Fri, January 27th

CEG Presents Strange Machines with Escaper


Doors 11PM
Show 11:30PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $10

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

CEG Presents
Strange Machines with Escaper

Fusing genres such as rock, funk, livetronica, reggae, metal, and jazz, Strange Machines have set high standards for their musical aspirations. Combining soulful melodies and harmonies with intricate instrumentation and upbeat improvisation, they have created a unique and progressive sound that radiates with listeners and keeps audiences captivated from beginning to end.

Strange Machines have an impressive resume for such a new band. They have played numerous sold out shows and festivals in their first couple years and have opened for national-touring acts such as Dopapod, Deep Banana Blackout, Turkuaz, John Brown’s Body, Lotus, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Lettuce, Consider The Source, Spiritual Rez, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Aqueous and more. The band has just released their sophomore studio EP entitled “Turn the Tide” which is now available online and at shows.

Strange Machines has carved out their own niche in the northeast music scene and show no signs of slowing down, ever pushing the sonic envelope. 




The literal definition of Escaper is "one who escapes confinement". Founded in 2016, the Brooklyn based Post-Rock/Space-Funk Fusion quintet strive for a sound without limits.

Their first single, "Castles" was released with Ropeadope Records in December of 2016. A full album is set for a release on March 10, 2017. Their label has this to say: "Ropeadope alums Will Hanza, Jay Giacomazzo, and Adam Ahuja are joined by intense drummer Andrew Nesbitt and Sax man Johnny Butler for a purposeful blend of Rock, Jam, and Jazz that sounds like a set of intergalactic travelers surveying their lands with authority. The band name is deliberate - this music is designed to take you away from reality into the realm of possibility