Unstoppable beats from Seattle indie-electronic group
Brothers From Another, Phone Call
November, 5th, 2016
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmDoug Fir Lounge
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.dougfirlounge.com/event/1293843/
Beat Connection is Reed Juenger, Tom Eddy, Jarred Katz and Mark Hunter. Formed in 2010, Beat Connection has undergone numerous changes, finally stabilizing in its current form. The band has already shared the stage with Jungle, Toro y Moi, STRFKR, Washed Out, Holy Ghost! & ODESZA; and has garnered positive looks from Pitchfork, The Fader and The Guardian. With performances scheduled this year at ACL & CHBP, Beat Connection now looks to the future to focus on constantly bringing something new to their audience by bridging the gap between the mundane and the transcendent, the pop and the avant-garde. Expect something new at every turn.
Brothers From Another
Brothers from Another are the face of the next generation of Seattle Hip-Hop. Comprised of lyricist Tiglo and Cole, they have made their way through Seattle the rap scene since beginning in the basement studio of their high school. Since then, they have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in hip-hop including Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, and Wale. While both attending four year University’s with majors in Business Administration, they have found time to release 6 EP’s and perform in some of the nation’s most notable venues including the Bowery Ballroom in NY, the Troubadour in LA and the Fillmore in SF. Collaborating with some of the heavy weights of Seattle Hip-hop, including the Blue Scholars, Sol, Vitamin D, J Pinder and Sam Lachow, they have always held their own with a cool Sunday afternoon demeanor. They exude the easy going flavor of the mid 90’s while maintaining a new school attitude in their lyrics. The future is bright for the young duo that seems to possess knowledge and experience beyond their years. One listen to any of their songs and its clear they stay true to their fundamental beliefs that life should be lived to the fullest extent, and their purpose is nothing more than to contribute to good living.