Wed, July 5th

KITARI’s video premiere 'Feast of Fiends'


Doors 7:00 PM
Show 8:00 PM
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


Psychedelic indie-rock band KITARI is currently putting the finishing touches on their latest album recorded earlier this year, and their latest music video for their song "Feast of Fiends” will premiere at Drom in NYC’s East Village on Wednesday, July 5th. Equally inspired by the Doors, Incubus and the Chili Peppers, NYC-based indie rockers KITARI are a high-energy group combining infectious melodies with epic, driving, spaced-out rock.

KITARI can trace its origins back to December 2015, when Jared Rinaldi (vocals, bass, keys) happened to stumble into indie-music mecca Arlene's Grocery on his birthday and saw Jim Saint-Amour drumming in a live drum n' bass band. Impressed by Jim's insane speed and polyrhythmic flourishes, Jared sent Jim some rough demos and asked the drummer if he wanted to contribute his skills to a 3 song demo album to be recorded at Applehead Studios in Woodstock, NY, with Chris Bittner (Coheed and Cambria, Team Sleep) as producer. Jim liked what he heard, and jumped on board. 

Flash forward to Spring 2017, and KITARI has quite the track record for just being together a year and some change. The band is rounded out by Christoph Siegrist, key-tickler extraordinaire, and guitar virtuoso Shane Harrington, whose mastery of soundscapes and awesome stage presence is the icing on the Kitari cake.

The band has both an EP and unreleased ten track album under their belt, has packed houses at such renowned NYC venues as Arlene's Grocery, Bowery Electric, the Shrine and Alphabet Lounge, has released a music video for their blisteringly hot single "Ghost City Shores" and has had their song "The Scarecrow & the Manor" played on "The Locally Grown w/ MK" show on Radio Woodstock, 100.1 FM.

You won’t want to miss Kitari’s performance on July 5th, and the premiere of the new music video for "Feast of Fiends."









Glitch Cake


Glitch Cake is a dark disco electro-pop duo based in Brooklyn, NY.  Kat Tingum and Poyraz Aldemir met in an NYC based experimental performance art collective in 2012.  From there, they spawned their own project, which draws on dance beats, disco pop vocals and glitch art.  The band works with visual artist Claire Kwong to create interactive mind bending projection art during live shows.

Glitch Cake has performed at Nublu NY, the Bowery Electric, The Delancey, and Glitch Music Hackathon at Spotify, as well as countless venues around Brooklyn.  This July 5th they will play songs from their new EP, which is out this month.


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