FMH & Manifest Entertainment Present
with North East Traffic, Cactus Attack, Nate Cozzolino & The Lost Arts
Saturday, March 30th
Doors: 9:00 PM
Tickets: $12 at the door
** All Ticket Sales Are Final **
The Cosmic Factory
The Cosmic Factory is a power trio based out of Providence, Rhode Island. It’s an experiment between three singer songwriter friends of different artistic backgrounds, who all find common ground in the “anything goes” factor. The band is constantly finding fresh inspiration in music from the early 1900s up to today, and the diversity in influences shines through in the music. With hundreds of live shows, a full album (“Welcome to…” 2013), an EP (“Ultrasound” 2017) and a new album set to be released in Spring 2019, the band has made a lot of progression over the years and continues to look eagerly to the future.
From the depths of the mystic abyss that is Joe Krapf and Burke White's rhythmic pocket arises a combination of funk flavor and raucous hard rock riffs. Northeast Traffic prides itself on making every NET experience unique through improvisational jams, while maintaining a tight and progressive sound.
Cactus Attack is a group comprise of old friends that grew up together in the same dead mill town. With nothing to do but raise hell and play music these boys have spent the last ten years honing in there craft to a razor sharp edge. Over time the members have come and gone but through all these years those close friends have stuck by each other. The sound continues to evolve but the feeling remains the same, with roots ever present in each new album. Check out the next show and come cut loose. I promise you won't regret it. Unless of course you somehow do…. Then fuck me and my blanket statements.
Genre: Rock and roll/ swamp yankee blues
Nate Cozzolino & The Lost Arts
"Nate's music at times recalls early Van Morrison, with its impressionistic fluency, cresting into heartfelt choruses, and piercing solos by his telepathic band. One of the most promising artists working today.”
-Vic Garbarini (former Editor of: Musician Magazine, Guitar, Guitar World. Playboy Music
Columnist. Grammy nominee)