Mister F wsg/ Dead_Language

9:00 pm

July 11, 2015

8:30pm doors/9pm show – $5 advance/$8 at door

Mister F stormed into The Livery last March and marked their 2nd Anniversary by playing 2 nights in row! The only band to hold such an honor at our cozy venue!

Well, they’re back!!!!!!!! (And they brought some friends to crank it up a notch: Dead Language!)

Formed in 2013 from members of Northeast regional acts Timbre Coup and Capital Zen, Mister F is an eclectic, high-energy 4-piece band that takes a no-holds-barred approach to blending genres while keeping your feet moving.  Having performed with their previous bands at festivals such as Mountain Jam, moe.down, Summer Camp, Camp Bisco, and snoe.down, the members of Mister F are no strangers to the music community.  Their first show, March 1st 2013, was very well-received, and they are already taking their show on the road to cities as far as Lawrence, KS and Augusta, GA.

“Mister F…a dynamic quartet that broaches all aspects of organized music. Rooted in funk traditions, Mister F’s members are no strangers to unique compositions and sonic explorations, though it’s done with a tightness that keeps listeners dancing throughout their performances.”
-Live For Live Music

With backgrounds in improv, prog-rock, pop, edm/dubstep, jazz, classical, funk, and emo, Dead_Language have had a difficult time finding a suitable description for their music.  Soaring vocals, a rock-solid rhythm section, beautifully interwoven synth/guitar parts, and live improv accompanied by crazy light shows have helped give this band a name.  They are very progressive as a rock band and heavily influenced by the onslaught of electronic music these days, but haven’t lost touch with the undeniable craving for pop structures and hooks.  Dead_Language have more-or-less coined the genre, “Progtronic,” and will continue to impress and recruit fans through their intense live performances.

Dead_Language have been fortunate enough to kick 2015 off by sharing the stage with other national touring acts including Bad Suns from Los Angeles, Digital Tape Machine, and the Joe Marcinek Band featuring Jen Hartswick of the Trey Anastasio Band and Steve Molitz of Particle