.” The words address a vast expanse of topics such as philosophy, politics and social issues. All of which is backed simply by a singular guitar.