Thu, March 8, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Foresteater is a music project and band of Singer-Songwriter Mikey Pro from Phoenix AZ.

Live Band:
Mikey Pro - Vocals/Electric Guitar
Taylor Ouellette - Acoustic Guitar
Zak Bracy - Bass
Grey Smith - Drums
If upheaval and uncertainty are the undercurrents of our times, few musicians sound more like the rumblings of our discontent than L.A.’s Tennis System.
The band that shined so brightly on the city’s scene that it prompted LA Weekly to dub Tennis System “one of the city's best live acts” has returned with “Lackluster,” a track that burns with buoyant energy. Debuted on “Last Call With Carson Daly,” “Lackluster” signals a turning point for the band -- an end to dreamy disaffectedness in favor of a raucous reckoning with the demons of plasticine L.A.

Behind Tennis System’s sweat-drenched performances, the Orange amps, and squalling anthems, is the trio of guitarist and singer Matty Taylor, bassist Sam Glassberg and drummer Garren Orr.
It was in gritty Washington, DC, that a young Taylor, the band’s founder, steeped in the music of Fugazi, Bad Brains, and Nation of Ulysses -- the sounds of discord and dissent that now underpin Tennis System’s sound. And yet, it was Los Angeles that inspired the band’s most recent album, Technicolour Blind. A heady fever-dream of a record, it mined the city’s thrilling beauty and starkly menacing underbelly in songs such “Such a Drag.” Consequence of Sound called Technicolour Blind “a beautiful ode to feeling really shitty.”
Tennis System’s slash-and-burn live shows, however, are proof this is a band best experienced in real time. Their reputation has led to shows with the likes of The Flaming Lips, Ride, Dinosaur Jr, Japandroids, Kendrick Lamar and Diiv at Austin Psych Fest, SXSW, Noise Pop Fest in San Francisco, Echo Park Rising and the Air + Style festivals, and the Ace Hotel Palm Springs. Tennis System has also performed at L.A.’s legendary Amoeba Records, held court during a residency at the Echo and performs regularly at the city’s iconic Part-Time Punks showcase.
Rose Colored Eyes was sent straight from the Gods and are a deep breath of fresh air for any Rock fan. Hailing from Phoenix, AZ, Rose Colored Eyes are a Raw and stripped down power trio with dirty guitar riffs, deep bass lines, and thunderous drumming.

Timeless songwriting and honest passionate players are the meat and potatoes of this band. Rose Colored Eyes hearkens back to a familiar place and a perfect memory when rock and roll was real and true. They an enthralling band to watch and a great rock and roll experience for any listener.
Venue Information:
The Rebel Lounge
2303 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85016