9ELECTRIC

Psyko Steve Presents

9ELECTRIC

QUOR, DEATH VALLEY HIGH, CO-OP

Fri, September 15, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

QUOR
The three piece wonder of Quor is like sighting a pterodactyl. You are scared and yet drawn to its unusual beauty and the danger of its existence. It breaks rules of physics like a Unicorn. The singers last name is actually Corn. But seriously every new band is the shit according to their bio. Your judgment is all that you will need whether attending a performance or spinning the music on your own sweet time. The dynamics of rock vs. metal, indie vs. punk will intrigue you. An active culture. A three headed dragon of thrash, groove, and soul. Simply, un-simple. Quor culture will force you to question what you believe about rock. Period.
DEATH VALLEY HIGH
DEATH VALLEY HIGH
Fuse distorted guitar riffs over dance-punk beats and you'll have Death Valley High - the mixtape to a doomsday dance party. The band have spent the last 2 years touring in the US and Europe. 2016 will find them touring the US again with Orgy, then hitting the studio to record their fourth full length album. PØSITIVE EUTH out now! Available on CD, MP3, & Limited Edition 12"LP.
"Tapped into a raw energy and honed it into a sweetly sinister sound."
CO-OP
Dash Cooper, and Mark Savale, met early in their childhood and soon became close friends. As they grew up, they each began developing their own individual passion for music. Lead singer Dash Cooper (son of Rock legend Alice Cooper) certainly inherited his father's talent for Rock vocals and songwriting, and while he was finding his own voice, Mark pursued his passions for drums.
They played locally around Phoenix, but it wasn’t until they added lead guitarist Court Stumpf in 2012 that the band started building what would eventually become CO-OP. A graduate of Musicians Institute in Hollywood, Stumpf pioneered CO-OP's new direction and sound. The band most recently added Justin Swartzentruber on bass, and the young Kolby Peoples on rhythm guitar to finalize the quintet, culminating their "desert hard rock" vibe.

Taking influence from a wide spectrum of bands and musicians--from AC/DC and Led Zeppelin to Alice in Chains, Queens of the Stone Age, and Corrosion of Conformity--CO-OP started brewing their own individual brand of rock. They record at Full Well Studios with the help of producer Mike Bolenbach at the helm of the console.

Jeremy Baca, and Trade Sound Productions maintain management for the band. In 2016 the band signed with EMP Label group.www.emplabelgroup.com

EP mastered by audio titan Emily Lazar (Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Paul McCartney) and recorded by Mike Bolenbach at Full Well Studios was released in December of 2016. The full length is due out summer 2017, with a tour to follow.
Venue Information:
The Rebel Lounge
2303 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85016
http://www.therebellounge.com/