Heaters

Holy Carp / Production Simple Presents

Heaters

Moonwalks, TED TYRO

Sun, July 5, 2015

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Zanzabar

Louisville, KY

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

Heaters
Heaters
HEATERS is Andrew Tamlyn, Nolan Krebs and Joshua Korf.

Old high school chums, Tamlyn and Krebs moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the summer of 2013 to start working on a project together. The two met Korf, their next door neighbor, soon after and quickly started writing and recording tunes in their home studio.

This past year saw the trio make some tremendous leaps, spewing out a handful of homespun EPs, split records, an appearance on Stolen Body's Vegetarian Meat psych compilation, a soon to be released 10" on Dizzybird Records, and sharing bills with artists such as Jacco Gardner, Holy Wave, Gringo Starr, and more.

The group has drawn acclaim across the webosphere for their spacey, driving take on West Coast psych rock. Tapping into both the twang of their '60s garage compatriots and building their own brand of expansive, cosmic swells, Pitchfork calls the band "catchy and kinetic," noting their "energy and hook writing are clearly on point."

Combining a seemingly constant output of "reverb coated, fuzz studded, hard driven garage psych" with a kaleidoscopic, hip-shaking live set, HEATERS are quickly forging something new and exciting.
Moonwalks
Moonwalks dwell deep within the Detroit underground and DIY scene playing everywhere from smoky dive bars to wild house parties in dilapatated and decaying old mansions. Their debut EP was released November 18 on L.O.O.S.E. music, a subsidiary of Manimal Vinyl( War paint, Bat for Lashes), produced by Jim Diamond (White Stripes, The Dirtbombs). The first single, Sheik, is out now and just debuted on CREEM magazine. Moonwalks' indie siberiean psychedlic space rock will leave you seeing stars.
TED TYRO
TED TYRO is the nom de guerre of someone named Bart from Owensboro, Kentucky who just happens to make some great, strange, affecting music. According to the Never Nervous review of his release Three, TED TYRO exhibits "a grace and finesse that I rarely hear in most music, especially music that seems entirely like a passion project by the creator. There is no bombast or friction here, just a dedication to simplistic bass work that privileges tunefulness above all else. The lack of what would otherwise be more traditional instrumentation lends an air of oddity to songs that are more or less fairly straight forward when stripped down, which does a lot to elevate the material."
Venue Information:
Zanzabar
2100 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY, 40217
http://www.zanzabarlouisville.com/