Unifier, Jessica Long & The New Kind, SoMoS, Youma – Tickets – Deep South The Bar – Raleigh, NC – March 27th, 2014

Unifier, Jessica Long & The New Kind, SoMoS, Youma

Unifier

Jessica Long & The New Kind

SoMoS

Youma

Thu, March 27, 2014

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

Deep South The Bar

Raleigh, NC

$6.00 - $8.00

This event is 18 and over

Unifier
Unifier
We used to be Future Ghosts.

There have always been two sides of music that argue back and forth – those who make pop music with the sole goal of writing a song that feels good and captivates the mind, and those who make music that is progressive and pushes the boundaries of what is possible in a genre. That being said, the biggest challenge in music is to make both sides happy and make a poppy song that pushes boundaries and
progresses a genre forward. With Unifier's debut album Colorado, (produced by Jesse Cannon who has worked with The Cure, Saves The Day, Basement and Transit, to name a few) the Greensboro, North Carolina based group has done just that, creating a record that fuses the pop-rock sounds of Switchfoot, Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat World with the progressive genre-pushing of groups like Brand New, The Dear Hunter and Manchester Orchestra.
Jessica Long & The New Kind
Jessica Long & The New Kind
Jessica Long's entrancing voice and unique style create a refreshing new alternative sound that finds its roots in vintage rock and acoustic folk music. She recently finished recording her debut album in Nashville with Grammy-nominated producer Billy Smiley. The CD features a pallet of Jessica's original compositions that showcase her exceptional song-crafting skills. The album selections include sounds that range from folk rock to acoustic ballads. The album is now available on itunes as well as in physical form on the website.
Coming from a family of music lovers, Jessica remembers listening to her parent's albums and studying the charismatic features of each artist. Even as a young girl, the song-writing of Lennon and McCartney, the poetic balladry of Simon & Garfunkel and the vocal harmonies of the Beach Boys were some of the wonders that left a lasting impression on her. Jessica began composing her own songs at the age of 10, and her enthusiasm for the performing arts also led her to participation in the theatre. While studying music, theatre and film in college, Jessica's passion for song-writing was rekindled. After theatre rehearsals, she would often lock herself in one of the music rooms with guitar and piano while she worked for many hours to create her own music.
Drawing on her own experiences as well as her keen observation of others, Jessica's lyrical style opens a poetic window on the realities of human nature that will resonate with those who experience her music. Jessica's distinctive sound mingled with the foundational influences of her formative years has enabled her to produce music that will inspire all listeners.
SoMoS
SoMoS
Debut full length due out on Tiny Engines in early 2014.
Youma
Youma
Youma is a young band native to Raleigh, North Carolina with heavily orchestrated synths, strong percussion, airy guitars and soaring vocals that will reel you in and wanting more. This group displays strong continuity, and surprisingly the members are barely out of their teen years. Their emotive lyrics with spiritual undertones will make you want to listen closely.

www.youmaband.com
facebook.com/youmamusic
soundcloud.com/youma
Venue Information:
Deep South The Bar
430 S. Dawson St.
Raleigh, NC, 27601
http://deepsouththebar.com/